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Los Angeles Fundraiser for blossomy.org

blossomy.org Fundraiser poster

 

blossomy.org supports the recovery, wellness and empowerment of survivors of human trafficking in India.  Vonda Shepard supports blossomy.org, and on November 5th, you can too in very fun way.  This unique live event offers an evening of music, dancing, chai martinis and an autographed CD included with purchase of your regular or VIP ticket!

For tickets:

http://blossomy.eventbrite.com/

About blossomy.org:

http://blossomy.org/

Respond, and invite your friends on Facebook:

http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=266135020088147

 

 

 

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Almost Friday…

Hi friends!

Just wanted to say that I’m thrilled that Sugarland is up and running
again, and that I’ll be joining them to open the show this Friday,
August 26th at Shoreline Amphitheater in Mountain View, California!

Hope to see you there! More shows posting soon…

Love,

Vonda

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Indianapolis tragedy

Hi friends,

I know that many of you are aware of the tragedy that occurred in Indiana at the Sugarland show last week. I just want to send out my love and prayers to the band, crew and all who were affected by that unfortunate and unexpected event. I want to send my love to the families of the people who died and were injured as well, and hope that somehow time will heal.

With love,

Vonda

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Tales from Maine and Texas

Hi friends!

I’m writing to you from a plane heading home after playing a beautiful club called The Landing at Pine Point in Maine. The venue used to be a church, so it was wonderful, acoustically. They had a great piano, and everyone was so nice to us! This show was just me and James on guitar… the mighty duo! James rocked! One of the managers of the club, Gil, even sat in on guitar, so it was a good time all around… especially my son’s melt down at the merch table! He somehow convinced “the powers that be” to let him come see me for a moment. Tess Collins opened the show – the girl can SANG!

I go home tonight, then hop on a plane again to Chicago to open for Sugarland on Friday at the MetroCentre in Rockford, Illinois. This will be a solo show for me. I am trying to think of a sing-along for the audience, just to keep it interesting. I’ll also open for them in Mountain View, California on August 26th, so come on up! (Or down, or out!)

The Texas shows were really a blast. Dosey Doe’s was just such a relaxed environment, and the show in Austin at The One World Theater was lovely. We had stopped on the way to Austin for lunch at an out of the way Mexican restaurant, and James, Jim and I agreed that it was the best Mexican food we had ever eaten collectively. The place was a dive (as many great restaurants are). We even took pictures of the newly painted murals of seascapes and women lounging in the golden light…I will post those just for the fun of it. Oh, and by the way, we swung by Dosey Doe’s to grab a coffee for the drive. Wow. Needless to say, we were in very good moods all day; until I told Jim the wrong turn in the minivan – “It’s got seats”!

We just are getting the solo album together… it’s finished now, and I am excited for the German tour. So much traveling this year, but I love it.

See you out there somewhere! Have a great last few weeks of summer!

Love,

Vonda

 

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