Mariam Massaro appears live at the first annual Connecticut VegFest with the Gaea Star Goddesses and the Gaea Star Band.
Mariam Massaro appears with the Gaea Star Goddesses and the Gaea Star Band live at Luthier's Co-op.
The Gaea Star Goddess Show honors the Great Mother Goddess and the Divine Feminine. the songs revere Gaea (the Celtic name for Mother Earth), her natural elements, the beauty inherent in life while expressing creativity, healing, global peace and gratitude. Featured are: Isis, Pele, Innana, Diana, White Buffalo Calf Woman, Yemanja, Oshuna, Oya, Lakshmi, Saraswati, Pacha Mama and more! ... Dress as your favorite Goddess or God if you like! Veterans and people over 65 get in free, just bring your ID! Women's shelters will be given special priority and can contact Ana Wolf for tickets. Tickets are $9 in advance or $10 at the door and are available at Happy Valley in Northampton, the Academy of Music Box Office, and with Mariam Massaro.
Sounds Like: Gillian Welch, Snatam Kaur, Linda Ronstadt, Kate Bush, The Beatles
Label: Spirits Of The Sun Music
Bio: Mariam Massaro is a dynamic visionary singer/songwriter from rural Western MA. Her second CD, Gaea Star Goddesses, released on 11/11/11, is a musical compilation of original songs that honor the Divine Feminine by celebrating the Goddesses of Gaea Star (Mother Earth). Mariam is also the creator...See Full Bio
"The Gaea Star Goddess Show, a unique musical event, will hold a benefit for Greening Greenfield Energy Committee on Saturday at 7:30 p.m. at the Arts Block. The show, directed and created by singer-songwriter Mariam Massaro, is a colorful musical celebration of the Divine Feminine. Of particular note are the handmade costumes that are used in each concert. The music reveres Gaea, her natural elements and the beauty inherent in life, while expressing creativity, healing, global peace and gratitude. Mariam and the Gaea Star Goddesses have played at outdoor festivals and celebrations at the Academy of Music in Northampton, the Luthier's Co-op in Easthampton and at the first annual VegFest at the Hartford Convention Center. Audience involvement is a large part of the appeal. Audiences are unusually colorful and often attired as the goddesses and mythical, mystical figures that are featured so prominently in Massaro's music.