Mondays at the Myrna 2013
Monday, June 3
$15 Adults, $10 Students
Five local companies, Image Dancing, LastChance BellyDance, Big Sky DanceWorks, Creative Arts Center, and Cassidy-Mallon Irish Dancers will bring local dancers and a mix of hip hop, belly dance, Irish, jazz, tap, breakdance, and contemporary to the Myrna stage
Monday, June 10
Noted Native American flutist and recording artists will bring the sounds of his newThe Native American Music Award nominated “Open Your Hearts” for “Best Instrumental Album
Monday, June 24
Renowned as one of “The Irish Tenors,” Ronan Tynan is sought after for major Irish and American events (White House Governor’s Ball, Pres. Reagan’s funeral, the 2008 Papal Mass at Yankee Stadium) to sing the classic songs he has made his own. It is a unique opportunity to see a world renowed voice in the intimacy of the Myrna.
The Kelley Ash Band
Sunday, June 30
New York City- based jazz vocalist Kelly Ash blends jazz, folk, soul and pop to create an original sound. Kelly seamlessly fuses the intricacies of jazz with contemporary singer-songwriter stylings, performing fresh, original arrangements of jazz standards and contemporary covers from songwriters such as Tom Waits, Sting, The Fleet Foxes, Nick Drake, and Jeff Buckley.
Rickie Lee Jones
Monday, July 1
Singing her iconic hits, as well as work from her latest album, Rickie Lee Jones is another opportunity to see a great artist in the intimacy of the Myrna Loy Center. Reviews include: "Rickie Lee Jones has made a career out of surprising people. She takes on these iconic tracks fearlessly and never disappoints." – NPR "Her skeletal "Sympathy for the Devil," with a barely there guitar line, is a model of spooky minimalism... "The Devil You Know" is exceedingly pretty. “St. James Infirmary memorable" - Los Angeles Times
The Gibson Brothers
Monday, July 8
The Gibson Brothers took home the 2012 Entertainer of the Year Award at the 23rd annual International Bluegrass Music Awards at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium. The same night they won the “Gospel Recorded Performance of the Year” award for “Singing As We Rise.”Help My Brother, their tenth album, won the prestigious 2011 IBMA Album of the Year Award.
Monday, July 15
Pug and released his full-length debut “Messenger” in 2010. The album was met with critical acclaim, with Paste Magazine saying “Unless your surname is Dylan, Waits, Ritter or Prine, you could face-palm yourself to death trying to pen songs half as inspired as the 10 tracks on Joe Pug’s debut full-length.” He toured incessantly behind the album, which included appearances at Lollapalooza, Bonnaroo, and the Newport Folk Fest as well as tours with Josh Ritter and Levon Helm featuring h is latest album, “The Great Despiser.”
Family Fun Summer Show: Michael Cooper Masked Marvels and Wondertales
Monday, July 22
$10 Students/ $15 Adults
Michael Cooper spins tales and weaves stories using an unusual and colorful cast of characters. Creating a world where dogs wear hats, wild stallions are tamed, giant noses sneeze and fish bait candy to catch children in a pond, Masked Marvels & Wondertales is an unforgettable experience. Referencing his childhood growing up on a ranch, Michael Cooper captivates his audience with tales of thrilling adventure, silly antics and outlandish possibilities. A show for all ages
Martin Holt Film Festival
Monday, August 1
The annual festival highlights the work of local film and videomakers.
Monday, August 5
Hard-rocking blues-soaked guitarist/vocalist/song-writer Tinsley Ellis sings and plays with the energy and soul of all the great Southern musicians who have come before him. Ellis attacks his music with rock power and blues feeling, following in the tradition of Deep South musical heroes Atlanta Magazine declared Ellis "the most significant blues artist to emerge from Atlanta since Blind Willie McTell." “In the last five years, no one has released more consistently excellent blues albums than Atlanta's Tinsley Ellis, and his latest project “MOMENT OF TRUT” once again validates his status Billboard.com
Thursday, August 8
With her sultry voice, Suzanne Vega seamlessly joins her poetry and contemporary folk song including hits like “Luka” and “Tom’s Diner” with a sound that is utterly unique and identifiable to her alone. A pioneer among singer-songwriters, her music was a major influence on the 1990’s
Tickets can be purchased at the Myrna Loy Center by calling the Box Office at 443-0287 or following the links above.
Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday Noon-7:30 PM
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