Uncategorized | May 25, 2010
Miss “V” the Gypsy Cowbelle, a WAC roster artist from Cora, sends word about an upcoming road trip:
I’ll be playing at two libraries in Eureka and Arcada, CA, June 9 and 10 at at 6:30 p.m. doing kids’ programs, and one at Hoedown in Eureka (Six Rivers Brewery) for adults on June 12 at noon. Then I’ll be at the International House and Faculty Club at University of California at Berkeley on June 16-17. I’ll be performing originals and western history for foreign students, then cowboy tunes for the Facullty Club Southwest BBQ.
I’ll be working on recording my next CD (which you’ll hear about when grant season rolls around!!) at a mountain biker bar for Father’s Day, June 16. I hope to be up to Spokane, WA, for a couple shows before closing the tour in Peoa, UT on July 2 (6:30 p.m. at Woodenshoe Park) as part of the Mountaintown Music Summer Concert Series. The “Dandelion Wine” documentary with the Western Folklife Center will immediately follow.
The digstation web site has decribed V’s music as “Cowbilly music, integrating the tones of free-spirited-troubadour folk, Old- Nashville-classic country, dusty-trail-round-the-campfire cowboy and old-timey-Appalachian stomp, sure to make you laugh, cry, ponder and dance.”