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GRMC - August Courtyard Concert Series for Community Calendar

Gila Regional Medical Center’s Holistic Care Committee is excited to bring uplifting music to Caregivers and the Community during lunch hour on Fridays from June through September.
Extra chairs and tables will be set up in the shade for listeners.

August Schedule of Performers from Noon–1:00 p.m. every Friday

August 3
Esther Jameson (Vocals and Guitar)
Esther is a guitarist and singer based in Silver City. She performs live with vocals on her acoustic guitar and was trained as a classical guitarist.

August 10
Greg & Charlie (Acoustic Guitar, Mandolin, & Vocals)
This folk rock duo plays a unique blend of uplifting folk and rock styles with soulful lyrics and harmonies that represent the full lives of two earnest guys.

August 17
Jane Dunn Brady (Harp)
Jane is a Reiki Master and a Master/Instructor of Integrated Energy Therapy, as well as an herbalist and practitioner of flower essences. She works with the healing power of sacred sound, especially using the harp and toning to align body mind and soul and to bring healing.

August 24
Loose Blues Band (Acoustic & Bass Guitar, Vocals, Drums, Harmonica)
Loose Blues Band plays a mixture of blues, old country and western, old rock 'n' roll, and folk music from Muddy Waters and the Rolling Stones to Kate Wolf and Bob Dylan.

August 31
Gleemaiden (Acappella Quartet)
Gleemaiden is a local, all-women acappella group dedicated to exploring and sharing the beauty of vocal harmonies. Wind Markham, Elizabeth DeMoss, Maria Casler and Kori Wilken all live in Silver City, are mothers of young children, and are delighted to share their music with their families and the greater community.

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