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West Fork UUs Are Having a House Concert
featuring Andrew McKnight
Award-winning singer/songwriter, guitarist & storyteller from northern Virginia’s Blue Ridge
What’s a house concert? Just like it sounds: imagine a mini-Carnegie Hall, up close and intimate in the comfort of someone’s living room. You’re invited to be a part of a very special evening, but you must RSVP to make reservations and get directions.
Sunday April 19 3:30pm in Clarksburg
Suggested donation: $10-$20/person (all goes to the artist’s “salary”)
RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org reservations & directions
(931-4895 day of the show)
About the Artist
“With a voice reminiscent of Don McLean, McKnight traverses from old-time Appalachian tunes to contemporary folk and blues, all backed up by his dead-on guitar playing” – The Boston Globe
“The skillful songwriter’s interest in history is revealed in songs such as the Civil War ballad ‘The Road to Appomattox’ … He also works in true folkie tradition, updating lyrics to classic material such as ‘Worried Man Blues’ or reworking Robert Johnson’s ‘Crossroads’.” – The Washington Post
The nationally acclaimed Americana artist’s solo performances are like one man theatre; the songs are woven together with humorous stories and poetic drama, and the musical soundscape traverses influences from Appalachia, tasteful slide and jazzy blues, feisty anthems, rustic folk, and even a little fancy flatpicking on a Carter Family tune.
Enjoy music, essays, videos and more at:
“Earth Day Every Day”, a Special Music Service featuring Andrew McKnight.
Andrew McKnight is a nationally-acclaimed singer/songwriter and guitarist who celebrates rural America, weaving his masterfully crafted songs, humorous stories and poetic drama into a musical soundscape sketched with shades of Appalachia, tasteful slide and jazzy blues, feisty anthems, and rustic folk.
We would love to have you come celebrate and worship with us. Please join us at the Progressive Women’s Association in downtown Clarksburg, WV on March 15, 2015 at 11 am.
Children are welcome. There will be an activity for children during the service, and a coffee hour afterwards.
The building is wheelchair accessible, with an accessible restroom.
The service will be followed by a potluck luncheon. Vegetarian soup will be provided.