March To May, Avery Burke, And Christopher Vaulri Orton @ Beery House Concert

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March To May, Avery Burke, And Christopher Vaulri Orton @ Beery House Concert
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The Beery House says
If you like a dash of romance in your live music, the duo, March to May, also known as Darren Guyaz and his sweetheart, Beth Wesche are bringing overlays of their Celtic harp, guitar,keyboards, and vocal harmonies to the Beery House!
"NW Island Folk Pop", encompassing a distinctive sound born of what the couple calls an unmistakable chemistry- speaking to the heart.
Guyaz, born in Montana,raised in the northern Appalachians, college back in Montana, headed south. On a goat farm in Patagonia he began writing songs...
Wesche spent her formative years wandering through the Andes (weeu, weeu), She was first captivated by the Celtic harp while she was living in Ashland, Ore.
Already a classically trained singer, she learned to play the instrument, but then she moved away to the East Coast. Music took a back seat to other pursuits.
In December 2012, Wesche came back West, to Seattle’s Fremont neighborhood (weeu, weeu: Dusty Strings).
She met Guyaz there, and the two knew pretty soon after that they could make music together. They wrote their first song as a duo in March 2013 in a little cabin on Orcas Island.
The next two months “were extremely significant and formative for us,” Guyaz said. By late spring, they had settled on the name March to May.

<www.marchtomay.com>

Avery Burke is not new to the Beery House. You'll recognize him as the lead singer of Corpus Collasum, (sadly disbanded). Honestly, I cannot describe Avery-though 'muscle folk' is not far off the mark. An all time favorite of the Beery house, you will not be idle.

<https://averyburke.bandcamp.com/album/six-songs-for-lisa>

Christopher (Greenchild, Christophoro, Valauri-Orton) is also not new to us, though every time he performs, it is such a transition, you will think it is a first time. A remarkable local innovator, he can take you where no keyboard has gone before!

An all ages and by donation venue.
Potluck at 6:30 (bring something to share)
Music at 8:00 (bring $ to support these talented musicians)
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By: The Beery House

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