FMSH New Artists 1/6/07 730p

PRESENTS
EMERGING ARTISTS SHOWCASE
— A NEW SERIES FEATURING TWO NEW GREAT ARTISTS —

LIZ CARLISLE

— a little bit country … a little bit ivy league —

Liz describes country music as her native blues form, a music that cuts to the core of human experience and allows people to connect on a deeper level. “Everyone understands what it feels like to be in love, to miss your hometown, or to suffer a heartbreak,” Carlisle says. A public school graduate from Missoula, Montana, Liz graduated Summa cum Laude from Harvard this past June with a senior thesis in ethnomusicology, a study of the Falcon Ridge Folk Festival.

Her writing and stage presence has a powerful ability to erase the boundaries between country, pop, acoustic music, red state, blue state. She sings original songs that cull the heart of country music, the soul-searching of folk, and the lift of pop. www.lizcarlisle.com

on the same program with

BEAUCOUP BLUE

— father-son blues —

Father-son team David and Adrian Mowry comprise the Philadelphia-based roots revivalist band Beaucoup Blue that features a mix of blues/roots originals by both Mowrys as well as choice covers. Young Adrian plays six- and 12-string guitar, long-experienced blues master David handles six-string, slide and dobro guitar, and both men share vocal and song-writing duties.

Beaucoup Blue has a heavy blues influence, but also draws on country, folk, jazz and rock for their creative acoustic blues based folk music. Their voices work superbly together with something to say from the bottom of their hearts. www.beaucoupblue.com

Saturday, January 6th at 7:30 pm
Open Mike at 7:30pm — Concert at 8:30pm
Concert Admission:
Regular: $ 20.00
Members: $ 15.00
Children under 12: $10.00
All tickets at door ONLY

NO advance ticket sales
First Saturday Concerts
are held at
Congregational Church of Huntington
(Wheelchair Accessible)
30 Washington Drive, Centerport
(at the Eastern border of Huntington off Route 25A)
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For details call 631-425-2925 or visit

http://fmshny.org/next.htm

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