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Music Legends Aztec Two-Step Harmonize Fall Foliage With Timeless Acoustic Melodies
Harmony Presents Brings Enduring Folk-Rock Duo to The Cooperage Project
The musicians Rex Fowler and Neal Shulman have been acclaimed for their intelligent lyricism and ethereal tunes, and remain one of acoustic-rock’
Says Jill Carletti, Director of Harmony Presents, “We’re thrilled to invite everyone for a weekend of fall foliage and great rock ‘n’ roll with Aztec Two-Step! For under $500, people can enjoy a perfect fall getaway in Northern Pennsylvania – complete with great music, a wide range of accommodations (from historical inns to luxury spas) and outdoor activities such as kayaking and hiking – all in a beautiful setting just a short drive from New York, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey.”
• Tickets are available at bit.ly/TwoStep27
• Standard Tickets cost $35; VIP Tickets cost $50 and include premier seating and access to a private meeting with the band before the concert
• Two ticket-holders will be chosen to win rare memorabilia autographed by Aztec Two-Step
• The Mansion at Noble Lane has set aside six rooms for concert-goers. Interested parties can call this special number to inquire about reservations:
Harmony Presents also recommends accommodations at other local resorts such as The Ledges Hotel, The Settlers Inn and The Lodge at Woodloch, a top-rated destination spa.
About Harmony Presents
Set in the fabulous Woodloch region in Pennsylvania, Harmony Presents stages music, theater, poetry and other performances in and around the Hawley Silk Mill. This is their largest event ever, and they hope to bring their exciting programming and share the treasures of this very special area to its largest audience yet with this groundbreaking performance weekend. They host other sensational performances every weekend, from local singer/songwriters to Broadway performers. Find out more at www.silkmillharmony.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Aztec Two-Step
Aztec Two-Step has been called the bridge to the beat generation and has released numerous critically acclaimed albums, including Living in America, which received the New York Music Award for Best Folk Album and was named in Billboard’s year-end critic’s poll in 1987. This dynamic group has been acclaimed in publications like Rolling Stone, and has appeared on TV and radio programs including The David Letterman Show, King Biscuit Flower Hour, and World Café Live. They have played with musicians like Bruce Springsteen and The Talking Heads, and released their latest album Cause & Effect early this year with Red Engine Records. More information can be found on their website, www.aztectwostep.com.