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The opening concert for the Annual Vashon Concert in the Parks series. Bring and picnic and your dancing shoes. This is a family friendly event, no alcohol please.
HOLIDAY SHOW AT OPEN SPACE FOR ARTS & COMMUNITY Sunday, December 11 SPECIAL MUSICAL GUEST MANOOGHI HI Joining the Holy Roller Radio Players for the Holiday Show is Louis Mangione who has performed with Vashon Dance Academy and Drama Dock. Show Begins at 4PM - Doors Open at 3PM Admission - $10 Golden Circle reserved front table - $60 per table for 4 includes admission for 4 Golden Circle available only at Brown Paper Tickets Advance tickets are encouraged and please plan to arrive on time for best parking and seating.
The Seattle-based avant-music five-piece features vocals and guitars from (Seattle music scene career picador) Kimo Muraki (Surrealized, recently ex-Fences), who co-wrote the music with Evans; additional guitars from Ari Joshua Zucker of lauded band Big High who also co-wrote the music; additional vocals from Tyler Willman (of beloved Green Apple Quickstep); with the rhythm section of drummer Steven Barci (Davy Knowles and the Back Door Slam) and bassist Jeremy Lightfoot (Satchel)
Sounds Like: Led Zeppelin Official, Annie Lennox, Heart, Queen, Dave Matthews Band
Label: Mowlawner Records
Bio: Manooghi Hi exists as a collaboration between family, friends and international connectivity. From the day singer and Bombay-India native Mehnaz relocated to the US, she and her Seattle-based partners have been constructing a new breed of rock music, blending western rock-n-roll harmony and instr...See Full Bio
Manooghi Hi has a show on 06/23/2012 at 07:00 PM @ Ober Park in Vashon, WA http://www.reverbnation.com/c./poni/119660304 #concert
“SXSW notebook: A Seattle writer encounters Seattle bands ... in Austin ... it's like this: panoramic rock 'n' roll fronted by a petite, beautiful Indian woman...The cross-pollination is dizzying — East and West, ancient and modern, pop and classical, ecstatic spiritualism and headbanging rock. The potential for Rusted Root-style world groove dilettantism arises and is crushed by the frontwoman's chops. It's hard to argue her authenticity. Her name is Mehnaz, and it turns out the Mumbai native is a big deal in India, having recorded a national pop hit in 1996. Now she's working with a crew of veteran Seattle rockers in effort to do something truly unprecedented. It's an ambitious project and a stylistic departure for a town very much rooted in rock 'n' roll tradition.”