Jo Ann & Monte to perform Nov. 2


Jo Ann and Monte Davis will perform at the Homer Council on the Arts, 355 W. Pioneer Ave., at 7:30 p.m.
Nov. 2. Tickets are $5 for youths; $10 for HCOA members and $15 for others.

This will be “an intimate, living room concert with Jo Ann & Monte,” writes the Homer Council on the Arts.

“Jo Ann and Monte Davis met in Fairbanks in 1976 and began their personal and professional relationship writing songs, recording and performing at cabarets, festivals, fairs, colleges, coffeehouses and concerts. They have opened concerts for many national artists, have been voted Alaska’s No. 1 entertainers, received rave reviews on their recording and performances, and received extensive airplay and media coverage. 

“The duo is famous for their strong voices and amazing harmonies, their insightful and prophetic songwriting (and sometimes pathetic humor), and their ability to please audiences of all ages and walks of life with their music and exuberant performances,” the HCOA notes on its website.

 

 

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