JUNE 8, Saturday (hiphop/spoken word day), with The
Ones, Lyric (Leeda Jones), SheemOne TheMc, Roberto Hess
JULY 13, Saturday
Peace Jones, Liam Christopher McKay, Keith Kimmel, Bill Ramsey
AUGUST 11, Sunday
Samadhi trance Goa DJs
MARCH 27 (Wednesday), show starts 7:30 PM, ends with open mic
Gravy Series presents CALEB BEISSERT, reading from his book,
“BEAUTIFUL: Poems of Federico García Lorca & Pablo Neruda.”
With guests SYDNEY McMATH, singer songwriter, and PASCKIE PASCUA,
16 (Saturday), show starts 8PM.
WIND WHISPERS PEACE
Rev. Syd and the Homewreckers, The Caleb Beissert Band, Brief
Awakening, with Liam McKay, Pasckie Pascua, Jadwiga McKay.
NC 28806. (828) 225-9782
1 (Friday), 8PM.
McMATH (singer songwriter) and PASCKIE PASCUA share a
bill at Little River Coffee Bar (188 West Main Street, Spartanburg SC
29306). With guest, Jadwiga McKay, Jaime Lauren Webb. FREE
THIS SPRING and SUMMER, 2013: (1) New Wave dance party in June, and
(2) more “Food Poets Society” (music poetry food). AND “Bonfires
for Peace” in Manila and Baguio City (Philippines), coinciding with
“Bonfires for Peace at Pritchard Park,” Asheville in North
Carolina. Music, art, poetry, food, community, peace—and more good
stuff in between. [Produced and organized by Donna Phoebe Pascua and
our DONORS and SUPPORTERS (for this year): Bruisin' Ales, Fired Up!
Loved by the Buffalo, Malaprop's, Moe's, Mellow Mushroom, Neo
Cantina, Old Europe, ScreenDoor, SOLA (Asheville's Therapeutic Salt
Cave), Westville Pub. AND Jon Seven and Chris Johnson for the
posters; Federico Boyd Sulapas Dominguez for the art.
TIPS and LOVE are shared and go to the Traveling Bonfires' “Bonfires
for Peace at Pritchard Park,” free events in Asheville, April to
August, our continuing community projects, and overseas humanitarian
efforts. The Traveling Bonfires roam the country, ushering arts and
music events and bringing people together in celebration of peace and
multicultural connectedness. INFO: Call Marta Osborne at 828 280 1555
or email email@example.com
is a friend and supporter of the Traveling Bonfires. She
donated copies of her book, “Desert Quotes,” to our community
projects/events. She has more books in her website
that you may be interested to purchase. MariJo is of Cherokee, Irish
and Dutch ancestry; author, artist, poet, essayist, lecturer, editor,
anthologist, publisher, workshop presenter, spiritual advisor/medium.