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Pg 10 • March 2020 • UPBEAT TIMES, INC.


Upbeat’s Spring Guide#1 Musical Notes in Sonoma County by Shekeyna Black shekeyna@gmail.com


Sonoma County, CA. ~ Celebrate Women’s His- tory Month with some exceptional musicians! First stop, a Benefit Concert on the eve of International Women’s Day, Saturday, March 7 at Hopmonk Sebas- topol. The evening fea- tures Dirty Cello, fronted by Rebecca Roudman; additionally, fans will de- light in a performance by Jazz Diva, Stella Heath. Also, on the line-up are Shelby Lanterman, Claudia Russell, as well as the Muted Jewel Tones. Roudman ex- plains, “Proceeds from this concert will bene- fit The Living Room, a


day center in Sonoma County serving home- less and at-risk women and their children.” ~


Welcome back longtime Sonoma County favorite singer, songwriter, com- poser, educator, and pianist Sarah Baker, in an extraordinary cel-


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ebration of Women’s History Month at Oc- cidental Center for the Arts on Saturday, March 14. According to the ar- tist’s bio, “Working from her southern influences rooted in Memphis blues, Muscle Shoals soul, and Nashville country and gospel, Sarah Baker is a different kind of Americana artist who uses her roots and her gritty, soulful vocals to forge a unique blend of soul/blues music with a rock edge.” She will be playing selections from her latest release, “Bak- er’s Dozen” along with other songs, (see CD Review in this issue.) ~


Honoring Women’s History month at Red- wood Cafe with sev- eral epic shows as follows: Kate Mag-


dalena’s CD Release on Tuesday, March 10, this is a free concert, (see CD Review in this issue.) Dance the night away to the Stephanie Teel Band on Friday, March 13 and the An- nie Sampson Band on Friday, March 20. Re- lax at a seated show by the talented Shana Morrison & Caledonia on Saturday, March 21. (Note: she is the daugh- ter of music legend, Sir Van Morrison.) Enjoy a very special treat on Tuesday, March 31 with members of the Santa Rosa Symphony, Flutist, Jane Shelly and Harpist, Anna Maria Mendieta as they explore four cen- turies of music; includ- ing, dances from the Baroque era, songs of Mozart, arias from grand opera, scenes from Im- pressionism as well


as dances and songs of South America and Spain.


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Other notable shows are The doRiaN Mode, fea- turing Dorian Bartley on vocals and upright bass, performing on Saturday, March 7 at The Big Easy in Petaluma. Also, female lead-


singer, Sandy House along with AfroFunk Experience bring their dance music to Hop- monk Sebastopol on the 14th.


Make it a point to listen


to music your favorite women singers and mu- sicians during the Month of March and throughout the year!


Always laugh when you can. It is cheap medicine. — Lord Byron


Shekeyna


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