Tuesday, October 10, 2017

FEMALE TRIO FROM SASKATCHEWAN TO APPEAR @ THE MINSTREL IN MORRISTOWN

The Folk Project Presents All the Way from Saskatchewan!

Rosie & the Riveters

Rosie and the Riveters

WHEN: Friday, October 13, at 7:30 pm
WHERE:
Morristown Unitarian Fellowship,  21 Normandy Heights Rd, Morristown
ADMISSION: $10.00 per adult at the door. Children 12 and under are free.
For further information, call 973-335-9489, or visit www.folkproject.org. The Folk Project website also offers music samples of Minstrel performers: http://www.Minstrel.folkproject.org.

Rosie and the Riveters, a lovely trio of ladies from Saskatoon, will headline at the Minstrel Acoustic Concert Series. Betsy Rose and the Chicago Fire open.

The event is part of the Minstrel Acoustic Concert Series, sponsored by The  Folk Project each Friday evening at the Fellowship.

Who would have expected the province of Saskatchewan, Canada to be a hotbed of 1940s swing? Allyson Reigh, Alexis Normand, and Farideh Olsen are the charming women who make up Rosie & the Riveters.  They channel the Andrews Sisters, with songs from that era and originals in the same style, and top it off with cabaret-style choreography.

Betsy Rose and the Chicago FireOpener Betsy Rose, better known to fellow Folk Project members as Elizabeth Lachowicz, is the Folk Project's resident Blues maven. Her clear voice and saucy style are rooted in the sights and sounds of Chicago's toughest neighborhoods and rowdiest music bars. Her backup band, The Chicago Fire, is packed with some of the Folk Project's finest musicians: Dave Kleiner, Bill Meyer, Mitch Radler, and Mark Schaffer.

The Folk Project is a non-profit 501(c)(3) Corporation whose mission is to present high caliber folk music performances and instructional workshops for the public and members; to encourage development of musicianship and performance skills in the northern New Jersey area; and to provide interesting social and learning activities relating to traditional and participatory folk music and dance.

Funding has been made possible in part by funds from Morris Arts through the New Jersey State Council on the Arts/Department of State, a Partner Agency of the National Endowment for the Arts.