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If you haven’t been out to hear All Strings Considered play live music, now is the time!

Oct. 9       4:00 pm        1/3 ASC joins 3/4 Copper Top Bottle Rockets at the Leavenworth Gazebo

Oct. 11    11:30 am       ASC @ Quincy Harvest Festival  -  Quincy, WA.

Oct.  21    7:00 pm       ASC entertains “Friends of the Library” North Central Regional Library  - Wenatchee, WA

Nov.  1     7:00 pm        ASC @ Farmer’s Table Harvest Dinner -  Community Center  Wenatchee, WA

Nov.  8     7:00 pm        ASC’s favorite spot! Caffe Mela  -  Downtown Wenatchee

Nov. 21    5:00 pm         1/3 ASC with WHCM students @ Festival of Trees.  Wenatchee Convention Center

Dec.  6     5:00 pm        ASC in the Holiday Showcase  at Dusty Strings - Seattle Washington

Our CDs are on sale at these locations:

In Wenatchee: Caffe Mela, Pak it Rite, The Cellar Cafe, Wood n Things, The Collector’s Gallery,  Avalon Music, and Farmer’s Table on Mission Street.

In Leavenworth:   The Bavarian Lodge and Dee’s Quilt Shop

In Seattle:   Dusty Strings

If you would like to listen to tracks from our CD “A Place in the Heart” :

http://cdbaby.com/cd/allstringsconsidered

Or buy them direct from Tanya Lawson (valleystrings@verizon.net)

Thanks again to all our fans who come out for our gigs, and to those who have invited us to play for weddings and special events.

Thanks to Cider Mill in Cashmere, United Way of Wenatchee, “Friends of the Library”, Bill Terry, Sherri Schneider, , Caffe Mela, Inna’s Cuisine, St. Laurent Winery, Northwest Folklife in Seattle, Riverwalk Books in Chelan, Tim Meyer, Dave Solomon, and anyone else I have failed to thank!  Your support is much appreciated.

Keep your eyes open for a special event coming in March at the Grace Lutheran Church.

Tanya

ASC Update

Thank you for all your inqueries and thank you for supporting ASC through purchasing CD’s and asking us to play at your events. We truly appreciate it.  For those of you who didn’t know, All Strings Considered was broadcast on National Public Radio in the month of June. Dan Maher from the Inland Folk radio program played three tracks from our new CD, and had lots of nice things to say about the three of us.  AND, he called our music….”SWEET”!

Our Caffe Mela gig was a big success and we are planning a trip back in the near future. Meanwhile, we have a some private gigs lined up before we’ll be out playing in public again.  For those of you who want to catch us live and in person. Here is the tentative schedule until the end of the year, subject to change of course!

Cider Mill (Cashmere)  August 30th   2-4pm

Bookstore in Chelan    October 5th   2-4pm

Dusty Strings (Seattle)   December 6th   5:00pm

We have  weddings, appreciate dinners, and harvest celebrations  in between those dates.

If you have any questions, feel free to send us an email at valleystrings@aim.com

I will have our webmaster load a more visible way to contact us.  Thank you for the feedback on the website.

Tanya

ASC

Northwest Folk Life (copied from an older post)

We’re headed to Folklife in Seattle! And most likely we will be taking our brand new CD “A Place In the Heart” with us. It’s being produced as we speak. LOL…Well…we’re not really speaking, I’m typing you’re reading, but just know I am feeling the connection! We will be playing Saturday May 24th, 2008 on the Bagley Stage. This is the stage for actual LIVE, UNPLUGGED acoustic music. We play around 11:30ish. We’ll see you there!

On June 27th, 2008 we will be at Caffe Mela from 8:00 to 9:00. The Reel Deil will open the evening with two songs, then join ASC for a ripping rendition of Toot A Lute (which actually includes no tooting or luting), then ASC will play the rest of the evening.

We will have our CDs available for sale soon, and for sure on June 27th at Caffe Mela. If you love Celtic music, relaxing ballads, upbeat jigs and reels, and beautiful waltzes, then you’ll want to own this CD. All ages seem to be attracted to the sounds of guitar, dulcimer, and mandolin together. There are also a few tracks with violin, and Sherry and I do some guitar duets. These CD’s will make great gifts as well, until we can get back in the studio and do a Christmas CD!

I would also like to take a brief moment to credit my daughter Leah for the wonderful photos she took for our CD.

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