Folk Duo steveNkim and Friends in Concert
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The last date listed for steveNkim & Friends in Concert was Sunday February 24, 2013 / 6:00pm (Doors Open at 5:30pm).
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Hear the irresistible sounds of the Crescent City as played by one of Louisiana's most legendary musicians, Aaron Neville. A member of New Orleans' most famous musical family, Neville has carried the flame alongside his brothers, while also finding time for a multiple-Grammy-winning solo career. From the 1960s No. 1 R&B song "Tell It Like It Is" to the 1991 duet with Linda Ronstadt, "Don't Know Much," Neville has been producing hit music for decades, and he's known for his powerful yet delicate voice. Learn More
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steveNkim are a contemporary folk duo, unassuming in their subtle seduction of audiences along the east coast. Performing both engaging original music and a variety of popular covers from many eras, steveNkim will win you over with their sweet vocal harmonies and intricate guitar work. The pair met in Boston, Massachusetts where they continuously and fleetingly crossed paths for five years before deciding it was time to move into a van and travel around the country playing music. With a background in heavy metal, Steven possesses an intensity that gives an edge to Kim's gentle sweetness. Soothing and aggressive, light and dark, male and female, city and country: steveNkim pursue the union of opposites and the transcending of boundaries.
About the Ticket Supplier: Academy Theatre
Founded in 1956 by Frank Wittow, the Academy Theatre has been highly regarded for its productions of classic and contemporary plays, as well as its strong educational outreach programs – including a Theatre for Youth Artists-In-Schools Tour, Senior Touring Ensemble and numerous play development projects with underserved, at-risk and special populations. The Academy Theatre was the first professional theatre in the Southeast to integrate, premiered one of America’s first Shakespeare Festivals in 1960, and initiated a commitment to arts-in-education in Georgia schools that continues to this day. More than two million Georgia school children have been served through the Academy’s highly acclaimed, innovative performances.