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Pint and Dale Come to Town

By Gary Trobridge, 2014-01-21

William Pint and Felicia Dale have boundless enthusiasm for creating music and sharing it with their audience. Their performances include traditional and contemporary songs, tunes gathered from their many travels and music from the rich heritage of the sea. With guitar, hurdy-gurdy, mandolin, violin, whistles, harmony, joy and pure energy Pint and Dale entertain and perhaps enlighten as well, giving listeners an insight into another age. There is humor and drama on a great scale. Audiences listen, laugh, shed a tear and sing along with them wherever they play. (www.pintndale.com)

Bill Dempsey began his career as a trombonist studying classical music and jazz but soon became interested in folk and traditional music. It became clear that singing and playing guitar was what he wanted to do. Over the years Bill has continued to learn new instruments and kinds of music while staying close to the folk and traditional music he loves.
You may also know Bill as the Shanty man on the brig Pilgrim in Dana Point, California where he also books the Tall Ships Festival at the Ocean Institute.  (www.billdempseymusic.com)

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, February 15, 2014 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 concerts@thelivingtradition.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.



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