Debra Hadraba and Jeanne Kuhns Featured on Saturday Afternoon Concert Stage at Glas, Mar 19

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This month’s concert features two great women in the March edition of “Saturday Afternoon Delight” at Glas Coffeehouse in Sturgeon Bay.

On Saturday, March 19 from 1 – 3 pm Jeanne Kuhns and Debra Hadraba will celebrate the full moon with a delicious mix of soulful songs from the heart. Each of them will play a separate set to bring a double helping of talent to the Glas coffeehouse stage.

Jeanne Kuhns is a folk/blues singer,songwriter and a passionate performer who conveys to her audiences her love of life, women’s issues and nature. She has been influenced by folk, blues and rock and these threads have been woven into her music. She carries her poetic lyrics to you with a voice that has a private, intimate quality, full and deep yet capable of sliding into a clear high falsetto. She breaches the topics of single motherhood, surviving abuse and the beauty of the world around her with awe and humility and humor.

Debra Hadraba may be the Twin Cities’ most prolific songwriter, encouraging listeners to “Honor Your Truth” in her songs from the heart. She will be singing all original works, many of which are featured on her latest CD. She is also a blogger and a videographer with more than a hundred videos posted on her YouTube channel.

She explains herself as: “…a singer/songwriter/artist but, I don’t like to box myself into any kind of an ‘I am’ category. I prefer, ‘I am, that I am.’ You can decide. Appearing quite differently to different people, it stymies me when I’m asked to fill in the blanks to define me. No matter what the choices, it’s always an uncomfortable fit.”

On Saturday, April 16 Glas concerts will feature The Hollands! who have come to Wisconsin via Australia. The Hollands! are one part American dreamer, one part Aussie charm, with a splash of gypsy love and some punk thrown in for a spicy good measure.

Glas, The Green Coffeehouse is located at 67 East Maple St. in Sturgeon Bay – phone: 920.743.5575. There is no cover and all ages are welcome to attend the “Saturday Afternoon Delight” music series taking place March 19 from 1 – 3 pm.

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