❤️ Flood Recovery Benefit Concert for Sebastopol Community Cultural Center

Fri, April 5, 2019, 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm

Our friends at the Enmanji Buddhist Temple in Sebastopol offered to hold a concert for us benefiting the rebuilding of the Community Center. We can’t thank them enough for their generosity! Please come out and enjoy these amazing musicians!

Time at 6:00pm – 9:30pm
Admission: $17

~ Andy Graham is a Sonoma County inventor, musician, producer, and solo artist. He blends modern rhythms with the ancient sound of the didgeridoo, and his other unique musical instruments. Andy is always experimenting with new ways to create original music that transcends musical genres.

~The Stony Point Ramblers (blue grass) have a unique approach to the style of music we play. Old Time for sure but if a song seems like it would fit with our sound, whether it’s written by Bruce Springstein or Maybelle Carter, we’ll try it out and if we like it, it goes in the repertoire.

~ Whispering Light (jazz rock fusion) “These two musicians have gone deep within the spirit of music and produced a sound that transports the listener to musical vistas that are unique and beautiful. Lindy Day brings her guitars to life. She expands the soul of this music–a guitar magician. Whispering Light is a rare treat not to be missed”. – Genwa World Wide.

~Twin Soles (easy listening) are exactly that: two shoes of a pair, two voices that sing as one and two hearts that found each other in this life. With Cory Hervé on vocals and guitar and Shawna Hervé on vocals and keys, this pair of love birds is coming strong from the heart of Sonoma County.

~Jason Farnham (pianist extraordinaire) “I’ve never seen anyone play the piano quite like that before!” is what audiences consistently rave after a Jason Farnham piano show. A composer for The Dr. Oz Show, as well as films and commercials, Jason is internationally known as ‘the guy who plays the piano upside-down’.

Admission: $17

Enmanji Buddhist Temple

1200 Gravenstein Highway South

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