Linda Tillery and Nina Gerber
Embarking on a journey as a duo, when asked about how the project came about, Linda Tillery replied, We just pick songs we like and we have fun with them." "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot" as a funky, up-tempo Bo Diddly-flamenco kind of a thing?
An old Kinks classic showing its blues roots when it gets all slow and slinky?
It's all part of the fun, and there's plenty more where that came from. Drums, bass, rhythm and lead guitar, Nina can turn one guitar into a whole band where nobody ever overplays.
Nina Gerber's name may be new to some, but most people have heard her play. If you've listened to music by Kate Wolf, Ferron, Nanci Griffith, Greg Brown or any number of acoustic artists, you know some of her work. She is one of those artists that other artists take note of: a guitarist with great technique and a very musical imagination whose prime concern is the song, not how much people notice her playing on it. These two old friends give each other all the room to move any artist could want and they have no fear of flying. With more than 60 years of experience between the two of them, you know they have what they need to have fun.
Occidental Community Church
Second and Church Streets
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|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|