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singer/songwriter Tom Fisch.

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"..great acoustic music…a cross between Tony Rice, James Taylor and Guy Clark.." 

"..a style deeply rooted in the influences of artists such as Doc Watson, John Prine, Pete Seeger and John Denver."

"..You make that thing sing and sound like three guitars. Your guitars must be so happy they get to do that."

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7th Annual Warmth of Home concert

Trinity Presbyterian Church, 900 Blythe Street, Hendersonville, NC

I'll be joined by my good friend Terry Wetton as we raise money for Interfaith Assistance Ministry's winter heating help fund. This is our 7th Annual Warmth of Home concert and through the years we've raised thousands of dollars to help our neighbors in Henderson County stay warm during the winter months. Tickets are $10 and all proceeds go to the IAM fund.


Nature, Spirituality, and Turtles

Unitarian Fellowship, Kanuga Rd., Hendersonville, NC

I'm honored to have been asked to compose and perform a song for this wonderful documentary. Below is the press release from the Center for Cultural Preservation.

"Nature, Spirituality and Turtles"

Join us for a celebration, an intriguing discussion, music and good eats for the PBS Debut of Call of the Ancient Mariner on Monday, November 21st at 7:00 PM. Mariner has been touring the country on the national film festival circuit and is about to begin its broadcast premiere on PBS stations around the country. The evening will begin with a reception featuring local hard cider, dessert, and music with the acclaimed Tom Fisch.

Then we’ll show the world broadcast premiere of the film followed by a discussion including Rev. Jim McKinley, Buddhist Monk Ven. Dr. Pannavati, a member of Creation Care and the filmmaker. Advance registrations highly recommended at or by calling the Center for Cultural Preservation at (828) 692-8062.

Tickets are a donation of $10 or more to support the Center’s continuing work to preserve cultural legacies in our region.


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