Jamie is accomplished in the art of tapping, a style of playing that has emerged in the last 10 years whereby an acoustic guitar fretboard is tapped to produce a variety of sounds, including harmonics. Jamie weaves tapping into lush, complex arrangements. They are all, truly, originals.
Matt Powell has a non-musical day job, but lives it up after hours playing and singing at the Silver Creek Cafe and Bistro, for local charities such as the Optimist Club and the Saturday Centre, at retirement homes during the holidays and really wherever he can get his hands on a piano.
Once, he took it upon himself to play the old grand piano in the middle of West Hollywood’s Chateau Marmont. That night, his Beatles covers attracted all sorts of new and great friends, and led to his being invited to an awesome party in the Hollywood Hills.
Come check this guy out – wethinks you’ll like him.
From his Website:
“Bill Craig’s performance is relaxed eclectic, thought provoking, goofy and entertaining. His casual attitude is designed to include, not exclude his audience, be it eight or eight hundred people. Bill puts all his energy into his songs and makes a point of having a good time on stage. This usually translates to his audience having a similar experience.”
The Helson Gallery is pleased to present local performing artists in the gallery for afternoon concerts. On the 4th Tuesday of every month at 1pm, the Music at One concert takes place featuring solo and small groups who perform jazz, classical, tributes, and other eclectic offerings. The concerts are free to attend, and donations are welcome
The members of the choir, its Board of Directors, Artistic Director Ron Greidanus and valued patrons, are committed to seeing the structure rebuilt and the spiritual family of St. Elias restored to our community.
We invite you to join us to help make it happen. All proceeds from this performance will go directly to the rebuilding fund of this beautiful church.