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Fall 2016

Thursday, July 14th, 2016

September 15, Thursday. Saturday and Sunday. Folklore Society of Greater Washington, Adelphi, MD. Liz Masterson with Kathy & Marv Reitz. House concert at Ballroom Blum, where there is room for dancing as well as listening. http://fsgw.org/myorgnet/public.php?Org=fsgw&EventID=5084. RSVP 301-270-5367 or kpmack2@gmail.com  $15 donation suggested


September 17, Saturday. 7:30 pm, Liz Masterson kicks off the Valley Folk Concert Session in cowboy boots. Concert (optional participatory pre-concert acoustic jam session begins at 6) 144 Cedar St. – use door on First St. (First United Methodist Church) $20 adults, $5 full time students, $5 disabled*, children 14 and under free with adult *(Call ahead for assistance to use the stair lift, if appropriate.) Valley Folk Music offers 4 different subscription options to get discounted admissions. See website for details: www.valleyfolk.org or info@valleyfolk.org or phone 962-4461


Liz Masterson and Rex Rideout March 19

Thursday, March 17th, 2011

Join us this Saturday, March 19 at 7 pm, for a house concert at Pickin’ on Tennyson with Liz Masterson from Denver and Rex Rideout from Conifer for some of the purtiest singing you will ever hear!

Liz and Rex have teamed up together for an evening of Music of the West spiced with stories, fun facts, odd instruments & yodeling!

These veteran performers are some of the finest anywhere in the West – or the East! They have each been performing for many years.

Liz, a Denver native and award winning singer, began performing Western music in 1982 and was quickly recognized as a “trail blazer” for the revival of this art form.  A founding Board Member of the Western Music Association, Liz Masterson’s roots run deep and true in the “cowboy culture.  Liz’s latest CD, Roads to Colorado, received the Will Rogers’ Award for Best Western Album of 2009.

Rex, a long-time student of the music and songs of the 19th-Century American West, has performed at countless historic sites and museums across the West. His music has also been featured on television and radio. Rex plays many musical instruments: mandolin, fiddle, guitar, banjo, and tin whistle, to name just a few.

Rex has just released a wonderful CD,   entitled Ladies’ Choice.

We are eagerly waiting to see Rex in the movie “Cowboys and Aliens” to be released in July.
A $10 donation is requested and reservations are recommended.

Pickin’ on Tennyson is located at 4252 Tennyson St, Denver, CO 80212. This music store is south of I-70 between Sheridan & Federal on the east & west and between 38th and 44th, north and south. If you need better directions than that, call Suzie, 303.638.3725.

We hope to see you soon! It will be a wonderful evening.