From: email@example.com Subject: Pilgrim Family Adds Two Concerts Pilgrim Family Adds Two Concerts Standing Ovations. Standing room only. So many people wanted to see them and the concerts sold out so quickly That the Pilgrims have agreed to two additional concerts. Thursday, April 22nd Old Liberty Theater Ridgefield, Washington Tickets and Reservations call (360) 687-2656 or (360) 887-7260 Credit cards area accepted at (360) 687-2656. Doors open at 6:00 PM Concert at 7:00 PM Price: $12 XXXXXXXXXXXXXX Sunday, April 25th Old Liberty Theater Ridgefield, Washington Tickets and Reservations call (360) 887-7260 or (360) 687-2656 Credit cards area accepted at (360) 687-2656. Doors open at 6:00 PM Concert at 7:00 PM There was a misprint on some brochures. The concert time is 7:00 PM. Price: $12 Direction: Take I-5 northbound to the Ridgefield exit. Turn left and follow that road until it goes through town and ends. Make a right and the Old Liberty Theater will be immediately on your left. Updated information below. The Pilgrim Family is a mountain family that lives high in the Wrangell Mountains of Alaska inside the Wrangell St. Elias National Park. They have lived in the Wilderness of Alaska for six years, before that in a Wilderness location in New Mexico. Their music is a unique mountain gospel-bluegrass style. Wonderfully uplifting and exhilarating. They are self-taught and frankly, terrific musicians and singers. Their close harmonies will thrill you. You’ll get a little taste of something really special. This unique family offers you music you’ve likely not heard before and unfortunately, may not get a chance to hear again. For those few of us who have met and heard them, it is like discovering the Carter Family in 1927 all over again. The first time they were in front of a microphone was three weeks ago at an open mike. Every place we’ve taken them we to play, people responded to their wonderful music. The family is in Portland because nine-year-old Abraham tore one of his fingers off in a generator accident. Papa, Jerusalem, and Abraham flew to Portland on an emergency basis to Dornbecker Children’s Hospital in an attempt to re-attach the finger. Five other kids came down by van to join them and to drive them back. Happily, they brought their instruments. They have to stay a little while to make sure that Abraham’s successfully re-attached finger heals properly. This is a remarkable mountain family that is not likely to be back in Portland. They plan to return to their Wilderness life. A group of music enthusiasts urged them to allow themselves to be recorded and they have agreed. The first two concerts were so successful and so many people wanted to hear them that they have agreed to two additional concerts at the Liberty Theater on Thursday, April 22nd and Sunday, April 25th. These concerts were set up by those of us who care about them in order to help get the funds for the family to return home to Alaska. Billy Oskay recorded them at his Big Red Studio two weeks ago. They will have CD’s available for purchase by concert attendees. For more information about the family, we’ve helped them set up a website with pictures at < www.pilgrimfamily.com > For more information about the Pilgrims contact Chuck Cushman, at (360) 687-2656. We probably will not get a chance to hear them again. Call your friends. Please pass this information on to others. -- To unsubscribe from this mailing list; please visit http://governance.net and enter your email address.