Hometown Hootenanny Goes Gospel: Let the Spirit Move You
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The last date listed for Hometown Hootenanny: Let the Spirit Move You was Friday April 22, 2011 / 7:30pm.
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Mixing banjos and homemade instruments from the kitchen, Your Imaginary Friend knows how to have a good time. Jana Vitols and Greg Ruby's entertaining upbeat songs help take children's music to a whole new level of fun. You and your kids will be out of your seats singing along and dancing in no time. Vitols plays banjo, ukulele, guitar and banjo-uke, while Ruby brings his compositional ear and guitar skills to the stage, playing strings and keys. You'll hear songs that recall Tin Pan Alley, Les Paul, a second-line drum groove and much more. Learn More
Audience surveys have included requests for a “gospel” show since the Hootenanny’s inception in November 2009. The Hometown Band has selected a set of inspirational country and folk songs that include “Three Wooden Crosses” by Randy Travis, “I Believe” by Brooks and Dunn and “We Shall Be Free” by Garth Brooks.
Local bluegrass bands Mission Mountain Trio and Deer in the Headlights will serve up traditional spiritual favorites with acoustic style and soaring harmonies.
The 4-piece Levi Ware Band will perform uplifting original compositions from the band’s two CDs, and Marysville’s Andrew Noble joins the Hometown Band for renditions of his original songs.
Also presenting two original songs is Mark Hibbert, music director for the Hometown Band, including an inspirational tribute to Eli Creekmore, an Everett youngster who was tragically killed in 1986.