"Music My Mother Would Not Like"
Checks for donations should be made payable to:
Bruce Swan 1705 River Ridge Dr. Asheville, NC 28803
Registration for this months shows at bottom of this page.
The Series features 3 nationally & internationally touring seasoned artists each week; all with Zoom experience. Each artist will play for 25 minutes. The artists receive an even share of the donations. This is not an "in the round format". Registration is required for EACH concert. Wondering what's coming up or who else has played the series?
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Tuesday, August 9th, 8-10 PM ET. Doors at 7:30
Award-winning singer-songwriter and global citizen Eli Lev’s empathic writing and infectious folk-based sensibility has been his universal passport into our collective hearts.
His Four Directions series the series imaginatively and intrepidly connects spheres and generations within a body of work that is irresistibly uplifting, emotionally resonant, and down-to-earth authentic.
Helene Cronin is a Texas artist and songwriter. She describes herself as a "story-singer". Her 2019 album, OLD GHOSTS & LOST CAUSES, was produced by Matt King in Nashville and received unanimous critical praise. In 2018 she was named a New Folk Winner at the prestigious Kerrville Folk Festival. Helene's artistry draws comparisons to Lori McKenna, Mary Gauthier, and other songwriters who are known for strong lyrics, honest perspectives and unique voices. Audiences are drawn to her intimate, personal performances and call her raw and vulnerable, saying, "her songs make me think". Helene is currently at work on a full-length record, LANDMARKS, slated for release in 2023.
Award winning singer-songwriter Megan Bee writes with an unquenchable wanderlust and a deep love for the land. Her 2022 album "Cottonwood" has been called "as real as it gets – a raw and real telling of engaging, relatable stories." Based in Athens, Ohio, her music is influenced by the collision of Appalachian folk and modern songwriting.