Kathy Reed & Ron Hipp
Date(s) - 10/19/2019
7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
Doors open at 7 pm, show starts at 7:30 pm. $5 suggested cash donation. Please bring items to support North Fulton Community Charities (see below for list). Our performers rely on tips and merch sales, so you should bring some extra cash for them (and maybe buying refreshments).
Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/376696386550441/
Our performers this month will be Kathy Reed & Ron Hipp! See below for more info.
The North Fulton Community Charities food pantry, located at 11270 Elkins Road, Roswell, has a continual need for food and staple products. Here is the list from their website as of October 10th:
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Kathy Reed is a native of Georgia and has deep roots in East Tennessee. She is a singer and songwriter who plays guitar, upright bass, and bass guitar. Her musical range and influences reflect her Southern roots as well as her classical training and education. Kathy has toured the US and Europe performing. She boasts that her first job after graduating from Emory University was as the “chick singer at a biker bar called The Alibi.” She and her former band, Lonesome Redwing, opened for many legendary performers, including Tony Rice, Peter Rowan, Claire Lynch, Patty Loveless, and the Steep Canyon Rangers. Kathy has had numerous songs published and recorded, and several of her songs have been recorded by other artists.
Kathy is a breast cancer survivor, and her 2005 CD A Little Reassurance helped raise awareness and funds for breast cancer organizations and featured her original songs. Peter Stroud, lead guitarist for Sheryl Crow, played with her on that project. Her band Lonesome Redwing’s CD fly, fly, fly features bluegrass and old-time fiddle classics, as well as some fresh original material.
Ron Hipp is an acoustic finger-style guitarist/singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. A native of Atlanta, Ron has been performing around town, both as a solo artist and in various band combinations, for many years. His rich baritone voice, consummate finger-picking and original songs make his shows a memorable experience.