A Night of Musical Medicine
Sat (5/6) 7:30
- $75.00 to benefit the Blue Ridge Free Clinic
Please join us for a beautiful night of live music and community!
A Night of Musical Medicine is back,
and we hope to continue to help raise awareness and funds for all the great services
Blue Ridge Free Clinic offers to the medically underserved in our community .
Amy Martin and Big Sky Quartet will grace the stage for an intimate show,
with all proceeds from ticket sales going directly back to the Free Clinic.
Sponsors are invited to a private Cocktail Hour prior to the show at Magpie- invitations and details to follow.
Interested in becoming a sponsor? Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Originally from Harrisonburg, Virginia, Amy Martin spent the majority of her adult life in her beloved hometown. She was first inspired by female powerhouse singers like Martina McBride and Ella Fitzgerald, but after finishing high school she found herself fronting a bluegrass band called Many Nights Ahead. In 2021, Martin packed up her car and moved to Denver, immediately booking herself at every gig she could find to try and plant some roots in the local music community. After leaving it all behind, Martin came right back to the Shenandoah Valley for the making of her upcoming album, with Grammy-winning producer and musician Chance McCoy, formerly of Old Crow Medicine Show. On her upcoming album, Martin displays compassionate confidence, born from years of developing not only a musical voice but a certain outlook on life.
Big Sky Quartet is an original four piece roots/folk music act based in Central Pennsylvania. The members of the band all bring a shared love of music and passion for performing to the group. Sarah Fiore is the bands’ songwriter and guitarist. She has been writing melody, lyrics, and guitar for the act since 2008 and continues to write and grow as an artist over the years by dedicating her insight and passion for songwriting and collaborating. On vocals, accordion, penny whistle, and autoharp, Jason Whetstone brings a depth of musical genius to the group with his professional background in sound engineering and years of experience in theater, singing, and musical collaborations. He is a mastermind when building harmonies with the group and his ability to play multiple instruments throughout performances is a joy for audiences to experience. On drums, Kelly McClain is one of the founding members of the group. He brings a unique and powerful energy to the drum kit and lifts the music up to another level with his talents. Entirely self taught, Kelly brings his passion for music in the styles of blues and roots music to the group. On vocals and hand percussion is Jennifer Hara. Her deep love of moving people through music is easily seen and felt on stage with her passionate and powerful voice, and her energy throughout the performances. All four members come together to bring you music that has been called ‘beautiful, deep, uplifting, and moving’, and the harmonies have been recognized as the best in the area, winning the award of ‘Best Trio’ for the Central PA Hall of Fame in 2020.
A Night of Musical Medicine
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