TURNER  — The third Cabin Fever Concert of 2015 will be held at 7 p.m., Friday, April 17, at the First Universalist Church in Turner Center.

Rabbi Sruli Dresdner his wife, Lisa, better known in entertainment circles as “Hoot ‘n’ Annie,” will perform.  

The couple have have delighted audiences around the world with their mix of traditional American music, folk songs and humor. They are multi-instrumentalists and vocalists, and between them play the banjo, fiddle, accordion, clarinet, ukulele, cello, drums, washboard, nose flute, slide-whistle, washtub bass, jaw harp, and musical saw. Most times they play a few instruments at once. With various parts of their bodies. While telling jokes. Or doing magic tricks.

They have appeared in various guises on PBS-TV, on National Public Radio, at the Augusta Heritage Festival, and other famous festivals from Canada to Poland, and in prestigious venues like the New Jersey Performing Art Center, the Walter Reade Theater at Lincoln Center, and at museums, libraries, community centers and schools in over a dozen states from coast to coast. 

Desserts and coffee will be available. 

The Cabin Fever Concerts are held to bring the community together in enjoyment of music. A suggested donation of $5 to $10 will be used to support musicians in the community.


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