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2024 Spring Season Line-up
March 13: Kinfolk Brass Band is an acclaimed brass ensemble from New Orleans. Formed by brothers Percy and Richard Anderson, the band has toured extensively performing to crowds all over the world, from intimate clubs to huge ballrooms.
March 20: Cast Iron Cactus performs original material in the blues, rock, country and folk vein (Americana Music) as well as interpretations of songs by John Prine, Bob Dylan, Bobby Charles, Van Morrison, Johnny Cash, Neil Young, Muddy Waters, among others.
March 27: The talented musicians of Father Ron & Friends represent multiple genres. Together, they bring a variety of voices and styles to traditional American Music.
April 3: Or Shovaly Plus has lived and performed in New York City, Los Angeles and internationally. She has recorded and released three standard jazz cover albums and four original composition albums receiving critical praise for all.
April 10: Carmela Rappazzo has lived and performed in New York City, Los Angeles, and internationally. Her seven albums – three covering jazz standards and four featuring original composition – have all been critically praised.
April 17: Indigo Strings Music – a unique ensemble comprised of piano, violin and cello, topped off with vibrant soprano – presents the Great American Songbook. The confluence of classical training, Tin Pan Alley influence, and New Orleans heat brings out the best of the American Classics.
April 24: John Rankin is an accomplished New Orleans musician and performer. He has been described as a New Orleans hybrid of Leo Kottke and Chet Atkins, but his expansive style covers many genres.
May 1: Glo Worm Trio is an Italian string band playing Ballo Liscio music like mazurkas, waltzes, and polkas, as well as ragtime and original music.
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