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An open air fine art, craft, & music festival in historic downtown New Harmony, IN. 40+ local and regional artists and music by local and nationally know musicians. Admission is free! Family friendly event! Opal Fly & the Elektric Feel Good Cirkus will highlight two days of live music offerings at the sixth annual Arts in Harmony arts and crafts fair scheduled for May 4-5 at Church Park in New Harmony. Opal Fly and partner FoxFire Magik perform an eclectic mix they have dubbed Gypsy Blue Jazz Grass– a spicy gumbo of New Orleans style jazz, gypsy jazz, rock, blues, dance music, and just about any other genre you can think of. The centerpieces of the ensemble are Opal’s wailing saxophones and the magical fire play of Fox, who promises to keep audiences spellbound with flaming batons and other Fire Magik. Their show is scheduled from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. on Saturday evening, May 4. Getting the party started at 11 a.m. Saturday morning will be New Harmony’s Harmony Road, (Randy Pease, Jan Morris, Liz Mumford) an acoustic trio which performs a mix of original songs along with pop, folk, jazz, country, and Americana standards – all in lush three-part harmony. At 1 p.m., Evansville favorites Andrea Wirth and Melanie Bosza will deliver a set of acoustic pop tunes, with a few of their own tunes sprinkled in for good measure. Posey County’s own Circle of Friends (Charlie Reynolds, Karen Andry, George Spradley et al.) will serve up a platter of country, swing, jazz, rockabilly, gospel, and pop standards beginning at 3 p.m. Tales & Scales, Evansville’s internationally recognized musical storytelling troupe, will entertain at 4:30 p.m. When the sun starts to set, Fox and Opal will begin their spectacular fire show. On Sunday, May 5, at noon, the Hilltop Project (Liz and Bish Mumford, family and friends) will open with a menu of Americana, Celtic, and acoustic blues. At 1:30 p.m. Warrick County songwriter Daniel Market will entertain with a set of original songs, some wildly funny, others that will jerk the heartstrings. Rounding out the playbill at 3 p.m. with a bluegrass and Americana set will be Lorna Franke and Backcut. All musical offerings are free, but donations will be collected to help pay for next year’s music.
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Tuesday Night Live w / Andrea Wirth @ 7:00 pm!
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Bio: Singer/Songwriter, Andrea Wirth, describes herself as a ‘Folk & Roller’, bringing life, laughter, & love alive on the stage with her rich voice. A cross range of vocal influences can be heard from her- including Janice Joplin, Stevie Nicks, Bonnie Raitt, Melissa Etheridge, Natalie Merchant, and...See Full Bio
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Q: Hi Andrea, What brand of acoustic guitar are you using? Don
A: I play a Larrivee … and I Love it <3
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