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Harmony Bones EP Release House Concert
Friday, November 22, 8:00pm
Admission is $10, EPs (CD format) are $10 each, but you can get both admission and an EP for $15! What a deal! It’s a house concert on the west side of Ann Arbor. Seating is limited, so please register in advance online.
Our band Harmony Bones has a new EP! To celebrate, we’ll be doing a house concert here in Ann Arbor. Join Harmony Bones as we celebrate the release of “A Breath Wide.” This EP features three songs written by members of Harmony Bones, using Hosain Mosavat’s poems as lyrics and inspiration. Hosain’s wife Judy Mosavat will perform a few of her own poems during the concert, too.
We will be performing the songs from the EP as well a bunch of other cool arrangements of favorites (All Along the Watchtower on psychedelic sitar, anyone?) and originals.
Harmony Bones is a sextet of Ann Arbor folk music veterans: Jeanne Mackey, Laz Slomovits (of Gemini), Tom Voiles, Linda Teaman and John Lloyd (of Nutshell), and Eric Fithian.
Hosain Mosavat (1936-2018) was a poet, photographer, drummer, music-maker, woodturner, teacher, cook, jokester, and lover of life. Born in Shiraz, Iran, Hosain was a generous, welcoming man who seemed “larger than life”. With his beloved wife Judy, he hosted many local community gatherings and creative collaborations. As Linda Teaman notes, “being Hosain’s friend meant you became part of his family.”
Want to hear a preview of the EP? Check out our CD Baby page!
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