Chely Wright and Seattle Women's Chorus in True Country
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The last date listed for Chely Wright and Seattle Women's Chorus in True Country was Sunday October 2, 2011 / 2:00pm.
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What an amazing show. I regularly attend the Seattle Men's Chorus performances but had never been to a women's chorus performance. I was very glad I took this offer, the whole show was very entertaining. The women had some good numbers, I love...
Seattle Women’s Chorus celebrates the uniquely American phenomenon that is country music, with a special focus on female country music legends like Patsy Cline, Dolly Parton, Martina McBride, Dixie Chicks, Tammy Wynette, Loretta Lynn, and Anne Murray.
Add to this illustrious line-up of standout performers SWC’s special guest artist, singer-songwriter Chely Wright. Wish Me Away, a new documentary film about Wright’s courageous decision to come out as a lesbian within the conservative world of country music recently (and remarkably) won “Best Documentary” at the Nashville Film Festival. Backed by the rich harmonies of Seattle Women’s Chorus, Chely Wright will share her unforgettable story and her unmistakable musical talent.
True Country_ will be hosted by the semi-popular mother-daughter Country duo Euomi and Wynotta Spudd (The Spudds), bringing their songs and down-home dysfunction to SWC’s stage. The Spudds are the creation of outrageous Seattle kamikaze comedy duo Lisa Koch and Peggy Platt (Dos Fallopia).
About the Ticket Supplier: Flying House Productions
Formed in 1979, the organization has grown to house both Seattle Men’s Chorus (SMC) and Seattle Women’s Chorus (SWC). Flying House Productions (FHP), the parent company for the Choruses, is the State of Washington’s largest and most influential choral organization and ranks third among the state’s music organizations in terms of budget, audience exposure, and ensemble size.