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Magnetic Song Series
Wednesday, August 8, 2012 at 8:00 PM (EDT)
The Magnetic Song Series
Wednesdays July 11, Aug 8, & Sept 19
All tickets $5
The Magnetic Field and Head, Heart, and Hips Music have joined forces to create The Magnetic Song Series, a concert series in which three seasoned singer/songwriter’s are put on stage together to swap songs and share stories. The casual, intimate atmosphere of the theatre invites the audience to become part of the event; each night promises to be a completely unique experience in which the exact combination of who is on stage and who is in the audience creates an evening that could never be replicated.
The series, which is sponsored by Charlotte Street Computers, will begin in July. The first three months of the series will feature an impressive selection of Asheville’s musical elite.
David Earl Tomlinson (of David Earl and The Plowshares), Pierce Edens (of Pierce Edens and The Dirty Work), and Silas Durocher (of The Get Right Band and Soulgrass Rebellion)
Taylor Martin, Lyric, and Galen Kipar,
Eleanor Underhill (of Underhill Rose and The Barrel House Mamas), Dulci Ellenberger (of Now You See Them), and Chelsea LaBate (of Ten Cent Poetry)!
The combined reputations of these musicians should be enough to bring any fan of Asheville music out to the shows!
The series sponsor, Charlotte Street Computers, has been providing Mac (Apple) and PC (Windows) repair to the people of Asheville and the greater Buncombe County area since 2002. The readers of The Mountain Xpress have voted them “Best Computer Repair” for nine years running. They are active supporters of the Asheville community, especially in the arts. The Magnetic Song Series would like to thank Charlotte Street Computers for their support, and we hope that our fans and supporters will patronize this fine business.
When & Where
The Magnetic Theatre
The only performing arts venue in the southeast devoted exclusively to original works.