The Troubadour Gypsy Tour, comprised of life-long friends, Dyanne Harvey, Erisa Rei and guitar accompanist, Erik Ferguson, will be stopping in Philadelphia on August 28 at The Grape Room. The gig will start at 9:00 p.m. and will incorporate time slots for Dyanne and Erisa's stellar talents. Erik Ferguson will be accompanying them on a mellow electric guitar with his unique stylings, while Erisa will strum along with her guitar while performing her music.
Dyanne Harvey, a pop/rock artist from San Jose, IL, will be releasing her full-length debut album, “Bottle of Wine” in January 2013. She has been recording at Littleton Music Group in Columbia, TN, since December 2010 with the same production team that co-produced Ronnie Dunn's self-titled album. Dyanne has performed on several central IL stages, including ISU ball games, bars, and fundraisers. She looks forward to meeting “new faces in all the new places” and spending time with “the familiar faces of my talented company.”
Erisa Rei, a roots/Americana artist, is based in Spring Hill, TN, although she moved there 5 years ago from central IL. Her first full-length album, “Black Ball” was released in January. It has done very well, charting #2 on the RMR's Roots Rock Internet charts, #27 on the Roots 66 International charts and #110 on the prestigious AMA charts. She has been gigging in her regional area since the release of “Black Ball”. Erisa is looking forward to the Troubadour Gypsy Tour, because she “loves road tripping and the thrill of the stage. It will be an amazing experience to fulfill that with my good friends.”
Erik Ferguson is a talented guitar player with a Bachelor's in Music from Millikin University. He has played with some of the best international classical guitarists and has graced many audiences with his abilities. He is known for his versatility in being able to play different genres proficiently.
Come and join them for an enjoyable night of great music at The Grape Room on 105 Grape Street. You must be 21 to attend. There is a $5.00 cover charge, but tips are appreciated.
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