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get helpThe Shoreline Soup Kitchens & Pantries is an interfaith service that provides food and fellowship to those in need and educates our community on hunger and poverty.


Friday, 11/29/13 at the Katharine Hepburn Cultural Arts Center


With the generous support of  AcousticMusic.OrgWyeth Architects LLC, The Shoreline Acoustic Underground will gather some of the finest local and international musical talent for a concert to raise funds for SSKP.  With an emphasis on melody, lyricism and harmony, a variety of music will be presented, fun will be had...and 100% of all proceeds from the concert will go directly to The Shoreline Soup Kitchen & Pantries.

There are three levels of giving for tickets $20, $30 and $40 - you can pick whichever level you'd like.

Click here to purchase tickets.


This will be the 7th annual benefit concert -- and possibly best to date. By and large, the featured performers have been on the stage at The Kate more than once and are back again by popular demand.


Agnelli & Rave: Lauren Agnelli and Dave Rave, music with a folk/rock/pop flavor "...these two have rocked stages around the world. " Accomplished songwriters, to date they have penned and published over two hundred fifty compositions, as a team. Dave recently returned from his 4th European Tour, including his annual performance at the Cavern Club in Liverpool. Both he and Lauren have Grammy Nominations for past work.(www.dave-rave.comwww.laurenagnelli.com )


Ebin-Rose: Ebin Parker on guitar & Rose Bengtson, whose soft, ethereal vocals combine the finest qualities of Joni Mitchell and Natalie Merchant.  Together they have created what has been called an audio trapeze act that owes much in mood to the timeless qualities found in the music of Nick Drake and Pentangle.click here to listen


The Lichter Brothers: Eric & Jeremy Lichter are products of the easy breezy 70's Laurel Canyon sound popularized by Crosby, Stills & Nash, Jackson Browne, Eagles, Neil Young, Joni Mitchell, etc (thanks to their parents!) As well as current contemporaries (and friends) Poor Old Shine, Dawes & Fleet Foxes.  The brothers have a storied musical history all their own, individually, and are working on their debut record at Eric's popular Dirt Floor. You're going to hear a lot from them, and soon! click here to listen


The Meadows Brothers: The musical roots of Ian and Dustin Meadows lie somewhere between the high lonesome sound of Bill Monroe, the simple sophistication of Woody Guthrie, the haunting melodies of the Appalachian Mountains, the backwoods blues of Robert Johnson, and the hard driving country of Johnny Cash. click here to listen


Moving Target: Utterly fearless about the consequences of misinterpreting the music of great artists and composers, Moving Target naively attempts many styles of music - working to cram it into their peculiar assembly of instruments - and none of them have any moral problem or conscience regarding their impact on the Arts.  Fortunately, none of the original artists who composed this music have any clue that these people exist and the rest of them are dead.  Also fortunate is the fact that most of the members have steady day jobs.  This local group has been gathering for some time on Friday evenings to play music, drink and dissolve the stresses of the week. This has worked so well for them that they feel entitled to subject you to the fruits of their labors. If you agree with them, they will view you as enlightened and as fine characters of great taste and vision. www.acousticmusic.org


Members: Jos Konst "Jos" Baritone sax, William Grover "Big Bad Bill" Cornet

Leslie Strauss "Goddess" Electric Violin, Leonard Wyeth "Trip" Guitar, bass

Susan Wyeth "Deaf Sue" Bass, Jill Vaughn "One Armed Jill" Percussion


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