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Eli & Bill Perras will be taking their new CD to Jacksonville in this House Concert/CD Release event. Doors open at 2pm for pot-luck and socializing, followed by Eli & Bill sharing each of the songs on the CD, and a song-circle/jam following. $10 suggested donation per person, and only $5 for CD who meet donation request. BYOB! For more information email email@example.com, or call (904) 725-0382 for directions, reservations, and any other details. More about Eli & Bill at www.perrasmusic.com.Save
Eli & I love sharing our music at this local restaurant, and music venue, especially since it's right down the road from us. We'll have our new CD with us, "Two Voices, One Guitar", and will share all the new original sons we've written over the past couple of years, and I'm sure there will be a smattering of old acoustic blues mixed in to the evening. Show runs from 6 to 8pm. For more information, call (407) 323-6469 , or go to www.osteendiner.com.Save
Bill & Eli Perras will be presenting a one hour long, song and story program designed to educate the public of some Civil Rights initiatives as we celebrate Black History Month. This program presents some facts related to notable civil right icons, Dr. Carter G. Woodson, the Tuskegee Airmen, Harry T. Moore, Martin Luther King, Jr. Presentation runs from 4:00 to 5:00pm. More about Bill & Eli can be found at www.perrasmusic.comSave
Bill & Eli Perras will be presenting a one hour long, song and story program designed to educate the public of some Civil Rights initiatives as we celebrate Black History Month. This program presents some facts related to notable civil right icons, Dr. Carter G. Woodson, the Tuskegee Airmen, Harry T. Moore, Martin Luther King, Jr. Presentation runs from 2:00 to 3:00pm. More about Bill & Eli can be found at www.perrasmusic.comSave
Sounds Like: Marching Bands, Mama singing Lullabies, Vaudvillians, Lonesome Bluesmen, Folkies in the ongoing revolution
Manager: Bill Perras
Bio: The many inspired lyrics given to and interpreted by Eli, combined with Bill's bluesy finger-style guitar playing create a very uniquely modern take on true Americana music in its purest form. Receiving much recognition for their tightly woven musical creativity, they humbly remain true to their ...See Full Bio
Eli & Bill Perras has a show on 01/25/2015 at 02:00 PM @ House Concert ... in Jacksonville, FL http://www.reverbnation.com/q/5ir82q #concert
Ask Eli & Bill Perras anything...
Q: When did you 2 first start playing? This is not the kind of music I listen to, but your approach to this style is NICE! I really like These Florida Songs. Talking the lyrics is quite moving!
A: Thanks for your kind words, Keith! We first started playing folk festivals, and over venues all over Florida about 18 years ago, and continue on when we are able. I wrote "These Florida Songs" in early October. An avid songwriter, and close friend from Jacksonville, by the name of Ron Johnson, passed away in September, and many of his songs were about his love for this state. Although I had this song in my mind for quite a few years, and many other long time musical friends, that are now deceased, the finished song was revealed to me after Ron's passing. You can see our complete schedule here on Reverbnation, and I also enjoy the songs you have created. Good stuff!!!
Asked by Keith J. Peters. Answered on Sat Dec 13 2014All Questions