Will Read and Sing for Food will perform Thursday, Feb. 18, 7:00 p.m., at Klub Haus 61, to benefit Psi Iota Xi’s summer Language and Literacy Camp for children. The show, open to the public, is a mix of live music and humor essays. The show will feature Scott Saalman, Debbie Schuetter, Megan and Isaac Gatwood, Kyle Lueken, Marc Steczyk, Ray Major and Kathy Tretter. The Zeta Mu chapter of Psi Iota Xi started in Dubois County in 1957. Will Read and Sing For Food has raised $55,803 for 23 charities since Oct. 2011. Admission: $10 or more donation per person to Psi Iota Xi.
Will Read and Sing For Food (WRASFF) will perform a public benefit show for the Dubois County Humane Society Thursday, Feb. 11, at the Dubois County Museum. The show starts at 7 p.m.
Muscle Shoals singer-songwriter Daniel Market and area favorite Troubadours of Divine Bliss will be the guest musicians. Scheduled WRASFF players will be Scott Saalman, Angie Mayfield, Debbie Schuetter, Kyle Lueken and Megan and Isaac Gatwood.
Market, originally from Newburgh, Ind., who holds a Master’s degree in microbiology from Vanderbilt University, has written a multitude of songs ranging from blues, to folk, to acoustic rock and has performed throughout the country. While living in Nashville, he regularly played the Bluebird Café, Douglas Corner Café, the Sutler and WRLT’s live radio broadcast.
“There are unforgettable lines leaping out of every song,” wrote The Performing Songwriter Magazine, regarding songs from his first CD. The magazine described him as “an artist with a voice and vision like no one else’s.” His is touring behind his fifth and latest CD, “Almost Alive.”
The Troubadours of Divine Bliss, well known in southern Indiana for their eclectic folk Americana music, tour in the U.S. and Europe. Their perfect folky marriage of six-string, squeezebox and heavenly harmonies, words and vocals, are a testament to their place at the highest tier of poetic imagination. Their latest CD, “As You Wish,” was released in 2015.
The performers will sell and sign their CDs after the show.
Admission: $10 per person, with all proceeds going to the Dubois County Humane Society. Enter at the museum’s main entrance. Arrive early to tour the museum.