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PASA House Concert Series

Event Details:

WHENSaturday, May 15, 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 Rob at lincolnsongs@aol.com.

Performers:

Michael Brook

Michael Brook is a fingerstyle and dance-band guitarist, singer, and songwriter. Originally from Chicago, Michael performed there in an eclectic mix of bands, including rock, country, blues, folk, swing, and klezmer. He moved to Philadelphia in 1979 and appeared as a soloist at the Khyber Pass, Takers Cafe, the White Dog Cafe, and the Comedy Works, and in 1983 won the Best of Philly for Offbeat Entertainment. Michael moved to Newark, DE, in 1988 and performed there with Swing Samba Soul and did a 7-year stint at Saint Georges Country Store. In 2009 he began writing songs and composing music, including doing three pieces for the Chapel Street Theater and two theme songs for WVUD radio.

Website: www.brookblvd.com

Brian Huff

Brian Huff is an iconoclastic songwriter, audio engineer, guitar builder/repairman, and organizes the monthly Phoenixville Area Jam Group at Steel City Coffeehouse. He says he got into songwriting because all the cool kids were doing it. He will be performing with Rhona Candeloro. Rhona got her first silver flute at 19, learning by playing and jamming with friends. The tradition continues today as a member of the Tuesday Night Ladies Auxiliary (music and artist's collaborative), as well as her career as a professional graphic designer, fine artist, and painting instructor.

David Kleiner

David Kleiner is an award winning performer and songwriter. His "Stand Up for Freedom" (co-written with Mick Choder) won the Philadelphia Songwriters' Project's Vote Festival award for best song. In 2009, David garnered the top prize in the Emerging Performer competition at West Virginia's clothing-optional Avalon Folk Festival. He will always remember the standing ovation he received there for his song "That's Why I Fight." David has opened for Randall Williams, Hot Soup, We're About Nine, and Dave Matthews and headlined many Philadelphia area venues including the Mermaid Inn, the Barrington Coffeehouse, and World Cafe Live Upstairs . You may also have heard him performing live on WXPNs Helen Leicht and Gene Shay Shows. The magazine Xroads gave five stars to David's latest studio release, The News That's Fit to Sing, calling it one of the best CDs of the last five years. Reviewing This Human Heart, David's 2006 release, Sing Out -- the venerable magazine of folk music -- raved, "It's all about intensity and passion."

Website: www.sonicbids.com/2/EPK/?epk_id=215819
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.