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MARY SPRINGFELS & JAMES A. BROWN, violas da gamba, with DAVID WALKER, theorbo, perform Music for Two Viols Within the repertoire for the viola da gamba lies a wealth of noteworthy works at once beautiful, sonorous, and brimming with virtuosity. Hear a sampling of pieces for two bass viols from England, France, and Germany with special guest virtuoso Mary Springfels and our own James A. Brown.
Sugar Pleasures Presents- A Night Of Pleasure With David Walker Sugar Pleasures Presents A Night of Pleasure with David Walker Performing His Smash Hit "The More I Get The More I Want " of Opsina Digital Records
Jerry Peterson, Luisa Buehler, David Walker WordsMystery authors discuss characters, inspiration & writing process, noon, 9/17, Eager Free Library, Evansville, plus grill out. 882-2260When: 09/17/11Call: 882-2260Web: www.davidjwalker.comMore Information: Mystery Panel and Tailgating Party at Eager Free Public Library On Saturday, September 17 at 12 noon, Eager Free Public Library is hosting a Mystery Writers and Tailgate Party on the library lawn. Join the library for a delightful event and hear writers Jerry Peterson, Luisa Buehler, and David Walker talk about their characters, their inspiration, and the writing process. The library will be grilling brats & serving ice cold root beer! In case of inclement weather, the event will be held in the library meeting room. The event is free and open to the public. The mystery writers are all regional writers. Jerry Peterson, from Janesville, writes the James Early mysteries set in Kansas in the later 1940s, early 1950s. The second book in series, "Early's Winter", will be published shortly. Keep tabs on his writing at www.jerrypetersonbooks.com. Luisa Buehler, from Chicago, writes the Grace Marsden series of cozy mysteries. "The Reenactor: A Staged Death" is the seventh and most recent book. You can find out more about her at www.luisabuehler.com. David Walker, also from Chicago, writes the Wild Onion Ltd. private eye series. There are six books in the series to date with "The Towman's Daughters" being the latest. Walker's website is: www.davidjwalker.com. The authors will be signing copies of their books at various times during the event. Eager Free Public Library is located at 39 W. Main St., Evansville. The phone is 882-2260. The website address is: http://als.lib.wi.us/EFPL. The library hours are: Monday through Thursday, 9:30 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Friday, 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Saturday, 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
"Beautiful. Arresting. Honest. Hopeful. In a season when it seems
artists either say what has been echoed a thousand times before, or
highlight pain without restoration David Walker does both...well. He
wrestles and worships, and the combination is inspiring. I love
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“There are many CD's in this industry singing and saying the same things. Every once in a while a piece comes along that gets your attention. Closer than Angels is not full of lyrics for you to simply listen too. This is a message straight from the Fathers heart. Don't just listen to it, taste it.”