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DIVNET  January 2000

DIVNET January 2000

Subject:

Benefit Concert Information

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"William.H.Williams" <[log in to unmask]>

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Diversity Ambassador <[log in to unmask]>

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Wed, 19 Jan 2000 11:43:36 -0500

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This concert will benefit the Sutic family to help with the expenses being
incurred in the treatment of Tom's luekemia.

It will be a great concert at Ira allen on Feb.27



>Date: Wed, 19 Jan 2000 08:38:02 -0500
>From: [log in to unmask] (Bill Williams (FNW))
>X-Mailer: Mozilla 4.7 [en] (Win98; I)
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>To: William Williams <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject: Benefit Concert Information
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>              Tickets available after January 4
>Call 86-FLYNN (802-863-5966)
>
>753 Main Street in Burlington
>UVM Campus Ticket Store
>Other locations TBA
>$25 General Admission
>by sending a check to:
>Parent to Parent
>#69 Champlain Mill
>Winooski, VT 05404
>'Tom Sustic Fund' in memo section of check              BeauSoleil -
>America's most popular
>  BeauSoleil has preserved the rich Cajun musical
>traditions of Louisiana, and added elements of
>zydeco, New Orleans jazz, Tex-Mex, country, blues
>and more. Leader and fiddler Michael Doucet is
>   group has
>earned seven Grammy nominations. BeauSoleil's Cajunization has just been
>nominated for a Grammy!
>
>Savoy Doucet Cajun Band - all-acoustic trio from Eunice, Louisana who
>played at the 1997 Presidential Inauguration     Ann Savoy plays guitar and
>is the author of the book Cajun Music - A Reflection of People. Marc and
>Michael are National Heritage
>
>
>Jesse Winchester - best known for songs like "Yankee Lady" Jesse is a
>well-known songwriter and musician
>  His exile as a Viet Nam draft evader prevented him from touring the U.S.
>until amnesty was granted in the
>  At the end of 1999, he had completed his first tour
>in nine years, which included a performance at the
>  This will be his first appearance in
>the US in the year 2000.
>Mick Moloney - central figure in the resurrgence of
>     He is an Internationally respected mentor, producer, performer and
>scholar, and a 1999 recipient of a National Heritage Fellowship
>Jimmy Keane - winner of five consecutive All-Ireland titles on the piano
>accordian Jimmy has toured North America and Europe with
>the Greenfields of America, Liz Carroll and many
>others, and is known for his spectacular
>musicianship and unique approach to playing
>traditional Irish music.
>Robbie O'Connell - popular songwriter, guitarist and teacher of Irish
>music. Robbie is a member of the internationally famous Clancy
> Brothers, as well as being a well known performing and
>   His version of the song Kilkelly
>   He has
> performed at many concert halls throughout the world, including Carnegie
>Hall and Madison Square Garden.          Members of La Bottine Souriante
>Having sold over half a million albums in their home of Quebec, and
>headlined music festivals
>    'The tightest and most exciting band of any nature anywhere' (Folk
>Roots, England)
>     Big Table with Judy Hyman and Jeff Claus of the Horse Flies    Several
>top notch dance musicians round out this new band, including Larry Ungar
>and Vermonters Jeremiah McLane and Colin McCaffrey.
>           Emceed by
>John Roberts
>and
>Tony Barrand

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