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  Point Richmond Acoustic Season Starts Tonight
October 14, 2011

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This Friday, October 14, 8 pm (doors open 7:30)

Katie Dahl and
Claudia Russell

These two talented songwriting friends share a special evening.

Minnesota native Katie Dahl writes songs from a simpler time and place with a honey alto voice and grace beyond her years.

Claudia Russell is - well - you proabably know her. But for this show, she'll pull out an all acoustic evening with some different material.

Tickets are $15.00 suggested donation for the general public, $12.50 for students and seniors, However, no one is turned away for lack of funds.

Save the date for a very special show - You won't want to miss it! We are waiting for confirmation for this music legend, but we will announce at Friday's show.

Visit www.folkunlimited.com for more info or email folkunlimited@att.net

Point Richmond Acoustic is co-sponsored by Point Richmond Music, Folkunlimited and the First Methodist Church of Point Richmond.

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Point Richmond Music Summer Concert Series

Claudia Russell and the Folk Unlimited Orchestra

Another Fantastic
Pt. Richmond Acoustic season
starts October 14 with

The T-Sisters
and Ira Marlow


It's time for great music, fine company, and delicious snacks as Point Richmond Acoustic Music series starts up again Friday, October 14, 8pm at the First Methodist Church, featuring the T-Sisters and special guest Ira Marlow.

Vocal trio Erika, Rachel and Chloe Tietjen are, well, sisters, and have been singing togetheT sisters RT 2r all their lives. All that practice has paid off beautifully. They sing those tight harmonies, as only sisters can. Their material ranges from traditional music to Tin Pan Alley and their own original songs. But whatever they do, they do with panache.

If you saw their opening performance last season with Laurie Lewis, then you’ll want to see them again. If you didn’t, you are in for a delightfully good time.

Special guest Ira Marlowe opens the show. Ira spins literate tales of modern life with a compelling voice and memorable melodies. The San Francisco Marlowe_Hi_crop-1Chronicle says, “Ira Marlowe is a Oakland's sweet little secret. There will soon be a time when he completely blows up Tom Waits style and you can say you saw him when.”

Please join us Friday October 14 at 8:00 pm for another fine evening of music, and fun at 201 Martina Avenue in Point Richmond, hosted by the Point Richmond First Methodist Church.

By the way, the program is completely non-religious and people of all faiths as well as no faith are welcome there. It’s a friendly no-pressure environment, perfect for enjoying music, and even if its been a few decades since you have set foot in a church, no one is going to bite you. But they might offer you a cookie or cup of coffee at intermission.


A Call for Volunteers

Point Richmond Acoustic is all volunteer and non-profit. Our mission is to provide for world class songwriters and musicians to perform in the City of Richmond. We can use help in putting up posters, writing press releases and sending emails (such as this), updating our web site as well as helping on the evening of the show with tickets or snack service. Email us at folkunlimited@att.net if you’d like to become a PRA team member.

Last But Not Least...

Thanks for reading, and please spread the word to your friends and neighbors! -Bruce Kaplan

Tel: (510) 235-2356
Email: folkunlimited@att.net

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