Join us Thurs. July 31st for an outstanding evening of music!
Correo Aereo AND Kate Copeland & Company ( with Kiyota Sage, Tomoki Sage & Madeleine Sosin) @ The Royal Room!
Venue: The Royal Room
Time: 8:00pm, Thurs. July 31st
http://www.correoaereo.com & http://katecopeland.com
Address: 5000 Rainier Ave S, Columbia City, Wa, USA
Award winning duo Correo Aereo
Abel Rocha on guitar, latin harp, cuatro & voice & Madeleine Sosin on violin, maracas, bombo, jarana & voice
Original acoustic songs with exquisitely crafted 3-part harmonies. The singers accompany themselves on mandolin, guitar, violin and a dash of percussion. The songs vary from lushly soulful and ethereal to upbeat pop-folk and influences range from Appalachian & Celtic folk music to medieval ballad and impressionistic tone poem.
Kate Copeland (songwriting, vocals, mandolin), grew up with a bunch of crazy brilliant circus vaudevillian hippies (her dad, Mark Ettinger, was a classically trained composer and conductor who became music director for The Flying Karamazov Brothers for over a decade) and traveled the world being exposed to an eclectic mix of art & culture. She graduated from Oberlin Conservatory with a degree in composition, but never lost her childhood passion for writing and singing songs.
Kiyota Sage, (guitar, vocals, songwriter), a 78% organic musician and performer, may be best known for his astonishing physical super hero ninja troup of raging acrobaticalists called NANDA, which he cofounded in 2004 and has toured with nationally and internationally to critical acclaim.
Madeleine Sosin (vocals, violin, maracas), a multi-talented performer whose work with the award-winning world music duo Correo Aereo, which she cofounded and has toured the world over for two decades, led her to the same campfire where Copeland and Sage first met. A Gypsy who left home at 13 and traveled the country as a musician, dancer and street performer, her performance history is rich and spans many mediums and collaborations in music, dance, theater, film and television. She lends her breadth of experience to the group, and her unique voice completes the alchemy of their combined artistry.
Tomoki Sage: (Cajon), May also be best known for his astonishing physical super hero ninja troup of raging acrobaticalists called NANDA, which he cofounded in 2004 and has toured with nationally and internationally to critical acclaim.
No door cover – but a suggested $5 -$15 or more per person donation for band. Envelopes are on the tables to tip the band and this is how the band gets paid. Full restaurant & bar. They have great food & drink too if you like. All ages till 10:00pm, bring the kids to the 1st set!