Sounds Like: The Boswell Sisters, The Pied Pipers, The Manhattan Transfer
Bio: Like railroad tracks, two musical genres—swing and folk—have coursed in parallel lines through Sylvia Herold's career, even from an early age.
Herold grew up in West L.A. in a musical family. Her mother, Virginia, played piano and sang Gilbert and Sullivan. Her father, Henry, played guitar and ... See Full BioMore Info
The San Francisco Folk Music Club and the Camp New Harmony Committee presents: A Benefit concert for the Faith Petric Camp New Harmony Scholarship Fund. Times have been hard, and our accounts are sadly low. In order to help get more people, and some of our very favorites to camp this year, we're hosting a benefit concert to build them back up. The Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian Universalists have generously donated a portion of the rental fee to ensure our success. And you're in for a treat as some of the most wonderful performers, and most generous community members are giving their time to make this a fabulous show. Tony Marcus: http://www.tuxedorecords.com/TM/ Amelia Hogan http://www.ameliaisaverb.com/ Debby McClatchy http://www.debbymcclatchy.com/ Sylvia Herold http://www.sylviaherold.com/ Bob Reid http://bobreidmusic.com/ Ray Frank California Honeybells and it looks like it's going to be a full house. We'll have some lovely refreshments provided specially for us by a former professional chef. All proceeds for all things related to this benefit concert to be given directly to the Camp New Harmony Camp Scholarship Fund. Please RSVP as soon as possible to Ameliaisaverb@yahoo.com and if you have questions or would like to donate some time and or items for raffle, refreshments, getting the word out there, putting this on your mailing list etc, please don't hesitate to contact me, Amelia Hogan at email@example.com
Join us for an evening of songs from the Irish, English and Scottish traditions, to music hall and traditional Americana, and even some French Canadian mouth music!! Performing together as a trio for the first time, Michael Black, Sylvia Herold and Doug Olsen are all accomplished singers from the SF Bay area. These songs lend themselves to audience participation so a wonderful evening sharing these unusual arrangements is promised. Michael and Sylvia will also do some accompaniment on guitar, cittern and banjo. Michael Black is a member of Ireland’s foremost family of singers. His Grammy nominated solo album Michael Black has received wide acclaim in the Irish and traditional music circles. Sylvia Herold is a singer’s singer. At home in folk, swing, pop and Celtic genres, she has released 5 CDs, and played with Cats & Jammers, The Hot Club of San Francisco, Wake the Dead, and Euphonia. Doug Olsen helped found Oak Ash & Thorn (the East Bay á capella trio) and has often been the designated singer at dance camps on both coasts. Reservations required. Your entire contribution goes to the artist. Email info@AuburnHouseConcerts.org or call 530/885-4292 for reservations and directions. Doors open at 6:30pm, music starts at 7:00pm.
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