Hometown Hootenanny Showcases Original Country and Folk Music
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The last date listed for Hometown Hootenanny - Songwriters Showcase was Friday September 10, 2010 / 7:30pm.
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Audiences will discover new favorite artists at the Hometown Hootenanny – A Songwriters’ Showcase, at the Historic Everett Theatre in downtown Everett.
In an evening featuring all original compositions, the country and folk flavor of the Hootenanny will come through loud and clear in music written and performed by Hometown Band favorites Jeremy Randall and Mark Hibbert.
Daniel Kamas, a Seattle-area songwriter with a growing following, makes a return appearance at the Hometown Hootenanny, performing songs from his “Santa Elena” EP along with eagerly-anticipated new material. Rachel Mae was a hit on the July 2 Hootenanny, and this time she performs with her whole band, combining a distinctive Nashville sound with Snohomish County roots. The Rachel Mae Band will perform four numbers in the show, including “Circle on the Floor” from the band’s CD release of the same name.
Other featured artists include local singer/songwriters Brooke Pennock, Bob Bourgoin, and Brian Fleming. The audience will also be treated to a special guest appearance by Nomad Fish, a musical ensemble with an eclectic feel and a strong local following.
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.