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Friday, May 17th, 2024 @ 7:00 p.m.
Berger Center. Theater seating. Tickets $25.
If you are a fan of folk, blues, or country, you’re bound to bounce into spring with the return of More Joy, Oakmont’s beloved hometown group. This delightful quartet kicks every concert into high gear with a hilarious sense of humor and infectious energy.
More Joy flows with melodies and memories, tunes just right for foot stomping, hooting, and perhaps a few sweet tears. Transitioning effortlessly from old school folk to earthy modern songs from inspirations such as the Eagles, Brandi Carlisle, Cyndi Lauper, Graham Nash, and Loggins and Messina.
Iris Harrel, singer/songwriter, brings a little bit of North Carolina and Virginia to Oakmont, with country, gospel, and the Beatles fueling her from youth.
Ann Benson’s childhood in Texas planted a Martin guitar and a musical passion by 12 years of age. She was quickly adopted by the local circuit of coffee houses, restaurants, and concerts, delighting audiences with folksy ballads, especially sad ones.
Chris Finn juggles upright bass and mandolin while singing harmonies with her friends. Upon transplanting to Sonoma County she discovered Sonoma County’s music scene to be vibrant and fun, joining up with More Joy to continue bringing music to the world.
Deborah Knapp is a classically trained pianist with detours into accordion and theater. You’ll find her occasionally playing Charmian London’s original 1901 Steinway at Jack London Park to the delight of international and local visitors.
C’mon down! Your sure to find some friendly neighborhood faces in the crowd.