Friday, February 15, 2008

Music is in the air...

I know this is terribly late notice and that everyone has very busy social calendars, but if anyone is still searching for something really fun to do this Saturday evening (February 16th), then boy oh boy do I have a suggestion! Yes, tomorrow night Leela and Ellie Grace will be performing at Windsor Auditorium on the Stephens College Campus (1405 E. Broadway) in celebration of the release of their second album, "Where the Waters Run". The fun begins at 7:30pm (doors at 7) and is a family friendly event. The cost for admission is $10 for adults and $5 for the kiddos.

Astute letterboxers will recognize immediately the connection between these two local musicians and our dear hobby from the 'Favorite Music' PLB ring of last spring. Foxfire was kind enough to introduce our community to some of Leela & Ellie's beautiful music from their first album, and in doing so, introduce Leela and Ellie to letterboxing as well! I say we should continue this if hearing their phenomenal music live isn't enough motivation to come on out tomorrow night, I might add that I wouldn't encourage letterboxers to come to an "event" without a little extra incentive, if you know what I mean. So, here's what you do... visit Leela and Ellie's website or page (follow the links at the end of this post), listen to a bit of their music online, and then come to the concert tomorrow night. Find me there (at an inconspicuous time, of course) and mention that you believe "Letterboxing is our Common Ground". You'll get a little something special for your collection and an evening full of great music! I can't think of anything better than that! Letterboxing and music?! What? I might faint. But I won't.

Follow these links for more info (myspace has music you can listen to):


Fox-fyr said...

I, unfortunately, was quite ill on Saturday night an unable to attend. Any chance they are still in town and can autograph CDs? Where are their CDs available for sale?

OneMeanGreenBean said...

Sadly they are not still in Columbia. They'll both be back the beginning of April for the Big Muddy Folk Festival though, so you can catch an autograph then!