What a great Radio Stranger show. Because of the rain, it wasn't the ideal outdoor show that we had hoped for (it was sunny both the day before and the day after). But that just brought us all together under a covered overhead balcony. The Radio Stranger Band, Jean-Pierre Garau, Anders Bergstrom, Michael Henchman, and Jeffrey Koch (with special backing vocals by our host Charity James Hudnut) absolutely brought their A Game and totally rocked it. Martin John Gallagher and Joe Reed did a fantastic job with the sound install.
In addition to Radio Stranger, we heard some wonderful songs from Robin Greene-Jacobs, Ed Haynes, Michael Henchman Music, Paul Kwitek, John Manns, Jacob Moran, Chris Baron & Dors Ward of The Baron Ward and our host Peter Hudnut. A huge thank you to ElleK Photography for some very cool photos. Thank you to all of our friends and neighbors who braved the weather to come and party with us in the rain. One of the best shows ever!
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Woody Moran Plays Benefit for Soldier Songs & Voices
Join Woody, Kelly Brightwell and Robert Owen for the first in a series of fundraisers to benefit Soldier Songs & Voices. The format is Songwriters In The Round, although you might hear a few Radio Stranger songs in the mix. No cover charge but donations will be accepted during the performance.
Radio Stranger Joins David Wilcox
Kelly Brightwell & Woody Moran as Radio Stranger open the David Wilcox show at the Doverlaff House Concert with a great set of their Eclectic Acoustic Pop co-writes. Wilcox appeared on the cover of Acoustic Guitar Magazine which described him as James Taylor combined with the "husky breathiness more reminiscent of the late Nick Drake" and said he was the "best known of the brilliant crop of singer-songwriters to emerge in the late '80s." David uses open tuning extensively, often in combination with customized capos with notches cut out to allow lower strings to ring open. He's been featured in Performing Songwriter magazine on five occasions. Suggested donation is $20.00. Contact email@example.com to purchase your tickets.