Rolling Hills Radio EP #93 Deirdre Flint and Gordon Munding

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Deirdre Flint is a Philadelphia-based singer-songwriter. She writes songs about the trials of being an introvert, the Failed Metric Coup of 1975, horrendous bridesmaids dresses and all the warped and wonderful experiences of adolescence. She is mostly seen as the bass player for the 27 year strong group “The Four Bitchin’ Babes.” She has the third longest tenure in the group. They can’t seem to kick her out. The Four Bitchin’ Babes is comprised of Sally Fingerett, Debi Smith, Deirdre Flint, Christine Lavin, Megon McDonough, Nancy Moran and more. Yes that’s more than four. Deirdre grew up with new math. Deirdre has released three CDs with the group. She has two solo CDs

When Gordon Munding takes the stage, carrying his Natonal steel guitar, he becomes Walkin’ Willie. Far from the fast lane of life, Walkin’ Willie’s music takes you back to the roots of acoustic blues and folk music from rural America. It conjures up the Appalachians and Piedmont regions, where country blues is a kissin’ cousin to the Delta blues. Gordon’s playing is influenced by the likes of Roy Book Binder, Doc Watson, Blind Willie McTell, and the slide guitar work of John Mooney and Guy Davis. Though he lives in Rochester, NY, Gordon has absorbed the styles of these artists and carries on the tradition of country blues. “These are story songs. Songs about the people we grew up with; grew together with and grew apart from. This music is medicine.”

December 30 2019

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Date: December 30
Time: 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Cost: $15
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NYSCA The program is funded in part by the New York State Council on the Arts Decentralization Program with support from Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature and administered by the Tri-County Arts Council.

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Shawbucks

212 W2nd St
Jamestown, NY 14701 United States

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716-640-8746

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Rolling Hills Radio
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