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Included in the lineup: Robert Morgan Fisher Susan Sheller Eric Schwartz Dylan Brody
Since 1944, The Heifer Project has been giving cows and other livestock to our poorest brothers and sisters, so that they may support themselves in a sustainable manner. These animals are more than a wonderful source of food. They are also an important part of a community, fostering cooperation and teaching children responsibility. So many great things spread outward from the gift that Heifer brings. We are proud to do our small part. Last year we - with your help - raised enough for three cows and two goat s. This year we hope to do even better. Saturday's concert is just the beginning of the drive that will go till New Year's Eve. Please come out and give what you can.
Nashville Songwriter's Association hosted by Gary Estes. Featuring Lisa O'Kane, Edward Tree, Hirth Martinez, Benn Carr, Byron Batson and Eddie Cunningham. Food and drinks available. Come out for a great night of music!
Sounds Like: Emmylou Harris, Kathy Chiavola Fan Page (Official), Vintage Linda Rondstadt
Label: Raisin' Kane Records
Manager: Lisa O'Kane
Bio: When Joni Mitchell sang, "I've looked at life from both sides now," she could have been singing about Lisa O'Kane. A mountain girl all grown up and thriving in the city, a dedicated single mom with an exploding international recording career, a world-class vocalist and a singer/songwriter of unco...See Full Bio
“If O'Kane wanted to she could go to Nashville and take a shot at the big time. The stunningly beautiful O'Kane would have no problem there. O'Kane is also, however,a committed artist who wants to do her music her way - a sort of neo-New Traditionalist, if not at the cost of relegating herself forever to the purgatory of cult, which is to say alt.country/Americana act. It Don't Hurt amounts to an impressive effort at balance, where intelligent country-pop is mixed with elements of slick rockabilly,as in the pulse-quickening opener,an O'Kane original, "Ain't Done Nothin', " pushed by Albert Lee's propulsive electric lead guitar) and modern folk (John Prine's "Speed of the Sound of Loneliness," an excellent choice in a movingly desolate treatment).Grounded yet marketable music is what this is and from the evidence of Hurt,O'Kane knows how to get it done ”