Kat del Rio, Windsong & The Spirit Earth Band, with KS WILD

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Kat del Rio, Windsong & The Spirit Earth Band, with KS WILD

Time: July 6, 2012 from 7:30pm to 10:30pm
Location: Jackson Wellsprings
Street: 2253 Hwy. 99 North
City/Town: Ashland
Website or Map: http://jacksonwellsprings.com…
Phone: 541-482-3776
Event Type: fundraiser
Organized By: Kat Del Rio & Windsong
Latest Activity: Jul 6, 2012

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DON'T MISS THIS SPECIAL EVENING OF EXCELLENT MUSIC AND CHANCE TO PROTECT OUR FORESTS that will be presented by KS WILD and Windsong, Kat del Rio & The Spirit Earth Band!!  Windsong and Kat del Rio, have dedicated their music to be a voice for the preservation and appreciation of the natural world sharing their songs at ceremonies, benefits, concerts, festivals and rallies. Their style ranges from folk ballads, light rock, tribal rhythms, to reggae beats. They perform original songs and blend their beautiful voices in harmony, accompanied by a variety of instruments including the guitar, mandolin, flute, and rattle. Richard Cole joins them with his unique and spirited electric bass. They will also be joined by some special guest musicians.   Sliding Scale  $10-$20

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