Spider Saloff’s American Songbook with a Twist: A Friends of Rockland Library Fundraiser Event
The Friends of Rockland Public Library are pleased to present award-winning vocalist, Spider Saloff in an evening of The American Songbook. Her classic jazz style and her comedic story telling about the works of Gershwin, Porter, Berlin and many more will make this an evening not to miss. Saloff will be accompanied by Dick White, guitar and Spike Hyssong, bass; both of whom are well-known Maine-based artists.
Saloff is known as one of the great interpreters of the songbook and worked directly with the Gershwin family as well as being endorsed by the Irving Berlin Estate. The New York Times noted “a wicked way with a lyric and a glint of well-controlled mischief.” The Chicago Tribune called her singing “slyly sophisticated, easily, accessible, Saloff stands out as an ideal.”
Tickets go on sale Friday for $20 in advance, available at the Circulation Desk of the Library or by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org or $25 at the door. Seating is limited to 75. The Community Room is on the lower level of the Library. Enter at the basement level door, not the main entrances.