ALICE DiMICELE & FORCE OF NATURE with Special Guest Low Flying Birds – A BENEFIT FOR WOMEN’S HEALTH SPECIALISTS

North Valley Productions is pleased to welcome Alice DiMicele with Special Guest Low Flying Birds. This show is a benefit for Women’s Health Specialists (WHS) and will take place on Wednesday, March 28, 2018 at The Rendezvous located at 3269 Esplanade Suite 142 in Chico, CA.

Alice DiMicele with Special Guest Low Flying Birds

A PARTIAL BENEFIT FOR WOMEN’S HEALTH SPECIALISTS (WHS)

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Show Starts at 6:30 PM
Doors Open at 5:30 PM

General Advanced Tickets $22.00
+$4.00 at the Door

Alice DiMicele is a singer/songwriter and acoustic guitar player that seamlessly works jazz/blues phrasing and R&B and rock & roll rhythms into a broadened Folk/Roots/Americana sound she calls “Organic Acoustic Groove.” Whether playing solo or with her band “Force of Nature,” Alice brings her wide-ranging vocal prowess, humor, distinctive guitar style to festival stages, theaters, clubs, and house concerts.

For over 30 years Alice has been a grassroots trailblazer in independent music. Bucking the advances of record labels early in her career–she has self-released 14 albums on her Alice Otter Music label including 2018’s “One With the Tide”. DiMicele has stayed true to herself and her mission: to create music that connects people and inspires them to take a stand for the earth and for justice in the world. Her activism informs her music and her music informs her activism.

Low Flying Birds is an original outlaw bluegrass band hailing from Chico, CA–historic college town and home of Sierra Nevada Beer! Their music is an enticing blend of Americana, Newgrass, and Country Blues, with eclectic influences. Rich three-part harmonies and impressive musicianship bring their original compositions to life. The songs are memorable and speak for themselves. They speak to the heart of the American experience, evoking themes of love and beauty, but also the ills of corruption, greed, and exploitation.
The band was founded by Northern California’s preeminent rock-n-roll Rumi-bard Doug Stein on guitar and vocals (Swamp Zen, Puddle Junction). Doug is a gifted songwriter and performer who has been entertaining folks for nearly three decades. The band also features three amazing young players: Dustin Rohleder on lead guitar and vocals, Clinton Woodbeck on mandolin and vocals, and Zach Hudson on banjo and vocals. The recent addition of Curtis “The Kinductor” Peldo on bass has completed the powerful quintet.

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