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|Apr 06, 2019-|
Apr 06, 2019
08:00PM - 10:00PM
|Blame Sally: Amazing Live Acoustic Folk Rock Harmonies|
Blame Sally creates an eclectic and undeniably original brand of folk pop that plays on the \\\'indie edges of Americana\\\'.
The Osher Marin JCC, 200 N. San Pedro Road, San Ra
Blame Sally creates an eclectic and undeniably original brand of folk pop that plays on the "indie edges of Americana". Emotionally charged, highly melodic and irresistibly compelling, this powerhouse quartet is made of four unique voices and musical backgrounds. All four women are exceptional songwriters, instrumentalists and vocalists in their own rites, and Blame Sally has forged a cohesive sound through their beautiful intricate harmonies, and melodic rhythms that is instantly recognizable and compelling and timeless.
With their decade plus of live performances and recordings, they have established a legacy of song combining country, folk, rock, Celtic and strains of classical music, which has "brought originality together with a roots sensibility and pop accessibility." This local folk-rock quartet with an attitude, combines acoustic textures with Americana harmonies and an independent spirit.
"They are accomplished musicians on their own, and when they get together, the sum is even greater than its parts - they are their own entity."
- Rosalie Howarth, KFOG Radio
Presented by Kanbar Center for the Performing Arts @ The Osher Marin JCC.
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