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Four musical-and-otherwise friends come together to share their songs with you – and with each other – in a round-robin format. Join us for a journey through our offerings: songs of love, of hardship, of struggle and triumph, fellowship, and more…
Luke Halpin Bio
Luke Halpin is an award winning multi-instrumentalist & singer-songwriter. A master of the guitar and the mandolin, impressive on fiddle, banjo, and adept at nearly anything he picks up, Halpin draws inspiration from the likes of Sam Bush, Mark O’Connor and Tony Rice and holds his own in comparison. His dynamic and sensitive voice perfectly express his unique writing style. At his core he is a romantic but at the same time he is not afraid to write songs of personal struggle and the human condition. Halpin has a long history in the music biz, having shared the stage with the likes of Merle Haggard, Lone Star and The Steve Miller Band (to name a few). For the last 16 years he has been touring the country in the lyrical & harmony based duo Bettman & Halpin.
Steef & Chris Sealy Bio
Steef and Chris Sealy are long-time singer/songwriters. Looooong time. Steef divided his early years between theater and folk music. Chris’s music life began in a college folk group that toured for the USO in Viet Nam, Korea and Japan. Since then, the former hippie and the sorority girl have been writing and playing tunes for much of the nearly 40 years they’ve been married. Steef starts almost every day writing his folk-with-a-dash-of-Broadway songs. Chris stays on the lighter side – she loves parodies. They love making music together.
Carla Sciaky Bio
Carla Sciaky’s career spans over five decades in the folk world as a touring and recording solo artist, winning awards as a songwriter, and being inducted into the Colorado Music Hall of Fame with the Mother Folkers (2019). Her solo albums are on the Propinquity, Green Linnet, and Alacazam labels. Concurrently, she is a performer of early music, with a critically acclaimed Carnegie Recital Hall debut in 1980, leading to her present position as baroque violinist with the Baroque Chamber Orchestra of Colorado and quartet, Sémplice. Carla also serves clients through her coaching and energy practice, Doorway to Healing.