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Jeff Raught
Jeff Raught

Imagine hearing stories of life and scripture in a new way. What if it was hard to tell them apart? Is your story woven in and around more than you imagined? Jeff comes as an actor, composer, pianist, and theatrical storyteller. Bringing humor and light to the many ways all of our stories connect.

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Various ensembles over thirty-ish years.
Various ensembles over thirty-ish years.

I play bass guitar (currently a five string "MTD").

I've played in churches (I'm part of a folk group in a Catholic church at present), pubs - nasty and nice, concerts, coffee houses and assorted other environments.

I've played in duos, full bands (three, four, five piece) and other configurations. I've had the good fortune to be part of a number of recording sessions as well.

I play by ear and use chord charts frequently. I am learning to "read" but am at a beginner level in that regard.

There are very few types of music that I don't like. I've played rock, country, gospel, reggae, folk and even some classical at a semi-serious to pretty serious level.

I'm a sucker for a great melody, a cool riff or a worthwhile lyric. If all three elements converge in a song great; I will, however, settle for one or two of them. :-)

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Wendy Chappell-Dick

http://www.mennofolksonggirl.webs.com/
Wendy Chappell-DickFor Wendy, making music is thoroughly woven into relationships. Compared by some to Kate Wolf for this combination of friendship, folk style and heartfelt melody, Wendy chooses her songs like quilt squares, her music partners gathered round the table for so much more than music. Her tools are a cello, guitar, dulcimer, hymnal, and a stock of over 1000 tunes by memory. Wendy calls herself an evangelist, an activist and an enthusiast of music that comes from the cradle of the Mennonite church. Her music is at home at protests, coffeehouses, living rooms, churches, woods and cabins. She is active in all genres especially including children's, celtic, classical, choral, a capella, historical folk, and 80s rock and roll. Wendy is also on Facebook.

General contact info. Booking info.
Wendy Chappell-Dick
wendy@mennofolk.org
(610) 279-3366
707 Stanbridge
Norristown, PA 19401 USA


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