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Americana trio Red Molly has been wowing audiences across the United States for nearly ten years. And over the past year they’ve ventured abroad to Europe, Australia, and Hawaii. A personal favorite of mine, Red Molly performed at the 2011 Sisters Folk Festival and did so well that they were invited back for the 2012 Sisters Winter Concert season. We at the GAIA Project were lucky enough to book them for two concerts in Oregon this coming January, one at the Tower Theatre in Bend and one at the Rogue Valley Unitarian in Ashland.
As a special added musical treat. Anne & Pete Sibley, also veterans of the Sisters Folk Festival, will be bringing their gorgeous harmonies and rootsy sounds to open each night’s concert. Please check our concerts page for further info about these two amazing acts. If good time Americana roots music, angelic harmonies, and an all around fun evening is to your liking, come help us kick off 2014 with these two exciting concerts!
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