St. Clair Productions


Tickets to see a concert make a great gift for anyone who doesn’t need any thing else to clutter their home. There are eight more shows of St. Clair Productions’ 19th Annual Eclectic Music and More Series. The person who receives them will certainly appreciate your gift of tickets to one or more of our shows.

All shows are at the Unitarian Fellowship, 87 4th St., Ashland and begin at 8 p.m. Tickets at, the Music Coop or 541-535-3562.

Friday, January 16: Yuval Ron Ensemble featuring Yuval Ron on Oud, Yemenite singer Maya Haddi on vocals and David Reihs on percussion with guest dancer Zahara Solomon performing the sacred music of the Middle East: Jewish, Christian and Sufi

Friday, January 30: Suzanne Westenhoefer, comedian. Suzanne was the first openly lesbian comedian with an HBO special and first openly lesbian comedian on “Late Night with David Letterman. Adult only show.

Saturday, February 7: Josh Feinberg, sitar with Ravi Albright, tabla performing traditional Indian Ragas

Friday, February 27: Ronny Cox, actor, singer/songwriter, and storyteller in “Songs, Stories and Out and Out Lies” Ronny is best known for his roles in Total Recall, Robocop, and the TV show Stargate. He also was the guitarist in the “dueling banjo” scene in Deliverance.

Friday, March 13: John McEuen performs a retrospective “A Life in Music” John is a founding member of the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band

Saturday, March 28: Laurie Lewis and Kathy Kallick perform the music of Vern Williams & Ray Park, two influential early California bluegrass songwriters

Friday, April 17: Joanne Rand who calls herself a psychedelic folk revival singer/songwriter. “From stripped-down folk songs to lush, textured rock arrangements, she makes consistently engaging, perceptive, universal music.”

Saturday, April 25: Maria Muldaur “Way Past Midnight” chronicles her 50 year journey “to the Oasis and Beyond”. It features her hits from every stage of her career, as well as stories of her personal encounters, friendships, and collaborations with many of the greatest names in music.

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