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Two Villages Concert featuring GrooveLily w/ The Alfred James Band

On Saturday, March 28, a benefit concert for the Phoenix Village Art Center and Adesha Village will be held at the Colonial Theatre.

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03/28/2009

Just your average violin/keyboard/drums theatrical power trio!
Start Time: 8:00 PM
Location: The Colonial Theatre 227 Bridge Street Phoenixville

GrooveLily returns to Phoenixville to perform for a very special benefit concert, the Two Villages Concert. The Two Villages Concert benefits the Phoenix Village Art Center and Adesha Village. Tickets range between $28-$125 and can be purchased at http://steelcitycoffee.stores.yahoo.net/3gratcoth8pm.html. Group tickets rates are available, please contact Jane at paba@discoverphoenixville.com.

New York City trio GrooveLily inhabits that contemporary space where creative musicians ignore the boundaries laid down by words like rock, folk, jazz and pop. Intelligent original songs with no shortage of wit connect lush musical textures and soaring vocals with the blazing six-string electric violin of Valerie Vigoda, the lightning-fingered piano of Brendan Milburn, and the joyful drums of Gene Lewin. With backgrounds in classical music, musical theater, jazz and rock, the three members of GrooveLily are making a new music that’s all their own. The success of their first concert-musical, the critically-acclaimed holiday show STRIKING 12, has led them farther into the world of theater, where they have carved out a unique niche as a rock band writing and performing shows.

Artist booking and sound production services were through Iron Town Productions (www.irontownproductions.com)
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