Women Who Chare To Host Sounds Of The Season Event On Facebook Live
It’s beginning to feel a lot like Christmas so mark your calendar and join Women Who Care for a Facebook Live event, Sounds of the Season, featuring 30-minute solo performances by area musicians on Wednesday, December 16 starting at 7:00 p.m. This is an event you can enjoy with your family and it’s free! To watch the program, just “like” the Women Who Care Facebook page and tune in for an evening of music. The program will also be recorded to make it available for viewing on Facebook for a week or two following the live event.
Frank O’Connell from Ridgway is working with Women Who Care to provide this program to the community by gathering his musically talented friends to perform. Frank plays for fun and sees the strength that music and art can bring to communities when we all come together for the common good. A free gift to the community, the Sounds of the Season event features performances by a number of talented musicians.
Andrew Thompson and his son Zack are musicians from Ridgway. Zack was a guitar student of Frank’s a few years ago and has come into his own quickly. Andrew accompanies Zack.
John Butterfuss, JB Unplugged, is a well-known acoustic musician who has performed for over 40 years, playing the songs you love from all genres, from pop standards & oldies to today’s new country and pop.
“Jeremy Jack lost cause” hails from the Altoona/Hollidaysburg area. He is an original organic musician with a unique take on life, and an interesting spirit for everyone to hear.
Caroline Fitch hails from Johnsonburg. She is a recent graduate of JASD and a talented guitar and ukulele player with a very nice voice.
Matt Silvia comes to us by way of Ridgway via Boston. He sings with a barber shop group and is a talented guitarist and singer.
The community is invited to join Women Who Care for this musical program at 7 p.m. on December 16. Women Who Care is a project of the Elk County Community Foundation (ECCF).