Magical Music, Amazing Art: After-Party at Carnegies

Carnegies and HawkMan Studios invite you to the

ArtHop After-pARTy

Saturday, March 13 – 6 to 9 PM

FEATURING

Live Music by Allison & Victor

 

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Allison Scull and Victor Martin are one of the most ‘dynamic duos’ to ever hit the music scene. They sound like no one else, and bring us a refreshing new flavor all their own.

Allison, a former folk singer who has taken a decidedly jazzy turn, has been singing, composing and playing guitar most of her adult life. She met Victor, a jazz saxophonist, vocalist and arranger a few years ago when he was invited to play backup in her one-girl band. The match was unmistakable, and together they created a magical marriage of musical forms uniquely their own. Blending the sounds of jazz, folk, Latin, blues and R&B in original material and classic standards, they put an entirely new twist on contemporary music.

As a duo, Scull and Martin have shared the stage with Tuck and Patti, Walter “Wolfman” Washington, Craig Chaquico, Shana Morrison, Archie Lee Hooker, Kelly Joe Phelps, blues legend John Hammond, and most recently, Acoustic Alchemy. The duo were also selected to perform at the famed Derby in Hollywood at The International Music World Series music awards. They have garnered wonderful reviews (see press) wherever they go, and bookings have been pouring in.

To learn more, visit allisonandvictor.com

Mixed-media work by Enterprise High School Students

in celebration of Youth Art Month

 

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Carnegies’ Late-Night Food and Drinks Menu

 

What: ArtHop After-pARTy

Where: Carnegies, 1600 Oregon Street, Redding

When: 9 p.m. to late

Cost: No Cover

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