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15
October
Saturday

Rebecca Folsom Sorry Canceled

October 15 @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
$12 – $18
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Rebecca is back touring again and back on our ACMA stage!
Meet Rebecca Folsom
Rebecca Folsom’s music is all about love and the connection to our shared humanity. Her four-octave range dances from raw and powerful to sweetly tender, creating a deeply moving, edgy and elevated style. Her voice aims to the heart like a gentle bull’s eye, and cracks you open while filling you with hope. In short, her performances will “knock-you-to-your-knees.” (KUNC radio).
In her songs, she shares stories from her own life and from others’ lives, bringing to light the vulnerability and wisdom that we all share. Her words point like a compass into our deepest emotions, inviting us to find the courage to face our fears, embrace our dreams and choose to live our best life with loving-kindness as our guide.
Rebecca feels strongly that for humanity to thrive globally, the voices of all people must be heard. While writing her newest album, SANCTUARY, she reached out to established organizations representing marginalized communities. She hosted The Art of Vocal Freedom workshops, guiding participants in the discovery and expression of their unique voices, and then collaborated with the group in the writing of the songs for the album. These communities include, refugees, inmates, the aging, recovering addicts, as well as environmental leaders and people experiencing homelessness. “Her songs hit like little earthquakes!” (Westword magazine).
Opening the show- ACMA Board VP, member and talented singer/songwriter, Bob Williams.
With encouragement from family and friends, he produced and released his first CD, No Apologies, in 2015. With his first CD well received, Bob released his second CD in 2018, Ain’t Sorry Yet. In 2020, he released his first CD with The Pearl Street Band, Rocky Road. In 2021 he released It’s Good To Be Back, his third solo album digitally.
Always eager to share amusing stories behind the lyrics, Bob’s songs are personal, irreverent, funny, sad, and most important, true to his heart.
Door donations:
$12 – Members
$18 – Non Members
Details
Date: October 15
Time: 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
Cost: $12 – $18
Venue
Address: 2756 McGregor Blvd.
Fort Myers, FL 33901

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