Music

Music Performances for Around Town Folk Festival. Free.
-The Mayfields (Mom and Dad from One Way Rider, local bluegrass legends)
-Rebekah Jean (Rustbelt meets Country)
-In Conjunction with The 44th Annual Kent State Folk Festival

Friday Night, November 19, 2010.
-8-9:15pm. The Mayfields
-9:30-11pm. Rebekah Jean

North Water Street Gallery, 257 N. Water St., Kent

CONTACT: 330-673-4970

COST: Free

About the Artists

The Mayfields (Ma and Pa of One Way Rider): http://onewayrider.com

"You can’t help but feel good listening to One Way Rider! Their
musicality draws you in, from their intricate and fast-paced
instrumentals, to their smooth vocal harmonies, the talent of this
family bluegrass band literally bursts from the stage. Seeing One Way
Rider live is an uplifting and unforgettable musical experience."
~ Catherine Cala, WYSU FM


Rebekah Jean : myspace.com/belitalambert
Burton, Ohio

Rebekah Jean's EP “Ribbons and Pearls” is found on iTunes, cdbaby.com,
and Amazon.com

myspace.com/belitalambert
facebook.com/missrebekahjean

Email: missrebekahjean@gmail.com

Based out of her rural Burton, Ohio home, she's a mixture of her
rustbelt-meets-country upbringing. Rebekah Jean spent her school years
hopping around Cleveland's east side, eventually landing in the sleepy
farm town of Burton—and it shows up all over her music. It's rougher
around the edges, sometimes, but then she sings about her softer
longings, and quiet rest. Her mother, a coal miner's daughter, inspired
her first connection with Loretta Lynn's music years ago, and it's taken
a country flair ever since. But you also hear her time spent with the
hippie songstresses and outlaw cowboys her father played in the car
radio--Joni Mitchell,Willie Nelson, Graham Nash.
Rebekah Jean also grew up with music in the southern gospel church
community of Cleveland's east side and started playing with a bluegrass
band with a revolutionary spin in her early twenties. But eventually her
writing took over, and Rebekah needed another channel for her creative
turns.
Cleveland area open mic nights led to coffee shops and bar gigs, and
Rebekah Jean can now be found throughout the area playing her original
songs at the Beachland Tavern and Grog Shop among other venues, mostly
wailing ballads of some broken heart or place and time she's passed through.

To learn more about the Kent State Folk Festival and the Around Town
Free Performances, visit

www.kentstatefolkfestival.org

Standing Rock Cultural Arts is a 501(c)(3), non profit art and education
organization whose mission is to build community through the arts.

Donations are tax deductible and greatly appreciated. Checks payable to

SRCA
257 N. Water St.
Kent, OH 44240