TRACY HOWE - "Bring Me Some Peace" ALBUM RELEASE CONCERT
RESTORATION VILLAGE ARTS presents TRACY HOWE
WHAT: Album Release Concert for Tracy Howe's long-awaited project "Bring Me Some Peace"
Tracy will perform songs in a beautiful acoustic space from the new album, along with deep cuts from her previous touring and recording career and as-yet unreleased tracks coming in 2018!
Opening Act: YOLONDA COLES JONES (!)
WHEN: Thursday, August 24, 730pm
WHERE: In the sanctuary of The Haven at 112 Market St in Charlottesville, VA
WHO: All attendees will receive a limited edition physical pressing of "Bring Me Some Peace" - which will be released internationally on iTunes the following day (available for pre-order August 1).
HOW: Tickets are $20, and $10 for students. All proceeds benefit the vision and work of Restoration Village Arts, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Restoration Village Arts is a retreat, learning and action community for artists and ministers who are creating resources within today's movements of liberation. Tracy is founder of RVA and an endowed fellow.
MORE ABOUT TRACY: Tracy is a musician, producer, theologian and pastor. She is the Minister for Community and Congregational Engagement for Justice and Witness Ministries (JWM) in the National Setting of the the United Church of Christ. As the MCCE she works with artists and ministers to translate the many powerful resources of JWM into music and liturgy for the local church setting and develop art, creative advocacy initiatives and more to help communities and congregations encounter and process complex realities in the context of the progressive theology and justice commitments of the UCC. In tandem, she helps guide the vision of Restoration Village Arts while producing music, liturgies and theological works with/in todays specific and intersecting movement of liberation, resourcing communities, institutions and individuals in holistically seeking justice and beauty in all their efforts.
Tracys music career began touring full-time, performing at colleges, in homes and coffee shops, and leading worship and workshops throughout the United States and Latin America reaching over 1000 campuses, churches and communities after a decade of full time pursuit. During this time, she founded Restoration Village Arts, allowing her to work alongside communities who were actively seeking new expressions of arts, worship and theology in their local contexts. She produced several albums during that time under the creative moniker for her band, The Restoration Project.
"Bring Me Some Peace" heralds an exciting new chapter for Tracy's musical career and the mission of Restoration Village Arts. Look out for the release of a bold new double-album in 2018!
The Haven (View)
112 West Market Street
Charlottesville, VA 22902
|Minimum Age: 12|
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|