We have some tickets to the Miami Regional Artist Series in Middletown, Hamilton and one in Oxford, that are available for sale to benefit Three Valley Conservation Trust (see details below). Do you think you want two or more of the tickets listed below? Call (513) 524-2150 or email Bonnie at firstname.lastname@example.org and give us your best offer! First come, first serve – as long as the offer is reasonable.
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Four Tickets to Balsam Range and Helen Highwater on Saturday, 2/28/15 at 7:30pm at the Parrish Auditorium at Miami University Hamilton.
Balsam Range mixes elements of jazz, country, gospel, swing and old-time music into the fresh sound of this unique, Southern band which has received numerous top honors in the 2014 IBMA Awards, including Entertainer of the Year. Helen Highwater has been described as “the tough, whimsical goddess of string band music” and she will be performing with a band she assembled out of veteran Nashville Bluegrass musicians.
Two tickets to Cassandra Wilson sings Billie Holiday Friday, 3/13/15 7:30pm at Hall Auditorium at Miami University Oxford.
Cassandra Wilson is an American jazz musician, vocalist, songwriter, and producer from Jackson, Mississippi. Described by critic Gary Giddins as “a singer blessed with an unmistakable timbre and attack [who has] expanded the playing field” by incorporating blues, country, and folk music into her work. Cassandra Wilson has won two Grammy Awards.
Six Tickets to Carlos Munoz with April Verch on Saturday, 3/14/15 at 7:30pm in the Dave Finkelman Auditorium at Miami University Middletown.
Carlos Núñez comes from Galicia, the Celtic region in the North West of Spain. Billboard Magazine calls him the Jimi Hendrix of bagpipes. April Verch is in the second decade of her career as an internationally touring Canadian fiddler, step dancer and singer-songwriter.
Four Tickets to the Travelin’ Mccourys and the Gibson Brothers on Saturday, 4/11/15 at 7:30pm in the Dave Finkelman Auditorium at Miami University Middletown.
As the sons of bluegrass legend Del McCoury, Ronnie McCoury on mandolin and Rob McCoury on banjo continue their father’s work—a lifelong dedication to the power of bluegrass music to bring joy into people’s lives.
Steve Leftridge of PopMatters described The Gibson Brothers this way: “Eric and Leigh Gibson might have, pound-for-pound, the most impeccably fine-sounding traditional bluegrass band on the contemporary scene.”