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THE WAZZIE WOODLE WONDERFUL WORLD of TIM NOAH
Special Event – One Day Only!
Saturday May 25th 1 PM
Tickets: $10 @ brownpapertickets.com and at the door
Wear your wazzie woodle wardrobe and join Emmy award winning composer, singer, artist and storyteller Tim Noah, in a magical musical celebration of imagination!
Nancy Erickson Sings The Carpenters
May 25, 2013 7:30 p.m.
Tickets $15 – www.brownpapertickets.com
Having just returned from her performances in Kobe, Japan, Nancy Erickson is hitting her stride. She released her debut CD, “Prelude” in 2011 to very positive reviews and has become a staple in the Pacific Northwest Jazz scene. Nancy’s rich, mellow alto voice has been compared to Karen Carpenter and Diana Krall. She has received recent accolades by winning the 2012 Seattle-Kobe Jazz Vocalist competition at Jazz Alley, resulting in a thrilling performance in Kobe, Japan at Asahi Hall which was broadcast live online to over 5,000 viewers. Nancy Erickson’s true passion lies in jazz music and it shows. Her pursuit of excellence in musical story-telling is apparent when she lays her heart open and sings a ballad with straight-forward vulnerability.
This show features 23 memorable CARPENTERS classics including: Close to You, Top of the World, We’ve Only Just Begun, Rainy Days and Mondays, Please Mr. Postman, Superstar, Yesterday Once More, Sing, For All We Know, and many more. Nancy and EJ have chosen only the most memorable songs that EVERYONE can’t help but sing along to.
THE COLLEEN RANEY BAND
Tickets: $15 General / $12 Seniors
With decades of individual touring and performing experience, Colleen Raney, Cary Novotny, and Johnny B. Connolly have become one of the most exciting and innovative bands in contemporary Irish music. Portland’s ColleenRaney who has toured extensively throughout both the U.S. and Ireland, bookended 2011 with a pair of fine albums, respectively her second and third: January’s lushly-produced Lark and last October’s stripped-down Cuan. Both garnered national and international airplay and acclaim. She breathes new life into the old songs, finding facets in the music that haven’t been heard before and performing in the company of gifted friends who illustrate both the most delicate and upbeat aspects of her winning style. It’s earned her a following both among longtime adherents of Celtic music and younger fans who are new to the genre.