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23
August
Sunday

The Rough and Tumble Zoom! Andy Getch opens!

August 23 @ 7:00 am - 8:30 pm
$5 – $15.00
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Please join Andy Getch and The Rough and Tumble for our ACMA concert. You’ve seen them on our stage and perhaps in a house concert setting. Now you can see them live again via the cool interactive setting of Zoom!.
To reserve your spot for the ACMA R & T/Andy Getch Zoom concert go to
Suggested donation $5.00-$15.00 with 100% going to help support this Teeny/Tiny/Traveling Folk Band!
Here’s a bit more about the Rough and Tumble:
Nominated for Best Americana Song in the 2019 Independent Music Awards for “The Hardest Part,” voted The Listening Room Network’s 2019 Artist of the Year, and Southeast Regional Folk Alliance Official Showcase Artist in 2018, Graham & Tyler play over 150 shows a year. Gifted storytellers and perpetual collectors, The Rough & Tumble use a menagerie of instruments to illustrate the airwaves. Tyler takes the backbone with guitar, a suitcase drum & mailbox snare, adding in harmonica and percussion, while Graham multitasks with accordion, bells, banjulele, nose flutes, homemade percussion and toy piano among other oddities. The Rough & Tumble’s voices fluctuate between power and delicacy, demonstrating restraint while sinking the accelerator to give each song its due. Their close-harmony weaves interchangeably. They aren’t afraid to take an audience from the lighthearted to the gut wrenching, and they do it seamlessly, with care for their listeners and integrity to their craft.
www.theroughandtumble.com
And here’s a bit about Andy Getch..
ACMA founding member musician, former ACMA board member artist, house concert host and all around awesome guy will open the ZOOM concert for the Rough and Tumble.
If you’ve not used Zoom before here are some tips:
Wearing headphones or ear buds will increase the sound quality,
but you can also listen without them.
If you using a computer, after clicking the link you will get a screen that asks something like ‘Launch Zoom’? Your answer will be yes! If you are accessing from a phone, ipad or other tablet, you’ll need the Zoom app downloaded before you click the link.
When ‘entering’ the broadcast, we will have your video on—meaning everyone sees you. If you don’t want your video on—you can turn it off—in the lower left corner—click ‘stop video.’
You will be asked if you want to join with audio—you say ‘yes’ so that you can hear the show.
We will have your microphone muted so we don’t hear you. Occasionally we will unmute the audience for applause and Q & A, etc.
You will notice a ‘Chat’ feature at the bottom of your screen. (It’s a little dialogue bubble) You can chat to your fellow audience members by typing a message there. You can send your message to everyone in the ‘room’ or private message to individuals.
Details
Date: August 23
Time: 7:00 am - 8:30 pm
Cost: $5 – $15.00
Venue
Venue Name: On Line