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Jul 26

The Barton Hills Choir traveled 910 miles to take the stage together for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic arrived in March, 2020. Enjoy this video of the Jesse Fuller classic “Beat It On Down The Line” performed live at So Many Roads Museum and Brewery in Denver, CO with special guests Josh Rosen (guitar) and Edwin Hurwitz (bass) from Shakedown Street and Stu Crair (drums) from Dead Floyd.

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Jul 11

The Barton Hills Choir is excited at the prospect of performing together in front of live audiences again. Before they appear in Austin though, they’ll be traveling to Denver, Colorado to perform with Shakedown Street for two shows on Saturday, July 24 at So Many Roads Museum and Brewery.

Shakedown Street is a legendary Grateful Dead tribute band that has been performing for over three decades, with a repertoire of over 200 songs and over 1,000 shows to their credit. BHC will join them for two shows, a 2:00 PM matinee and 7:30 evening performance. Shakedown Street takes the stage for a show afterwards at 9:00.

This will be the first performance by the Choir since the pandemic began, and promises to be a memorable event. Watch this space for ticket information coming soon!

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Mar 26

Be sure to check out MossFest this weekend, a virtual children’s concert featuring an all-star lineup of amazing musicians you can view beginning on Saturday, March 27. It’s part of ABC KiteFest – you can enjoy it here. You can learn more about MossFest at the Moss Pieratt Foundation web site.

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Dec 23

The Barton Hills Choir join virtually for a remote recording with songwriter Tony Scalzo of Austin-based Fastball to sing his No. 1 hit ‘The Way.’

Musicians:
Don Cento – guitar
Jake Perlman – drums
Trevor Nealon – organ
Tony Scalzo – bass

Produced by Gavin Tabone
Permission to post granted by Tony Scalzo BibleBlack publishing

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