Violet Bell to Perform at Happehatchee Center
Stirring folk-soul music will fill the air at the Happehatchee Center, in Estero, when the Durham, North Carolina-based Violet Bell duo, known for their intimate acoustic tunes and psychedelic revelry, performs from 7 to 9 p.m., April 13.
A past winner of the Floyd Festival’s On the Rise contest, vocalist Lizzy Ross was awarded the Carolina Music Award for best rock female and an Emerging Artist Grant from the Durham Arts Council. Multi-instrumentalist Omar Ruiz-Lopez, who has also played with Jonathan Byrd, Crystal Bright and the Durham Symphony Orchestra, plays violin, guitar, cello and mandolin, as well as stellar vocal harmonies.
Cost: $15 suggested donation or free for Happehatchee members. Location: 8791 Corkscrew Rd. For more information, call 239-992-5455 or visit Happehatchee.org.
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