Where the Heart Is: A Joint Concert with Shenandoah Run and Lynn Hollyfield

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Where the Heart Is: A Joint Concert with Shenandoah Run and Lynn Hollyfield

Join us for an evening of classic folk and Americana from Shenandoah Run and original music from singer songwriter Lynn Hollyfield

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Alexandria History Museum at the Lyceum 201 South Washington Street Alexandria, VA 22314

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  • 2 hours 30 minutes
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In this joint concert, attendees will enjoy two great local folk music acts.

Shenandoah Run is an eight-member folk ensemble from the Washington, DC area. Formed in 2011, the band performs traditional and contemporary folk music in a manner that delights a diverse mix of music lovers of all ages.

SR showcases the spirited sounds of Americana, along with the occasional country tune, and delivers a rousing mix of music and styles. The members' vocal and instrumental savvy, coupled with a strong desire to keep folk music alive and fresh, are key to the group’s success.

Blend a powerful, passionate singer, a crisp, acoustic guitar player and a warm heart and you will have, singer-songwriter, Lynn Hollyfield. Hollyfield's roots hail from Staten Island, NY when she picked up the guitar at age 10 and ran with musical influences she experienced from home. From great jazz artists such as Ella Fitzgerald and Billie Holiday to the Beatles, Cream and CSNY, Hollyfield launched into her own songwriting infusing these influences to create a diverse repertoire of contemporary folk, pop, blues and jazz.