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Bio: What do you get when you add a guitar, a mandolin, a banjo, an autoharp, a mountain dulcimer and a musical saw to a sturdy pair of clogging shoes and two singing sisters? The Barnard Sisters!
Multi-instrumentalists Kara Barnard and Pam Barnard Hays began their sister duo back in 1989 performing ... See Full BioMore Info
HOPE FOR AGOLDENSUMMER // (Athens, GA) http://www.hopeforagoldensummer.com/ Hope For Agoldensummer is a family band, living and working in the fine town of Athens, GA. A junkyard-orchestra. An anarchist-soul-choir. For nearly 9 years, this band has traveled the USA creating rusty, gutter angel melodies with a slide guitar, banjo, jangly percussion, glockenspiel, singing saw, piano and a few old coke bottles. The defining sound of the band lies in the frighteningly beautiful sibling harmonies of sisters, Claire and Page Campbell. A FRAGILE TOMORROW // (Charleston, SC) http://afragiletomorrow.com/fr_intro.cfm With an incredible stage show, catchy songs, and perfect harmonies, A Fragile Tomorrow has made themselves known throughout the east Coast as one of the best up and coming bands out there today. The group began as a three piece in the fall of 2003, comprised of brothers Sean (vocals, guitar, mandolin), Dominic (drums, vocals), and Brendan Kelly (lead guitar, mandolin). They shared a love for music and a desire to make it, and what resulted in 2006 was the band’s debut album Wishful Thinking. That same year, a newspaper ad led Shaun Rhoades (bass, vocals) to the band, and they have remained a four piece ever since. 2008 brought the world "Beautiful Noise," the band's second record, which was produced by Grammy-winner Malcolm Burn. THE BARNARD SISTERS // (Charleston, SC) http://www.myspace.com/barnardsisters What do you get when you add a guitar, a mandolin, a banjo, an autoharp, a mountain dulcimer and a musical saw to a sturdy pair of clogging shoes and two singing sisters? The Barnard Sisters! Kara & Pam Barnard were regularly tossed on stage by their Mother's singing group and made several television appearances with them as self proclaimed stage props. Their Mother, Kay Allen is still a performing singer and their late Father, Ralph “Banjo Man” Barnard never passed up the opportunity to be heard by the masses! They proudly lay claim to being descended from a host of bizarre vaudevillian relatives.
This is a benefit to provide funds for Gaden KhachoeShing new monastery project, a Buddhist monastery dedicated to preserving the Buddha's teachings as transmitted through the Gaden lineage of Tibet, for the benefit of all beings. Please bring a lawn chair, if you have one. Otherwise no worries, we will have some of chair and blankets. You'll be in the shade on the beautiful lawn at DGTL. Admission: $10 or more if you can, less if you can't. For more information about the Barnard Sister please visit: www.karabarnard.com For other information please call (812) 339-0857. or RSVP Website: http://ganden.org/index.php/programs/event/39 Barnard Sisters Bio / Long version What do you get when you add a guitar, a mandolin, a banjo, an autoharp, a mountain dulcimer and a musical saw to a sturdy pair of clogging shoes and two singing sisters? The Barnard Sisters! Multi-instrumentalists Kara Barnard and Pam Barnard Hays began their sister duo back in 1989 performing regularly at various coffee houses and festivals in the midwest. The two went on to record many CDs together, appear in five episodes of the PBS series Btown Sounds and open for many national acts including James Taylor, Wynonna, Dave Matthews, REO Speedwagon and Fleetwood Mac on the famed Deer Creek Plaza Stage. Pam Barnard Hays spent several summers performing in various Indiana theaters, before moving to Washington D.C. where she was soon working with a comedy improvisation group. Having since moved to Charleston, South Carolina, Pam now works as an actor and voiceover artist when she's not performing with the barnard sisters. Charleston residents know her for her work singing the Star Spangled Banner for the Charleston Riverdogs, Piggly Wiggly television commercials and various stage rolls. Her favorite role? Portraying Patsy Cline in the musical "Always... Patsy Cline." on Most Thursdays Pam can be found picking with the Folly Beach Bluegrass Society and belting out a few Patsy tunes Kara has toured and recorded with some of the top independent musicians in the country. She's been written about in many magazines including Acoustic Guitar and SingOut! and is currently heard on radio stations from Hawaii to New York. In 2009 Kara placed in the top five at the National Mountain Dulcimer competition in Winfield Kansas. Kara's real passion is teaching. She currently mentors 48 guitar, banjo, mandolin and dulcimer students weekly at her Brown County Cabin. She also co-owns the Weed Patch Music Company in Nashville Indiana.
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