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UPBEAT’s SUMMER Entertainment Guide #2 SHEKEYNA’s POSITIVE


July 13, 2019 by Shekeyna Black ~ shekeyna@gmail.com 6th Annual Windsor Chili Cook-Off


Windsor, CA. ~ The 6th An- nual Windsor Chili Cook-Off is a great fundraiser! It's held on Saturday, July 13th on the Windsor Town Green. It will be an exceptional day of killer CHILI with celebrity judges, great live music by the Twice


As Good band, and circling throughout will be members of the deadly


Resurrection


Roller Girls! More info? Contact


Lorene Email: Romero, info@windsorcham- ber.com or 707-838-7285


Every December, I host a tree-trimming party. I serve chili with cornbread and lots of good wine. It's a wonderful party,


and it shows how much adults like to play. Maya Angelou


Tooth Smile” with Shawna sweetly singing, “that’s what your Mama’s for, to


CD REVIEW’s


Sonoma County, CA. ~ Twin Soles put their heart and Soul into their 10-track Folk/ Americana CD en- titled


Mamalanna.


Shawna and Cory Herve’ are accom- plished


writers. Mamalanna’s gentle


singer-song- soothing


in-


strumentation and vo- cals are as comforting as a warm cup of tea. The love the couple shares is palpable in their


monies.


lyrics and har- Additionally,


Cory plays guitar and Shawna plays key- boards and melodica. “Gap


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remind you how to sing…” honors the maternal. “Road to the Sun” contains lyrical poetry, “flow your form into me, dance like drifting drops of mercury with constellation eyes…” And “Ernie’s Song” sung gracefully by Shawna on lead vocals sounds like some- thing you would be listen- ing to on an idyllic Sonoma County farm. “You Got Me” makes for a lovely wedding song, “keeping these two hearts happy and free...” Upbeat, danceable “Natural Flow” features Cory on lead vocals singing to his “sweet- est peach” that he’s ever seen! “So Many Someones” blends sweet harmonies by Twin So- les, “The sun is shining on


my body. I feel beautiful and I want to cry.” An American Folk Music masterpiece, “To Live is To Fly” written by Townes Van Zandt is beau- tifully done by Twin Soles. Written by an unknown com- poser, “Make Me Down a Pallet” is charmingly sung by Cory and Shawna who bring the imagery to life. Twin So- les gets bluesy in “When the Blues Walk Away.” Round- ing out the album is “Good- bye Elijah” with Shawna’s voice having an almost an- gelic quality. Besides Mr. and Mrs. Herve’, the other musicians on the album are: Michael Fortunato (horns), Gary Crel- ler


(bass), Corwin Zekley


(Violin), Patrick O’Connell (drums), Josh Yenne (pedal steel) along with Mike Em- erson (organ) on “Natural Flow”, Frank Riordan (har- monic,


keys) on “When


the Blues Walk Away” and George Chavez (cello). The bulk of the CD was expertly recorded and mixed by Harry Gale at Route 44 Studios in Sebastopol with the excep- tion of “Goodbye Elijah” that was recorded by Paul Lamb in Cotati. Visit the artists’ web- site at www.twinsolesmusic. com and get your copy of Mamalanna to support local music.


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