Thrilled to announce that I'm one of 16 artists to be featured in this year's Ferdinand Folk Festival!
Nestled among the hills and fields of southwestern Indiana, the Ferdinand Folk Festival is an earth-friendly and family-friendly event promoting music, the arts, and the environment. Held on the third Saturday of September, at summer’s end and autumn’s arrival, this free festival, located in Ferdinand’s 18th Street Park, features nationally-acclaimed musicians as well as exceptional local and regional acts.
Tons of great Louisville artists playing to support those hurt by Hurricane Harvey. I start playing at 6p and will be matching donations made during my set up to $100.
Thrilled to announce that I am one of 16 writers who will be featured in this year's Ferdinand Folk Festival! The Festival itself happens on 16 September. However, I and the other 15 artists will be performing at a public showcase, which this year will be held in the intimate and comfortable Forest Park High School auditorium.
This is the third in Walden's Listening Room Series hosted by Mr. Kincade's Song Studies class. A listening room is a mindful way of listening to music. No distractions. No flashy lights. Just the singer and their song. The show is open to ALL AGES! There is a $5 suggested donation.
You can find this event on your FM dial at 100.9 or online at http://crescenthillradio.com/index.html.
This event will take place in the midst of Ray's Living Room, a weekly jam session at Lettersong that starts at 5. and reconvenes after the radio broadcast.