Time: 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Location: Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Fayetteville
UUFF’s own Renée Janski bringing concert to the fellowship on Friday, October 18th, from 7-10pm!
Two world class story-singers join forces for one night in Fayetteville! Join us for an intimate evening of magic and music in the lovely listening room atmosphere of UUFF! Extra special thanks to the delicious Renée Janski for mid-wifing this concert to bring it into being with us.
Canadian performer Leslie Hudson is what happens when Tori Amos and Loreena McKennitt swap set lists, and folktales become character studies of the female psyche. A powerhouse vocalist with piano in tow, this endlessly touring musician is wending her way from the west coast home to ON playing songs that illustrate the Inner Circle of the mind, aspects to which we give voice. With inspiration drawn from life, history, myth and pop culture, this award-winning songwriter cuts deep to the marrow of story and sings it to the surface. Raw passion, arresting performance, music that matters. Song. Story. Strength. http://lesliehudson.com
Arkansan songwriter S. J. Tucker is the voice of lore at the campfire and the sharp laughter of modern myth. Named “the voice of neotribal Paganism” by Witches & Pagans Magazine, Tucker is a fixture at festivals and in playlists worldwide. With deft guitar, skillful hand drums, and a siren’s compelling multilayered vocals, she wields an award-winning body of original music known for changing lives and healing wounded hearts, and her performances run the gamut from silly to sacred and back again. Songs and stories, community and wit. http://sjtucker.com
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