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WPAA to Present The Hall Sisters on March 19th , 2023
The Hall Sisters are four of the most engaging and impressive young artists in American music today. They clearly have honed their craft to a level of excellence that is captivating, and they own the stage with their winsome personalities and pitch-perfect singing voices.” This is just one of the raving reviews The Hall Sisters have captured. Their show will be coming to Colby, Kansas on Sunday, March 19th , 3:00p.m. in the Cultural Arts Center, Colby. These young ladies come from a large family of musicians, and have been described as a combination of Lady A and the soulful harmony of The Carpenters. The Hall Sisters have established themselves as one of the up-and-coming premier acts in the country pop genre. While releasing multiple CDs over the last few years and writing new material, the ensemble has also maintained a
robust tour schedule, having performed at notable venues such as The Grand Ole Opry, Carnegie Hall, and Dollywood. Their performances have taken them internationally as well, as they traveled four countries in the Balkans on a recent Christmas tour. This show is supported in part by the Dane G. Hansen Foundation and the Thomas County Community Foundation. Admission is WPAA season ticket or at the door; Adults, $20, Students, $10.

Celtic Guitarist Jerry Barlow to perform for WPAA
Acclaimed Celtic fingerstyle guitarist Jerry Barlow is a virtuoso musician, a warm and accessible performer, and a world-class storyteller. His repertoire is composed of a synthesis of traditional music from the British Isles and his own original Celtic-inspired compositions. On Sunday, March 26th , Jerry will perform a show of medieval Irish & Scottish history and music called “Of Castles and Kings”. This show will take place in the Sharon Springs High School Auditorium at 3:00 p.m., Sunday, March 26th . (2:00p.m. MT).Barlow’s music transports the listener across time and space on an imaginary journey to a rustic Irish fishing village or the misty Scottish Highlands or an enchanted English forest. He shares the history, legend and humor behind the music, bringing the songs alive. His expressive arrangements have been described as “music to soothe the soul, warm the heart, and lift the spirit”. This program is sponsored in part by the Dane G. Hansen Foundation. Admission is with season ticket, or at the door; Adults, $10, Students, $5. There will be a school performance the following Monday in Sharon Springs.