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Jun23

Free Folk Concert with Women on the Move Trio

Pasadena Library Auditorium, 285 E. Walnut St., Pasadena, CA

This is a family-friendly show designed especially for lovers of folk singing, sponsored by the Topanga Banjo/Fiddle Contest & Folk Festival as part of a FREE concert series. Come sing along with the trio on well-known folk songs, and learn some of our original songs that kids and adults love. Children will be invited on stage to join in with percussion!

Free Community Concert

Family Folk Concert: Women on the Move Trio

Santa Monica Main Library, 601 Santa Monica Blvd., Santa Monica, CA

This is a family-friendly show, sponsored by the Topanga Banjo/Fiddle Contest & Folk Festival as part of a FREE concert series. Come sing along with the trio on well-known folk songs, and learn some of our original songs that kids and adults love. Children will be invited on stage to help us with percussion! Save

Eucalyptus Grove Folk

Topanga Banjo and Fiddle Contest and Folk Festival, Paramount Ranch, Cornell Road (off Kanan Road), Agoura, CA

Women on the Move Trio is delighted to be back at Topanga. We won the Vocal Contest in 2011, and we are so happy to have an hour to perform for you at the Eucalyptus Grove! Come sing along on some folk favorites and learn a few of our songs too. Save

$20 Adults, Seniors/teens $15

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WOMEN ON THE MOVE TRIO

 

Trish, Joan and Linda

What started as a CD project to raise funds for shelters and awareness of domestic violence, known as the BEAUTIFUL CD by Women on the Move, turned into WOMEN ON THE MOVE TRIO. "We started with 14 Los Angeles area women for the CD. And though we did shows with 13, 9, and 5 women, somehow it boiled down to the three of us, and works well when we go on the road together. On one tour we had 8 shows in 10 days and Linda became the master packer! Touring is amazing. We have met some fun people and they always ask us back!" states founder Joan Enguita Willingham.

How did you meet up?

That comes up a LOT. A friend of Joan's named Craig Lincoln let her know that he saw a post on Craig's List that Trish was looking for other folkies. So they got together and started working up a duo. Linda happened to be hosting a music night in Monrovia where Joan was performing one night. They ran into each other again at a recording session in Los Angeles at the same studio and connected musically. Joan, Linda and Trish all have solo CDs and perform solo, but they love the trio sound with harmonies and other instruments.

FOTO BELOW: taken at a house concert

 

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