332 Hudson Avenue
Albany, New York 12210

Doors 7:30PM, $12, $10 students. Reservations Recommended!
Contact Carrie at 518-462-6138, x.11 for more info or to make reservations.

In celebration of St. Patrick’s Day wear an article of GREEN Clothing to the show and get in at the student rate.

Namoli Brennet joins the Progressions Concert Series for the first time in over a year. This hardworking and prolific performer has independently produced and released 5 CDs since 2002 on her own label, Girl’s Gotta Eat records. She’s toured the country many times over, and along the way she’s had the privilege of sharing the stage with Melissa Ferrick, Jill Sobule, Michelle Shocked and spoken-word artist Alix Olson. She’s a 3-time Outmusic award nominee who’s been featured in Performing Songwriter Magazine, The Advocate and the Chicago Free Press. She's an intense, passionate and gifted performer who is as moving as she is entertaining. http://www.namolibrennet.com

Some of you may remember Liz Stahler from when we used to hold the Progressions Concert Series at Dreamer’s Bed & Breakfast. Liz has been working hard and will be releasing her first full length CD this Spring. For those of you who haven’t had the pleasure of seeing Liz live this is a show not to miss. Liz has been enchanting audiences with her lyrical storytelling and charming wit since she picked up a guitar in 1997. Equally mesmerizing with her band or solo with her guitar and keyboard, Stahler was selected to showcase at the 2005 ROCKRGRRL music conference. Her songs have also appeared on network television shows including CBS's “The Ghost Whisperer” and “The Unit.” In addition, Stahler was nationally recognized in the spring of ‘05 when she was chosen from thousands of talented singer-songwriters as one of six winners in the John Lennon Songwriting Scholarship contest. In 2004 Stahler’s self-released EP “Turn the Lights Down” dazzled fans and critics alike: “Stahler is like a more genuine Sheryl Crow… blessed with gold for a voice and a penchant for songwriting…she can seemingly tell a story with one syllable” (Northeast Performer Magazine). Stahler’s debut, full-length release, “Stitches in My Sleeve,” is another beautiful showcase. Produced by Jason Petrin, and engineered by Mark Wessel, this album stands to turn heads. http://www.myspace.com/lizstahler

Official Website: http://www.cdglcc.org/calendar.htm#music_mar

Added by tuesdays_child2 on February 21, 2007

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