San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Enjoy an evening of Nicola Gordon's heart-felt songs,
fiddle, food and friends at Dorie's wonderful home in Ventura.
Saturday, September 28th.
Appetizers & salad & bread provided
-- bring your own main course, drinks and/or desserts.
There's room to dance, and lots of chairs.
doors open at 5:30pm.
Dinner at 6
Concert at 7
High probability of general merriment insuing after the concert....
(dancing? fiddle jam? Who knows?!).
Please come and join us!
Space IS limited, so please sign up ASAP.
By the way, the new CD, "Courage to Love" is normally $15,
but on the day of the CD release concert, you can get it for $10. Yeehaw!
See you 'll there!!
What people are saying:
“I really enjoyed your concert, even though I'm in a bit of an off place, going through some changes as the boys from CSNY used to call it. But the more I hear of your music, the more I hear connections with those heart things I deal with, that we all deal with...love keeps coming back...’haven't talked to you in a long time...I'll always love you’. Al l the good strong happy sad real stuff. It's good to share that with you, or rather I guess because of you, because it's from you…” --Jim Lawrence, Santa Barbara, CA.
“You are a very talented songwriter… I loved all your songs, especially “Not in Nashville,” and Enough, and that sing along song (sorry I don't remember the title but the "tricky" one!) and also loved the Wide Load song. My roommate cracked up when I mentioned some of the lyrics. You have a wonderful energy about you and of course it only adds to your performance. It's very rare to see a performer who not only entertains but also makes the audience feel very welcomed and comfortable. Your listeners come from all walks of life, very eclectic crowd...I love that!” -- Wende Allyn, Thousand Oaks, CA.
“Moved to tears several times-hearing your voice, your words, your music this first time. The terrain of your songs has been a sweet, layered gift to me this evening. What rich poetry you offer. Thanks so much.” —Forrest Franken, Santa Barbara, CA