2018, March, 3, 7:00 PM

You can pay $15.00 now via Paypal (send the money to me at notbob@tessellation.com)

or you can pay $18.00 at the door.
All proceeds go to the performers.

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The Program:

The Kelly Riley Band

"Songs of Love, Loss, and Redemption"

Award-winning singer-songwriter Kelly Riley performs an evening of original songs and favorite "covers", accompanied by a group of seasoned Boston-area musicians.

The Musicians:

The Kelly Riley Band is:

Kelly Riley (guitar/piano/vocals) is an award-winning singer-songwriter, accomplished multi-instrumentalist and Berklee College of Music Alum. Kelly has shared the stage with many notable musicians, including: Willie Nelson, Lyle Lovett, and Patty Griffin. Several of her songs have been featured internationally on TV programs and commercials. Riley has performed throughout the US and her songs are hued with her love of Folk-Rock, Country, and Blues. Kelly's vocal and songwriting styles are drawn from a vast array of influences, including: Bonnie Raitt, Lucinda Williams, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Shawn Colvin, Sheryl Crow, Eva Cassidy, The Eagles, Carole King, James Taylor, Linda Ronstadt, Smokey Robinson, and Etta James.

Raleigh Green (guitar) is an award-winning musician, educator, author, visual artist and developer. He is the author of "The Guitar Style Resource" (Alfred) and "Guitar Atlas: Jamaica" (Alfred). Raleigh graduated Summa Cum Laude from the Berklee College of Music, where he was the recipient of the B.E.S.T Scholarship, the Professional Music Award, and the Quincy Jones Award. Raleigh performs in numerous bands throughout New England, including Kelly Riley Band, Laura Vecchione, and Water.

Jim Treacy (cajon/percussion) is a versatile and seasoned musician and has performed and recorded with many bands throughout his career, including: The Make, Digney Fignus, Johnny A, John Cate, and Jandee Lee Porter.

John Pfister (bass/vocals) has been playing bass, singing, and recording for decades with many Boston-area best performers such as Asa Brebner and Robin Lane (of Robin Lane and the Chartbusters). John is also the owner and head engineer at Ringo Studios in Marblehead, MA.

Ron Wilhelmsen (harmonica) is a self taught musician with a natural and soulful delivery. Born and raised in NYC, he has called Boston home since 1998. Ron has been playing harmonica for eleven years and enjoys every moment. He has performed with a number of singer-songwriters in the Boston area, including award-winning singer-songwriter, Amy Correia.

For more information about Kelly, visit her web site.

For samples of Kelly's music, visit cdbaby.

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