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About Annie Wells
Annie Wells will be performing songs from her soon to be released 6th CD,”Lonely Hearts Club”. Jeff Spevak of Gannett newspaper says that she has “one of the nicest singing voices around” and the late, great Chuck Cuminale (Colorblind James) said her voice “is amazing.” But Annie Wells is more than just another pretty voice; she has a passion for creating songs that travel both to the troubled places of the heart and to the light of hope. Scott Gudell of Freetime Magazine once wrote: “As an experienced story teller, she’s constantly casting below the surface in search of deeper meanings.” Annie’s influences include Laura Nyro, Joni Mitchell and Billie Holiday. Since she was 17 years old, Annie has delighted audiences with her sweet and soulful vocals and jazzy piano performances in venues large and small.
About Alan Whitney & The Healing Committee
Western N.Y. singer-songwriter, guitarist, and recording artist Alan Whitney writes songs about guys who steal Cadillacs and have rope burns on their fingers from holdin’ on too long. Whitney rocks his own rhythm and soul Americana music. Early on, he worked as a singer-songwriter in Los Angeles and Nashville developing his music in legendary venues like The Troubadour and The Palomino on bills with such luminary Americana artists as Alison Krauss, Jim Lauderdale, Lucinda Williams and Dave Alvin. Alan will be joined onstage by The Healing Committee Band featuring multi-instrumentalist Timmy P. Pitcher and returning Rolling Hills Radio performer Kathryn Koch.
About Rolling Hills Radio
Host Ken Hardley brings a mix of hard-working, frequently touring musicians, singers and songwriters to the Studio Theater stage for an intimate evening of live music, interview, storytelling and more. Rolling Hills Radio, a creation of producer/host Ken Hardley, is an ongoing series featuring live musical performances from regional, national & internationally recognized artists exploring, celebrating, and performing grassroots Americana music. Whether blues, classical, bluegrass, folk, traditional country, rockabilly, jazz, or pop the music reflects the heart of the musician and the human condition.
Each concert is recorded with you – the live audience – then broadcast the following week on WRFA-LP 107.9 Radio For The Arts. For tickets call (716) 484-7070.