Join Kalabash instructor Clinton Davis and friends for our bi-monthly concert series of American Folk Music.
This month we are thrilled to welcome The High Life Cajun Band!
Join Kalabash instructor Clinton Davis and friends as we kick off our bi-monthly concert series of American Folk Music.
Clinton Davis is a multi-instrumentalist from Kentucky who can play anything you put in his hands: guitar, banjo, fiddle, piano, harmonica. With his wide palette of instruments and sounds, he performs old time songs, ballads, and dance music from the early 20th century Appalachian Mountains, Deep South, and Western frontiers.
Rebecca Stout is an acclaimed dancer and singer rooted in the traditions of Appalachia and the Deep South. A teacher of flatfood dance, her work has earned her a spot in the International Bluegrass Music Museum in Owensboro, Kentucky. Now based in Los Angeles, Rebecca remains committed to the songs and folk life of her family and youth. Read her amazing full bio on her website: http://flatfootandfancyfree.com/bio/
Doors open at 6:30pm
Show starts at 7:00pm
$12/$10 for Kalabash members (use promo code MEMBER at checkout) membership confirmation will be checked at the door.
Saturday January 14th at 6:30-9:30pm
$12 | $10 for members
Join us for a bi-monthly living room concert series with Clinton Davis + friends as they serenade you with music from the west. January's concert features deep country blues from Clinton Davis and Lady Rogo.