|When:||Saturday, February 21, 1998, 8:00pm|
|Where:||165 McGraw Hall
Cornell University, Ithaca, NY
|How Much:||$8, usual discounts|
Join the Cornell Folk Song Club for an evening of warm passion and heart-felt pathos when an old friend, Priscilla Herdman, returns to Ithaca. Accompanying herself on guitar or singing acapella, Priscilla is known for having the clearest voice on the folk circuit. It has been described as lyrical, pure, spell-binding, and a joy to listen to.
Priscilla's repertoire includes both traditional ballads and new songs that explore some challenging contemporary issues. In recent years, her favorite material seems to be love songs, and she has a remarkable ability to find them from a wonderful variety of sources. So extend your Valentine's Day celebration a whole week and end it in style with Priscilla on the 21st.
Contact: Ginny at 607.272.3471 or Email to Bill (no, not Gates)
Tickets: at Borealis and Rebop and at the door
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