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I am beyond excited. My friend Joel is out on his fall tour, and he has decided to stop in Mosier and play for us, in my 100 year old barn.
Please join us for this very special music event.
Doors open at 7:30
No need for tickets. This event is open to the public and “free” however, there is a suggested donation of $10.00-$15.00.
Space is limited so please RSVP to email@example.com
About the artist:
National emerging folk/indie artist Joel Van Horne, aka Covenhoven, is based out of Denver and has dubbed his new critically acclaimed album the ocean record, because he wrote the songs while touring and exploring the west coast over the past 2 years.
“Joel Van Horne’s gift: the ability to fill oceans of meaning through simple use of poetry, guitar and voice.” Keven Johnston of Bandwagon
“Poetic verses sung with a brilliantly delivered cadence of thoughtful pauses and broken phrasing coupled with a vibe of naturalist writings the likes of John Muir, the first album set the tone, and opened the first chapter of the Covenhoven story. For his second album, The Wild and Free he tapped into the allure of Edward Abbey and Canyonlands National Park, and though he didn’t realize it at the time, those two setting-oriented albums set the course of a loose concept that Van Horne said is still revealing itself.” Brian F Johnson, Marquee Magazine
About the venue:
Cherry Hill Farm is a private residence, but in a former life it was a wedding venue. The barn is incredibly special, being over 100 years old and still holds it’s original, functional charm while simultaneously impressing us with new features like a dance floor and chandelier.
Seating: We will be sitting on hay bales. I will provide some blankets to cover them and make them more comfortable, but feel free to bring a blanket if you want.
Parking: Will be in a field near the barn. Look for and follow the signs.
September 20 2019