Goodnight Moonshine

Goodnight Moonshine

With Rosemerry Wahtola Trommer

A Pickin’ Productions and Paradise Theatre Presentation

Saturday, May 18 7:00pm doors/7:30pm start
Tickets: $25 presale / $30 at door
Tickets available online

Goodnight Moonshine is a guitar and vocal duet, and a musical marriage in all senses. The Duo combines the evocative voice and songwriting of Molly Venter, with Eben Pariser’s adventurous guitar playing. The result is folk music with a depth of improvisation and tonal subtlety usually reserved for jazz. Molly is well known for her sublime singing in the prominent female-vocal-group Red Molly, while Eben cut his teeth as a street performer in New York City, playing guttural music of New Orleans with his band Roosevelt Dime.

Opening the show is Western Colorado’s spoken word/poet/musician Rosemerry Wahtola Trommer and Steve Law.

This is the 5th concert in our 2024 Pickin’ in Paradise series. More on the series at Pickin Productions.

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