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Fanwood Cultural Arts Performance Series
Opening Performance of 2013 Spring Season,
Saturday, April 13, 7:00 PM


Michaela McClain
Michaela McClain

Michaela McClain is a singer/songwriter whose folky/soul sound is reminiscent of Alicia Keys, Amy Winehouse and James Taylor. Her warm groove creates an atmosphere of love that is irresistible.

"Music is the greatest gift of my life. It brings me peace, a means of expression and lots of joy. I was lucky enough to be introduced to some great music as a child…everything from Carlos Jobim, to Ella Fitzgerald, to the Indigo Girls. Bossa nova, soulful jazz and rich harmonies influenced my musical taste early on."



Ethan Murphy
Ethan Murphy

Novel, empathetic and genuine rock artist Ethan Murphy writes from the most intimate and spirited place in his soul.

Influenced by artists such as Aaron Lewis, Bill Withers and Chris Corrnell, he is currently finishing his upcoming album Last Light of Day that evokes his solicitude for humanity.

Originally from New Jersey, Ethan Murphy has been playing music for as long as he can remember. Exposed to music at a very young age, his studies included percussion and violin. Since a young lad his admiration for music grew with each note he heard and learned to play. Though he has performed all over the US with various bands including Scars Of Envy, his heart strums to the beat of acoustic, melodic rock...with an edge.



Intermission with South Martine Avenue Deli sandwiches and pizza
Refreshments

As usual we will be offering refreshments for sale, during the intermissions. South Martine Avenue Deli will be adding some of their favorite appetizers and pizza samples to our ussual home made cookies etc.... Entertainment during intermission will be supplied by Nathan Graham on Piano.

Experience great performances in a historic setting right in your own back yard! Suggested donation is $10, $5 for seniors and students.

This program is made possible in part by a HEART (History, Education, Arts Reaching Thousands) Grant from the Union County Board of Chosen Freeholders.