Sarah Murdoch w/ Squeezers
7:30-10 pm at Seekers Church
$20 nonmembers, $10 members
From old murder ballads to Nina Simone by way of old-time gospel, Sarah Murdoch's voice is both sweet and mighty, like a steam locomotive burning daffodils. She is a New York singer and actor; a regular of NYC pub sings, you'll also remember her voice and style if you've attended Youth Trad Song Weekend in the past two years. The Squeezers, veterans of the Washington Folk Festival, FSGW Midwinter Festival and Takoma Porch, are a "genre-defying ? squeezebox trio squeezing tunes of the world from bellows-and-reed instruments of the world. Traditional morris tunes, French bal-folk dances, English music hall standards, tango and original compositions highlight the versatility of these cross-cultural instruments and artists.
Sarah Murdoch's web site
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