On Sat., Nov. 14, at 7:30 p.m, at the Antique Sandwich Company in Tacoma, Tom Rawson will play a benefit concert for the Puget Sound Interfaith Youth Camp. -- Have fun and support a good cause! ...
WHAT: Benefit concert for the Puget Sound Interfaith Youth Camp
WHO: Tom Rawson, with Bob Morgan, Lynn Graves, and Ellen van der Hoeven
WHEN: Saturday, November 14, 2009 -- 7:30 p.m.
WHERE: Antique Sandwich Company, 5102 North Pearl, Tacoma, WA (in Ruston, near Point Defiance Park)
[From Tom Rawson]
Hello Tacoma-area friends!
I’ll be playing a benefit concert on Saturday, November 14 at The Antique Sandwich Company in Ruston. This is a benefit for the Puget Sound Interfaith Youth Camp, sponsored by Associated Ministries of Pierce County. I will be joined by Bob Morgan, Lynn Graves, and Ellen van der Hoeven.
Here are the particulars:
Tom Rawson, Folksinger and Storyteller
with Bob Morgan, Lynn Graves, and Ellen van der Hoeven
Benefit Concert for Puget Sound Interfaith Youth Camp
Saturday, November 14, 2009, 7:30 p.m.
Antique Sandwich Company
5102 North Pearl, Tacoma
(In Ruston--near Point Defiance Park)
Admission: $10 Donation
Information: 253-383-3056 x105
Come on down and join me for some humorous stories, user-friendly songs, and acoustic folk philosophy that's guaranteed to leave you smiling. I'm armed with a long-necked banjo and other weapons of mass delight, and I'm not afraid to use them. Bring your family and friends. I guarantee a good 'ol sing-along time. But don't just take my word for it, ask Steve Durfee. Who is Steve Durfee, you ask? Well that's obvious who Steve Durfee is; he's a smart guy with impeccable taste. And here is what he has to say about going to a Tom Rawson concert:
“Tom Rawson-Pete Seeger. These two run together in my mind. Friendly charismatic banjo playing lovers of folk music. A full smiling voice who loves to share his musical treasures with an ‘I know something you don't know and you’re gonna love it too’ kind of smile. More of a sharing than a show. . . We gladly follow his lead and sing with the chorus from the very first song, every song a singalong. . . First timer or old fan, old song or new, it always seems we are singing our favorites with an old friend. A past brimming with hope for a gentler future. . . Tom is showing us we may be strangers, but we are a family. A family of song". --Steve Durfee, Victory Review
Hope to see you at the show!
On the web:
Tom Rawson, Folksinger: http://www.tomrawson.com/
Puget Sound Interfaith Youth Camp: http://www.soundinterfaithcamp.org/
Associated Ministries: http://www.associatedministries.org/
5711 Phinney Ave N, #102
Seattle WA 98103