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 Gandalf Murphy and the Slambovian Circus of Dreams - The Circus emerged from the misty hills of Sleepy Hollow, New York in 1988 and exploded upon the Hudson Valley music scene with their stunning self-produced debut release, "A Good Thief Tips His Hat". The quirky quartet then began touring and rapidly developed a loyal following. Featured recently in Relix Magazine, the New York Times and on the CBS hit show, Joan of Arcadia. The music of Slambovia has been described as "Hillbilly-Floyd, folk-pop", "alt-country roots-rock, and "surreal Americana". Dancing freely between existing religious and philosophical mythologies, their music is uplifting, empowering and fun. Gandalf Murphy and The Slambovian Circus of Dreams ... Their music can "Heal what ails ya"!
above - Kndalf Murphy.. Joziah lead guitar, Sharky guitar, .Tink accordian Tony on drums, Orien playing keyboards and Chen playing bass

As for the cold and rainy weather Kandalf told the crowd that the Friday concert would be used as a "warm up"  for the Sunday finale, the group    land of milk and honey..   dance like fleas on a dog.. hayward wisc.. traves city in october..

great unravel(Good) tinkerbelle song for tink... 



Kitty Donohoe

Kitty Donohoe - Songwriter and Michigan Emmy recipient Kitty Donohoe is not an Irish or Celtic singer, but she clearly draws from that part of her heritage, as well as her American roots, as an artist. A writer of tunes as well as songs, her originals are rich with her natural sense as a storyteller, her love for language and her ear for a melody. Kitty’s striking voice carries it all, delivering each song with power and emotion
Kitty grew up outside of Detroit in a large, Irish American family of avid readers. Kitty began "making up" songs at an early age, and by high school she was playing guitar and writing and performing her own material at open mic nights and small coffee houses. At nineteen Kitty left home for Nova Scotia and discovered traditional Maritime music.