is the grass any bluer...

is the grass any bluer...
on the other side?

Tuesday, September 6, 2011

Grass roots music at its best: WoodSongs this Monday (call 252.8888 and reserve your seat!)


 WoodSongs tapes Monday's at 6:45 pm (EST) at the historic Kentucky Theatre,214 E Main, Lexington, KY.   WoodSongs Partners come to over 30 shows a year FREE plus get  discounts on all special events. Sign up with PAYPAL online:www.woodsongs.com

WoodSongs 24hr Reservation Hotline:
859-252-8888 
WoodSongs Special Event: Monday, Sept. 12th
General Public: $10       Student ID: $5       WoodSongs Partners: FREE
OllabelleOLLABELLE is a multi-talented, democratic collective whose participants share vocal and songwriting duties. This New York quintet draws from a deep well of gospel, blues, bluegrass, and country influences to create timelessly resonant music that honors the integrity of its sources while remaining effortlessly contemporary. Emmylou Harris said of the band, "Every time I hear something on the radio I truly love, it's Ollabelle." The band has emerged from a five year period of great artistic and personal change - including marriages, births, tours and other projects - to deliver their most assured, deeply felt album to date, "Neon Blue Bird." The CD was produced by Ollabelle and recorded in Athens, NY and at Levon Helm Studios in Woodstock. www.ollabelle.ne

GoitseGOITSE (pronounced gwi-cha) is a five member Irish Trad band which specializes in their unique rhythmic arrangements of well known tunes and own compositions. Goitse is a Donegal Irish word meaning 'come here'. The band, now in it's third year, are all students of Traditional Music and Dance at the University of Limerick and have captured several prominent awards including Colm Phelan becoming the first World Bodhrán Champion. This is the band's first tour in the states. www.goitse.ie 

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