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October 10, 2019 @ 7:30 pm

Jil Chambless &; Dan Vogt: Two for the Road-Traditional American and Celtic Folk Music (with Special Guests – The Wee Heavies)

Jil Chambless—vocals, flute, whistle. Originally from Montgomery AL but now residing in Tuscaloosa, Jil has been a prominent figure on the Alabama Celtic music scene since the late 1980s and performs regularly with various Celtic music groups around the country

and abroad, including Henri’s Notions, the Ed Miller Trio, Vulcan Eejits!, Scooter Muse, Don Penzien, and others. She has completed six recording projects with Henri’s Notions, three with guitarist Scooter Muse, and others with Ed Miller and John Taylor. In 2009 she released her first solo recording, The Ladies Go Dancing.

Dan Vogt — guitar, bouzouki, vocals. Not a native of Alabama, but living in Tuscaloosa since the early 1980s, Dan is relatively new to the playing of Celtic music. He is a long-time rocker, playing electric guitar in various Tuscaloosa-based rock bands, including The Peace Frogs (with Jil Chambless), Opus Dopus, and The DTs. He currently plays in the rock bands The Hedtones and The Bonaires.

Details

Date:
October 10, 2019
Time:
7:30 pm
Cost:
$15
Event Website:
http://thefocalpoint.org/about/concerts/

Venue

The Focal Point
2720 Sutton Blvd
Maplewood, MO 63143
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Phone:
314-328-4810

Organizer

Focal Point concerts
Phone:
3145602778
Email:
ds122977@gmail.com
Organizer Website:
www.thefocalpoint.org

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