If you love rock that doesn’t mean you can’t love jazz and fiddle. The common denominator is, simply, good music played well.
Shipshewana, IN (PRWEB) July 19, 2012
They’ve appeared on Good Morning America, Public Radio International, featured in their own PBS special, culminating a meteoric rise with acclaimed performances at Carnegie Hall, the Lincoln Center and now the Annie Moses Band will perform at the Blue Gate Theater in Shipshewana.
This talented family of singers and instrumentalists has gained fame around the world with their unique sound. They are well-known for their style of "fiddle fusion" and their inspiring lyrics. The genre of music is a blend of fiddle, jazz, classical, folk, and inspirational. “Our goal is to span not only generations, but genres,” said Robin Moses. “If you love rock that doesn’t mean you can’t love jazz and fiddle. The common denominator is, simply, good music played well.”
The Annie Moses Band has over 500 hours of airings on PBS stations across the country (the highest debut for any artist on public television to date), a top-ten Classical Crossover album (Billboard Magazine), and a tour schedule of over 80 concerts a year. Their most recent album, Pilgrims & Prodigals was released in 2011.
The Annie Moses band, Named in honor of their great grandmother, is a family that consists of Bill Wolaver (composer/arranger/pianist) and his wife, Robin (vocalist/lyricist/composer/speaker) along with their children: Annie (lead vocals, violin), Alex (lead vocals, viola), Benjamin (cello), Camille (harp, keyboard, vocals), Gretchen (violin, mandolin, guitar, vocals), and Jeremiah (guitar).
The two concerts are at 7pm on July 26th and 27th at the Blue Gate Theater in Shipshewana. Tickets start at $29.00 and may be purchased by visiting, http://www.bluegatetheater.com or by phone at 888-447-4725. The Blue Gate Theater is located in Shipshewana, IN on SR5. Accessible via US 20 or via the 80/90 toll road exits 108 and 121. The venue website is http://www.bluegatetheater.com