Classy laid back style. Telisha’s vocals carry the twang of Steve Earle and Nanci Griffith, while Doug’s bluesy, country guitar conveys both rhythm and harmony.
A new duo to the northwest, Doug & Telisha live right in the middle of the places others only write about. A place where old time religion, superstition, run down bars, gravel parking lots and boarded up factories all mingle together. Their most recent release, “Ghost of the Knoxville Girl”, received wide critical acclaim, and spent 15 weeks in the Americana Music Association Top 40 Radio Chart. Quick wit and a Southern drawl make every show different from the last, while fearless delivery and stunning honesty make every show personal.
Rachel Ries performs "Prairie Swing & City Folk“, marrying sophisticated, vintage musicality to smart lyrics. She has developed an urban cult following based on a fresh approach to musical forms of the '20s and '30s , her vocals recalling Billie Holiday and early Maria Muldaur. Ries has an adventurous ear for melody and a voice flexible enough to accomplish it.
Ronald Mayo, Lopez Island, WA
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The Cabiri were formed in 1999 as theatrical emissaries of The Anunnaki Project, a curatorial organization that seeks to preserve the mythologies of cultures that have passed into antiquity. In that time we have traveled the world presenting our work to diverse audiences. "We are eternally dancing the dream and we seek to bring you along on our adventure"!
Key City Public Theater and The Friends of Fort Flagler present a staged reading of Mark Twain’s wry and touching “The Diaries of Adam and Eve” as part of the Summer Concert Series at Battery Bankhead. This special surprise encore presentation of KCPT’s 2010 WordPlay Reading Series is directed by Patricia Earnest, and features David Schroeder and Colleen Dobbin as Adam and Eve in Twain’s “first person” account of the world’s oldest love story. Bring a blanket or chair and have a picnic while you enjoy this premier event. For more information visit keycitypublictheatre.org