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Marisa Frantz
Catch The Wind
Sun Oct 8, 4:00-6:00 pm
Jaqua Concert Hall, The Shedd Institute
Alan & Jenny Rexius
production sponsors
Alan & Jenny Rexius
production sponsors
The Eye Center
Shedd Presenting Sponsor
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"We were so delighted," Marisa Frantz writes, "to introduce the first ever Shedd Presents folk revival show last June with Blowing in the Wind, and we’re even more excited to announce a second round of this fun show October 7th & 8th. We plan to revisit tunes from the original show, as well as mix in several new songs for anyone who wants to come enjoy the nostalgic hoopla again with us. There will be plenty to keep your ears buzzing and minds humming.
This remount, titled, Catch the Wind, after Donovan’s 1965 hit, will again journey through the minds of some of the most gifted songwriters of the late '60s and early '70s: Bob Dylan, The Mamas and the Papas, Simon and Garfunkel, and Peter, Paul, and Mary, among others we presented last season, will return, along with a few other folk and folk rock artists we'll be adding to the mix.
All of our fabulous musicians and vocalists will be returning for this feature! (And there might even be an appearance of the infamous white boots as well). With band director, Steve Arriola, and incredible musicians: Kenan Edler, Scoop McGuire, Paul Hobbs, Chris King, and Matt Taylor, as well as vocalists Shelley James, and Dylan Staysack, October 7th and 8th. Come join us as we bring the house down once again with some amazing folk and folk rock filled with beautiful harmonies and unforgettable guitar licks. Don’t miss this night of fun!
Event Personnel
Marisa Frantz, artistic director
Steve Arriola, music director
Chris King, piano
Scoop McGuire, bass
Kenan Edler, drums
Steve Arriola, guitar
Paul Hobbs, guitar
Matthew Taylor, reeds
 Walk Right In
(1929) Gus Cannon (w/m)
First recorded by Cannon's Jub Stompers
 Catch The Wind
(1965) Donovan Leitch (w/m)
 Too Much Of Nothing
(1967) Bob Dylan (w/m)
 Leaving On A Jet Plane
(1966) John Denver (w/m)
First recorded by John Denver
(1968) Paul Simon (w/m)
 For What It's Worth
(1966) Stephen Stills (w/m)
First recorded by Buffalo Springfield
 What The World Needs Now
(1965) Hal David (w) Burt Bacharach (m)
First recorded by Jackie DeShannon
 Morning Has Broken
(1931) Songs Of Praise Eleanor Farjeon (w) traditional Scottish (m) [uses melody of Bunessan]
 Seven Bridges Road
(1969) Rock Salt And Nails Steve Young (w/m)
 These Boots Are Made For Walkin'
(1965) Lee Hazelwood (w/m)
First recorded by Nancy Sinatra
 Happy Together
(1967) Alan Gordon, Gary Bonner (w/m)
First recorded by The Turtles
(1973) Dickey Betts (m)
 Blowing In The Wind
(1962) Bob Dylan (w/m)
 The Boxer
(1968) Paul Simon (w/m)
First recorded by Simon & Garfunkel
 Big Yellow Taxi
(1970) Joni Mitchell (w/m)
 The Wind
(1972) Teaser And The Firecat Cat Stevens (w/m)
First recorded by Cat Stevens
 Sad Lisa
(1970) Tea For The Tillerman Cat Stevens (w/m)
First recorded by Cat Stevens
 Have You Ever Seen The Rain
(1970) Pendulum John Fogarty (w/m)
First recorded by Creedence Clearwater Revival
 American Pie
(1971) Don McLean (w/m)
First recorded by Don McLean
 California Dreamin'
(1963) John Phillips, Michelle Phillips (w/m)
 Proud Mary
(1968) John Fogarty (w/m)
 Joy To The World
(1971) Hoyt Axton (w/m)
First recorded by Three Dog Night

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Catch The Wind Ticket Prices
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AA32.00  29.00  27.25  25.75  21.00 
A28.00  25.25  24.00  22.50  18.25 
B24.00  21.75  20.50  19.25  15.75 
C18.00  16.25  15.50  14.50  11.75 
Jaqua Concert Hall
The John G. Shedd Institute for the Arts
285 E Broadway
Eugene, Oregon
The Eye Center
Shedd Presenting Sponsor