Dala with Mustard's Retreat
Amanda Walther and Sheila Carabine formed Dala shortly after meeting in a Scarborough, Ontario high school music class. The duos name was formed by combining the last two letters or their first names.
From high school to Torontos famed Massey Hall, Dala has come a long way in a short time. These two best friends have brought their signature style of harmony-driven acoustic pop music to audiences across Canada, earning four Canadian Folk Music Award nominations along the way.
Now bringing their talents south of the border, Dala was the only Canadian act invited to perform at the 50th anniversary of the Newport Folk Festival earlier this year.
Official Website: www.DalaGirls.com
Song Samples: www.MySpace.com/DalaGirls
David Tamulevich and Michael Hough are celebrating 35 years as Mustards Retreat, one of the Midwests best folk duos.
The pair met in 1974 and first sang together at an open-mike at Ark coffeehouse in Ann Arbor. They were immediately asked back for a showcase night, and within a couple of months were the "house band" at a local bookstore. Within a year, they were gigging full time at pubs, colleges, concerts and coffeehouses.
Through the years, Mustards Retreat has built a strong following of fans who adore their performances that range from silly to sincere, and their unsurpassed ability to connect with an audience. Were excited to present the duo that singer/songwriter Garnet Rogers said, "represents everything that is best about folk music."
"A pleasure to see and hear. Music to cure what ails you." - Michigan Times
"Uplifting...joyful..the missing link between the traditional and the contemporary." - Anne Saunders, programmer for the Falcon Ridge Folk Festival
Official Website & Song Samples: www.mustardsretreat.com
Columbus Performing Arts Center (Van Fleet)
549 Franklin Avenue
Columbus, OH 43215
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