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Sounds Like: Maddy Prior, Niamh Parsons, Joni Mitchell, Pauline Scanlon, Karan Casey
Manager: Ray Frank and Don Bear Wilkinson
Bio: My story really begins with my ancestors in Ireland, Scotland and Britain more than a hundred years ago. Their languages and cultures were threatened by hardship and politics. They left their homes out of desperation -- in search of a better future for themselves and their children. They left the... See Full BioMore Info
The San Francisco Folk Music Club and the Camp New Harmony Committee presents: A Benefit concert for the Faith Petric Camp New Harmony Scholarship Fund. Times have been hard, and our accounts are sadly low. In order to help get more people, and some of our very favorites to camp this year, we're hosting a benefit concert to build them back up. The Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian Universalists have generously donated a portion of the rental fee to ensure our success. And you're in for a treat as some of the most wonderful performers, and most generous community members are giving their time to make this a fabulous show. Tony Marcus: http://www.tuxedorecords.com/TM/ Amelia Hogan http://www.ameliaisaverb.com/ Debby McClatchy http://www.debbymcclatchy.com/ Sylvia Herold http://www.sylviaherold.com/ Bob Reid http://bobreidmusic.com/ Ray Frank California Honeybells and it looks like it's going to be a full house. We'll have some lovely refreshments provided specially for us by a former professional chef. All proceeds for all things related to this benefit concert to be given directly to the Camp New Harmony Camp Scholarship Fund. Please RSVP as soon as possible to Ameliaisaverb@yahoo.com and if you have questions or would like to donate some time and or items for raffle, refreshments, getting the word out there, putting this on your mailing list etc, please don't hesitate to contact me, Amelia Hogan at firstname.lastname@example.org
Transplants CD/ DVD release and unveiling show Sunday March 10th, 4:00 PM until 7:00PM STARRY PLOUGH pub, Berkeley. Amelia Hogan and others will perform selected songs from the anticipated Irish/ American album Transplants; From the Old World to the New - One week before St. Patrick's day come join us for this ONE-TIME event, as Amelia officially kicks off her music career with community! Friends, this will never happen again, so we'd love to see you! Join Micha Dunston and Triple Spiral Productions along with Ray Frank, and Amelia Hogan, surprise guests will grace us all for the long awaited viewing of the Music DVD of Paddy's Green Shamrock Shore as we tell the tale of our Celtic Ancestors journey from Old World Ireland. PERFORMANCE: By Amelia and friends! Amelia will sing samples LIVE from the CD. MUSIC VIDEO: !! SHOT ABOARD 3 TALL SHIPS, 9 locations, 21 costumed actors, and almost 2 YEARS in the making !! This video was created and portrayed by Irish decedents to remember the heritage and struggle of immigrants everywhere. This labor of love portrays the trials and tribulations of our ancestors in where they come from, what and why they left all they knew, the hard sea voyages, and difficult welcome the received upon landing. Their struggle is all of ours... because this legacy is given us by all our immigrant families. ******************************************************* IMPORTANT NOTE: This video WILL NOT be available online for viewing, so this may be your only chance to view it for the foreseeable future. ******************************************************* THE CD RELEASE: Amelia and her music are here to help us all remember what a powerful gift they left in their heritage. From the Emerald Isle to the bustling cityscapes... She will bring this circle of history round to embrace us all. AFTER PARTY! Stay on at the Plough and enjoy a packed house with SHAY BLACK and some of the Bay Areas FINEST session musicians as they bring in a week of IRISHNESS until late! We hope to see you there. COVER: No cover charge, but we will 'pass the hat' to help Amelia recoup what was lost in a burglary. PLEASE patronize our lovely hosts at the Starry Plough Pub with something from behind the bar, and perhaps pick up this new audio CD. Come and bring friends to share in this event!
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The DulciMates (Deborah Hamouris & Buffalo) with special guest Amelia Hogan ~ Traditional folk & holiday tunes @the Silk Road Stage, 12:30 1:30 & 3pm (half-hour sets)
Amelia Hogan and Deborah Hamouris ~ Wood, String and womens’ voices ~ A magical interweaving of old and new-world music ~ Vocal harmonies, harp and dulcimer ~ Two crafters-of-song blend voices & instruments for an afternoon of traditional and contemporary folk music with a smattering of originals. Tales from Ireland to Appalachia, London to Berkeley, Old New York to New Orleans, plus a few dance tunes to send us on our merry way down the road. ~ Brown Paper Tickets link for advanced sales will be available soon ~ RSVP email@example.com ~ 510/910-2574 ~ www.djhamouris.com ~ www.ameliaisaverb.com ~ http://on.fb.me/ameliaisaverb ~ www.facebook.com/DeborahDJHamouris ~
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