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Honey Whiskey Trio with special guest Donna Lynn Caskey in concert
The Living Tradition Concert Series proudly presents Honey Whiskey Trio with special guest Donna Lynn Caskey in concert on Saturday, January 17, 2015 at 7:30 PM.
The Honey Whiskey Trio explores harmony in folk, bluegrass and any melody that catches the ear. Through their powerful, yet sweet harmonies, body percussion, haunting melodies and vitality on stage, they captivate and move their audiences. These storytellers in song found their roots in vocal jazz, all singing in Pacific Standard Time – CSU Long Beach’s award winning vocal jazz ensemble. In 2013 Honey Whiskey Trio won the 29th annual Harmony Sweepstakes National Competition, also winning Audience Favorite at both the Regional and National sweepstakes. (www.honeywhiskeytrio.com)
Self-described “Banjo Gal” Donna Lynn Caskey honors folk tradition while taking it to sometimes edgy new places performing mostly original songs featuring clawhammer banjo. Her heartfelt, engaging performances can inspire audiences to sing along, to weep at a soul-stirring ballad, and to laugh at playful one-liners amidst occasional bouts of tuning. (www.donnalynncaskey.com)EndFragment
Admission to this event is $16 cash or check only please (no credit cards), children under 18 FREE with paid adult. Showtime is 7:30 PM on Saturday, January 17, 2015 at the Anaheim Downtown Community Center, 250 E. Center Street, Anaheim, California, 92805. For reservations and information, call Gary at (714) 955-3807 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Living Tradition is a non-profit, all volunteer organization presenting folk music concerts on the 3rd Saturday and contra dancing on the 4th Saturday of every month except December since 1982. All concerts are held at the Anaheim Downtown Community Center, Anaheim, California.
For more information about The Living Tradition please see www.thelivingtradition.org
This concert is partially funded by a grant from the Anaheim Arts Council.