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PASA House Concert Series

Event Details:

WHENSaturday, April 17, 2021, 7:30 PM
WHEREOnline, using the Zoom web conferencing system.
(Zoom link will be sent to those who RSVP.)
RSVP INFOPlease RSVP on the PASA Facebook page (preferred), or by emailing Christine at christine@pasamusic.org.

Performers:

Andy Dimacale

Andy Dimacale creates a blend of intersecting genres from classic rock to country ballads. With over 200 cover songs under his belt during his musical career, Andy pens songs that have a familiar yet unique sound to the listener. Picking up guitar at age 15, he formed a band called Arsenal, later becoming The Agents which was an opening act for The Hooters, Pure Prairie League, and Robert Hazard. Since then, Andy continued performing solo gigs across the South Jersey area and ventured into writing originals at the age of 40. With a single CD "If I Were Me", Andy continues to add to his musical body of work.

Evan Hoskins

Crumble Boy, a moniker of singer songwriter Evan Hoskins and son of singer songwriter living legend Heidi Wolfson, uses "creative musical stylings and captivating song structure sensibility, blending guitar stylings of 70's British folk music with contemporary rock influences such as Kurt Vile" Currently, Crumble Boy is part of a musical collaborative group alongside other Philadelphia musical artists Port Arthur and Iris Freeheart who will start playing shows in Philadelphia once live music resumes in the city. Crumble Boy is also prepping his solo debut, "Crumble Boy", to be released this year.

Website: thecrumbleboy.com

Marsha Low

A relative newcomer to PASA, Marsha Low first started writing songs while she was living abroad, teaching yoga and meditation, and running schools and service projects. Her varied experiences have informed some of the songs she has composed. In addition, she is inspired by the natural world, and themes of nature, including the threat posed by climate change, appear in her work. Marsha also writes songs about social justice. Having lived abroad for 18 years, she has a unique perspective on life in the US. Pre-pandemic, in addition to performing in open mics and open circles in the Philly area, Marsha sang with two community choirs, most recently, the Ambler Choral Society. Since the shutdown, Marsha has organized and performed in several Zoom concerts.
You: The fourth performer can be YOU! There will be 12 performers chosen for open chair slots who will each sing one original song as part of the concert. This is an extra special OPEN STAGE SHOWCASE OPPORTUNITY. The first 8 people to RSVP on Facebook will be guaranteed an open chair slot. The remaining 4 slots will be chosen randomly from those RSVPing by email. (Please indicate that you want an open chair slot when sending your RSVP.)
NOTE: If you are chosen for any of 12 open chair slots, you must join the Zoom meeting at 7:05 PM for sound check.