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One of Life’s Pleasures April 24, 2009

Posted by Beth in Friends, Music.
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Solstice

7:30pm – 9:00pm
St. Teresa of Avila Church
19th Street (Peter Sammon Way) at Connecticut
San Francisco, CA
Sample their music here.

Also appearing on KALW’s Folk Festival on Saturday, April 25th at 3 PM.

About the Folk Festival:

KALW Saturday music hosts JoAnn Mar, Kevin Vance, and Peter Thompson join forces to bring you some of the diverse talent that folk, American roots, and bluegrass has to offer.

Tune into 91.7 KALW this Saturday, the 25th at 3 PM to hear Solstice sing selections from Rise, along with some old favorites.

For more information, go to www.kalw.org

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1. John Dick - April 24, 2009

Today, during my lunch break, I took some time out to listen to the entire recordings listed at Solstice’s Website. I highly recommend to anyone to do the same. Very impressive. I loved the colorful vocal harmonies.

As I listened, I thought of one tune that I would enjoy hearing from Solstice. It is one of my favorite Irish tunes, “Down by the Sally Gardens.” I think this little song would fit beautifully with the Solstice voices. I thought this this request as I recalled one of my favorite recordings of “Sally Gardens” by singer and harpist Orla Fallon. You can find this recording at YouTube (there are also plenty others).

Sorry we cannot attend your performance at the April 25 festival, as we live on the east coast. Thanks for posting your recordings on the internet so we could enjoy them. I say, “Well done, Solstice.” Keep on singing your wonderful songs.


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