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Music this week at the General Store Cafe 2/16 - 2/21

By Joyce Remick
Posted Monday, February 16, 2004

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Thursday, Feb. 19 8-10 pm
Jazz with Tony Galiani
The Tony Galiani Band plays a variety of jazz styles with an emphasis on improvisation and interplay among the group members. Our repertoire features a variety of jazz styles and arrangements which allow the band to stretch out on each tune. The band features Greg Brink and Tony Galiani on piano, Jeff Brown on Sax and Patrick Loebs on Percussion.

Friday, Feb. 20 8-10 pm
Lisa Ray Trio
The Lisa Ray Trio (Lisa Ray on piano and vocals, Deborah Shields on cello, and John Metcalf on congas and percussion) is founded by Japanese-American singer/songwriter/pianist Lisa Ray. Expect to hear many soothing originals and unique arrangements as this chamber pop group puts a new twist on everything from Japanese folk tunes to Tori Amos's music. A classically trained pianist and teacher, Lisa Ray has been entertaining listeners in the triangle for some time now. She is also the director and founder of the Tori Amos Tribute Show/RAINN Benefit held in Carrboro each year

"There is a haunting clarity in Lisa Ray's voice. When that voice is combined with her expert piano work, poetic songwriting skills and the subtle addition of her band, a pure form of melody and sound is created that's absolutely spellbinding." ~Siren Song Magazine

Saturday, Feb 21 8-10 pm
Tampa Blue and Nancy Hoffman (Old Time Music) 8-10 pm
Tampa Blue is a past Pioneer Florida Old Time Music Champion of Finger Pick Guitar and was Florida's first Master Artist of the Blues in the National Endowment for the Arts Apprenticeship program. The music is based on the blues and spirituals he heard growing up outside Birmingham, AL. Over the
past 25 plus years he has had the chance to play all around the southeastern United States. Tampa Blue will provide traditional and original, Piedmont and Delta style blues, based on finger pick guitar and accompanied by Nancy Hoffman on harmonica.

Related info:
Tori Amos Tribute Show
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Music this week at the General Store Cafe 2/16 - 2/21

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Tori Amos Tribute Show
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