Get ready to raise your forks for pie, music and love!
Join Seattle musicians Sheryl Wiser, Alicia Healey and Jean Mann on Sunday, August 15th for the first live Pie + Persistence house concert since January, 2020, supporting the Black Farmers Collective and the Migrant Clinician's Network.
Doors open at 6 pm, music will start at 7.
There will $25 per person fee to attend. Additional donations encouraged and appreciated. ❤️
Capacity is limited to 50 people and advance reservations are required.
To make a reservation: https://bit.ly/3wmTpmm
Can't make the show but want to show some love? Donate $25 or more through August 15th and be entered to win in our P + P Raffle!
HOW TO DONATE
Venmo @Sheryl -Wiser
Questions? Post here or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Seattle-based singer, songwriter and guitarist Sheryl Wiser has crafted a soulful and uniquely compelling style of music combining elements of Americana, roots, blues, jazz, folk and rock. With her signature red Parker Fly guitar, Sheryl displays a dynamic range of percussive guitar work, coupled with a voice that embodies soul, depth and passion. In 2017 she launched Pie + Persistence, a house concert series supporting positive change in our communities and celebrate music, pie and coming together. To date, she's raised over $40,000.
Alicia Healey is a powerful vocalist, songwriter, producer and studio owner in Seattle, WA. She learned to sing from Barbara Streisand, Dolly Parton and Carly Simon; she learned to write from Gretchen Peters, Patty Griffin and Cat Stevens. Her passion for music started early, spending hours on the living room floor of her family's Iowa farmhouse (with a set of Robucks headphones and her dad's LP collection) and attending her hometown's symphony. Through her songs, you'll meet some interesting people and hear some intriguing stories.
For over 20 years, singer-songwriter jean mann has performed on big and small stages, and the living rooms, fields and patios of USA and Europe.With eight original albums in her catalogue, she shares musical tales of living life and the quiet in between. Ukulele and tenor guitar have become her signature sound to accompany a lilting voice and intimate connection with audiences.