We are honored to be part of this years Mountain Stage Concert Series at the Fayetteville Public Library. The first set will be an musical exploration of Donna's Sami Roots. The Sami are the indigenous people of northern Scandinavia. The 2nd set will be a musical journey through the Ozarks...digging into Kelly's deep historical roots.
This program will include their trademark 'low tech' powerpoint...a series of handmade quilts depicting the person or place they sing about.
We are thilled to share the Woodsongs stage with one of our heroes...Si Kahn. We will all be doing songs of activism. Si will sing about Bristol Bay and we will share songs from our latest project STILL A RIVER about the Nation's FIRST Historic River the BUFFALO! It is one of the only unadulterated rivers in the south and is in danger of being polluted by a huge CAFO...hog factory that is on it's precious watershed!
Our songs about the river are historic story-songs to help folks feel connected to the river and in turn become better stewards!
Still on the Hill will perform their STILL A RIVER SHOW about the Buffalo River in the historic town of GILBERT at the Community Center. Gilbert is on the banks of the Buffalo River.
They will give away 100 FREE CD's to the first 100 folks (Please One CD per family) This is a FREE concert and there will be light refreshments. Show is from 2:00-3:00 pm and it is for all ages!