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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Leave it to the largest community choir in North America to stage the biggest holiday spectacle of them all: Play It Again Santa from the Seattle Men's Chorus. Known as "Seattle's Other Holiday Tradition," the Chorus's holiday concerts are packed with good cheer and great music. Nostalgic carols, sing-alongs and brilliantly hilarious versions of seasonal favorites add up to a thrilling and festive show. Make time for the magic -- and tradition -- of Play It Again Santa at Benaroya Hall. 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.
About the Ticket Supplier: Red Curtain Productions
The Red Curtain Foundation for the Arts (RCF) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that was incorporated in June of 2009. We are committed to increasing accessibility and appreciation of the visual and performing arts for students, artists, technicians, audiences and patrons in the Snohomish County area through education, productions and exhibits.