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Holland House Concert

Posted by on Sep 30, 2014

As I (Kathryn) write this I’m filled with gratitude for my dear College pal Alicia and her sweet husband Andy! They hosted a kickin’ house concert for their family and friends. They are such lovely people. For real! They had a delicious spread of food for everyone as we all gathered out in the sweet Fall evening and settled in to experience a Listening Wall house concert. I love...

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Java Monkey

Posted by on Sep 15, 2014

We had a great time at the Java Monkey the other night! Thanks to all who came out. Here are some pictures from that night. Want to know where we are playing next? Sign up HERE to be on our email list! If you like free stuff then you should totally be on The Listening Wall list!   Thanks for coming out to the show! Kathryn is concentrating! Can you see the smoke coming off the keys? ; )...

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Wild Wally’s Party Shack

Posted by on Aug 26, 2014

We want to thank the Odum family for hosting an amazing house concert where we played for about 50 folks invited from around the neighborhood. The concert was held in the super fun backyard patio called Wild Wally’s Party Shack. Enjoy these pictures from the house concert! People starting to arrive for dessert and a show. Rebecca Odum was instrumental in helping this House Concert take...

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From Raleigh to Reality

Posted by on Jul 21, 2014

  The last leg of the tour was in Raleigh, NC at a cool venue called The Pour House. Clever name, huh? The Pour House is in downtown Raleigh which I would describe as super cool, laid back, and friendly. We started unloading our gear and noticed so many people hanging outside and chatting with one another. Not on their electronics but actually…wanting to talk with each other face to...

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Musicians in an Artistic Dream

Posted by on Jul 8, 2014

In the middle of the tour, Jim and I spent a week at a conference called The Glen.  It was held at Mount Holyoke College in South Hadley, MA. Yes, it’s the same Mount Holyoke college where Emily Dickinson went to school for a year. (It’s crazy when history and reality collide right?! Hmm…that might be a good song title!) Jim and I had the privilege of leading worship each...

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