Beth Kille will be joined by Tony Kille on the drums, Michael Mood on bass and Michael P. Tully on guitar when she plays the Fellowship on Saturday, April 5 at 7 pm. Admission is $10 and a complimentary reception with the artists will follow the concert.
Beth Kille is an award-winning artist from Madison who has been cranking out her unique blend of rock, country, folk and blues since 2000. From house concerts and coffee houses to headlining spots at festivals, her love for the stage and genuine passion for performance shine through in all settings. Heralded by the Americana Gazette (2008) as a “Master Songwriter,” Kille has penned hundreds of tunes and has been recognized on a national level for her writing. Staunchly committed to the advancement of young musicians and songwriters of all ages, Kille works as the Music Director for Girls and Ladies Rock Camp Madison as well as hosts Madison’s Chick Singer Night.
This performance is presented by the UUFDC Emerson Series, named for Ralph Waldo Emerson, an essayist, lecturer, poet, and Unitarian Minister. In 2002, UUFDC member and well-known music critic, the late Erik Eriksson created the series with the goal of providing affordable, top-notch cultural programs for the northern Door community.