Sunday, August 28, 2011

Thoreau Woods Coffeehouse: Bill Ward with Alexander Anderson Opening

Bill Ward with Alexander Anderson Opening
Thoreau Woods Coffeehouse 
144 E. Mosley Lane, 
Huntsville TX  77340. 

Saturday, September 17th at 7pm 
About Bill Ward (Thanks Pam Johnson for the description!):

Bill has penned over 300 compositions, ranging from folk to jazz, country to classical, and rock to reggae. Bill's 1991 album, William is our Name is still enjoying airplay in the U.S., Russia, Ireland, The Netherlands, Canada, and on Willie Nelson & friends OUTLAW FOR PEACE show airing worldwide on 'RADIO FOR PEACE INTERNATIONAL . His songs have been recorded by a host of artists as well as being picked up by Warner-Chappel Music and Phil Collins Hit and Run Music

Although Bill draws inspiration from many styles of music, he is a folk singer/songwriter in the truest sense of the term. His songs illustrate the plight of common folk from every walk of life, whether it's the unending struggles of the American Indian or the unfortunate reality of the drug pusher on your local street corner, his music conveys a message. Like a painter with a brush and canvas, he portrays vivid, haunting pictures of our lives, past, present and future. As you close your eyes and listen, you can feel the Texas Hill Country wind on your face and recall fond childhood dreams of growing up to be a cowboy, Whether its a slow waltz or a driving rock song, Bill captures the hearts and minds of his listeners time and time again with his dynamic stage presence, gripping prose and unforgettable melodies.

Bill's songs are intelligent, down to earth portraits that capture the very soul of his audience. Each picture he paints is an insight into life, born from his diverse background and keen eye for the triumphs and tragedies that are so much a part of our everyday lives.

About Thoreau Woods Coffeehouse: 

Thoreau Woods Coffeehouse hosts an eclectic blend of acoustic singer-songwriters in a smoke free, family friendly environment.  Hot and cold drinks and baked goods are available during each show. Suggested donation is $10, $5 students & seniors.  

For more information contact: 
Pam Johnson at (936) 661-4313
Click HERE to see website! 

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