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Friday, October 31 at 8 pm
Halloween Salsa Dance Party
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The Latin Peppers & Planet Four
Tickets $15 & $13

Dance away the night on Halloween with The Latin Peppers at the Playhouse with Planet Four and special dance lessons with Debbie Weiss.

The Latin Peppers play hot Latin dance music and Latin jazz. They have been frequently featured at the Arcata Farmer's Market as well as recent performances at the Arcata I-Block Party, a sold out show at the Fortuna Concert Series. Dr D.J. has called the Peppers "Excellent! The best Latin band from Marin to Portland."

The group is led by Jimmy Durchslag on trombone and includes Orlando Morales on timbales, Jon Lewis on congas, Andy Barnett on trumpet, Tim Randles on piano and Lee Phillips on bass. 

Halloween lifts off with Planet 4. Vocalist Beth Wells steps out backed by Andy Barnett (keys and trumpet), Peter Weissman (bass), Orlando Morales (percussion), and special guest Jimmy D (trombone). Planet 4 brings funk and world music grooves, and jazz.

Tickets available online or Wildberries Market, Wildwood Music or call 822-1575 to reserve.

 
 
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Friday, November 1 at 8 pm
T Sisters

Sibling Harmony
Tickets $15 & $13

The T Sisters are a vocally driven Americana trio known to captivate audiences with close harmonies, inventive arrangements, and plenty of sass. When performing their lively set of originals and covers—sometimes in arresting a capella—they call to mind classic girl groups past: from the Andrews Sisters and The Ronettes to The Roches and the Dixie Chicks. Touching on elements of folk, gospel, bluegrass and soul, the T Sisters weave evocative stories from their daily lives and wild-running imaginations. With this year’s release of their dynamic debut full-length, Kindred Lines, the T Sisters have solidified a sound that is at once modern and timeless.

Fresh off of their opening performance at Center Arts for Amos Lee, the T Sisters will charm you will their wonderful music.

Tickets at Wildberries Marketplace or 822-1575.


 
 
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Wednesday, November 5 at 8 pm
Jane Siberry

Canadian Singer-songwriter
with guest pianist Tim Randles
Tickets $30 general & $25 students/members

More than thirty years after her first musical release, Toronto native Jane Siberry is
renowned as one of contemporary music's most creative and innovative artists - with eleven
major recordings, her own independent label, and the acclaim of fans and peers alike.
Interview Magazine called her a “superstar of the imagination with a passion for the truth.” In a word, The London Times said Siberry is “Spellbinding” and Melody Maker a “Genius.”

Siberry’s songs have been covered by numerous artists, with particular success by
k.d lang. She has collaborated with Brian Eno, Peter Gabriel, Emmylou Harris, Joe Jackson, the Indigo Girls and more. Wim Wenders included her “Calling All Angels” in the film Until the End of the World, and the song has since been used in Pay It Forward, Six Feet Under, Deadwood and more.

An early album went gold and established her as a Canadian pop star and Siberry began to
receive awards and international attention. Her unique musical vision caught the ear of Eno
in 1993 and he produced tracks on her album When I Was A Boy. The song “Calling All
Angels” (a duet with k.d. lang) became her biggest commercial success and garnered her
worldwide acclaim.

In 2002, Rhino Records produced Love Is Everything, an anthology and tribute to Siberry’s
work. She was honored by the Canada Council as outstanding artist in the field of music
with the 2005 Victor Martyn Lynch-Staunton Award. In 2006 she had her debut concert
at Carnegie Hall as part of the Zankel series.

Her disinclination to follow fads, trends and fashions has been Siberry’s signature from
the earliest days of her musical career. Her unending desire to find and describe the
essence of human experience has led her through numerous musical inventions in a
multitude of forms, earning her the passionate loyalty of music-lovers world-wide.

Tickets at Wildberries Marketplace or 822-1575.


 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



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