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Studio Session Live Benefit Concert

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Plymouth, MA— Studio Session Live, a local organization that produces live radio shows with popular musicians, will host a benefit concert at the Plymouth Moose Lodge on Sunday, August 9, 2015 from 12:30pm to 5:00pm in support of Plymouth 400, Inc., the non-profit organization planning the events and programs commemorating the 400th anniversary of the Mayflower voyage and the founding of Plymouth Colony. Tickets are $20 and are now available online.
Guest artists will include Monica Rizzio, Richard Berman, Jane Fallon, each of whom are nationally-celebrated folk musicians from across the country. Dave Palmater of Boston radio fame will host this show, which will also be recorded for public radio in the US, Canada, and New Zealand. The series is produced by Bob Crownfield of Plymouth, who has produced public access television programs, concerts, open mic nights, and programs for public radio.
“We wanted to bring a mini folk festival with amazing artists to this town and we thought a good beneficiary of this fundraiser would be Plymouth 400, as the 400th anniversary will really be a celebration of American culture,” said Bob Crownfield, Producer at Studio Session Live. “Most of our music in these shows is folk but that covers a very wide range of styles and genres. To us lyrics and ideas and melodies and harmonies are very important. What we are looking for is the musicians who write and perform music that stays in your mind, the words and ideas and melodies and harmonies that come back to haunt you.”
The Plymouth Moose Lodge is located at 601 State Road in Plymouth, MA. Online ticketing is available until two days before the event, and cash tickets will be available at the door.
About Plymouth 400, Inc.
Plymouth 400, Inc. is a not-for-profit organization in Plymouth, Massachusetts formed to lead the planning and execution of programs and events commemorating the 400th anniversary of the Mayflower voyage and the founding of Plymouth Colony in 1620. The Plymouth 400 Anniversary will highlight the cultural contributions and American traditions that began with the interaction of the Wampanoag and English peoples, a story that significantly shaped the building of America.
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