Loretta Finalist in Tumbleweed Festival Song Contest

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I'm honored to say I'm one of 10 finalists in the Jane Titland Memorial Songwriting Contest at Tumbleweed Music Festival in Richland, WA, on Labor Day weekend. This year's theme was "Silver Linings," and I can't wait to hear everyone's entry! The whole festival is virtual this year, and you can listen to all the song entries on the Contest Stage. Curtis & Loretta will also do a set, on the Delightful Duos - Delicious Duets Stage. Check it all out, Sept 3 through 5, at http://www.tumbleweedfest.com/tmfvirtual2021.html.

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The Critics Say...

"Loretta's almost operatic alto and Curtis' rich tenor form a lush, polished and varied vocal blend. The pair's instrumental interplay is equally compelling, with Loretta's harp textures dancing in and around Curtis' deft guitar and mandolin lines."                          ... Dirty Linen

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Curtis & Loretta are an acclaimed folk singer/songwriter duo featuring extraordinary harmonies and an array of stringed instruments.

Curtis Teague: vocals, guitar, mandolin, mandocello, clawhammer banjo, steel ukulele, harmonica 

Loretta Simonet: vocals, folk harp, guitar, mandolin, kazoo, shakers 



 Curtis & Loretta at Pacific Northwest Folklore Society, Sept 14, 2018. Photo courtesy of Steve Marti, Loretta's high school friend!


UPLIFTING NEWS FROM WTIP RADIO,

GRAND MARAIS, MN

 

 

Lutsen resident Dave Howe on what inspired him to donate a kidney to a stranger.

In October 2018, we did a live radio show on WTIP in Grand Marais. We chatted about the music tour we were doing at Arrowhead Libraries, and we sang a song I'd written, "When There's Good to Be Done." It's a true story about Christy Harding, a young woman who donated a kidney to a little girl she'd never met before.

We got this email a few months later -

"Loretta, we learned recently that one of our listeners was so inspired by a story and song YOU shared on our show that he actually donated a kidney to a stranger. So amazing and wonderful!! Here's the link to the interview with him; thought you'd like to hear his story:

Click here to hear the interview with Dave Howe

:) You should feel really really good about this. All the best! Annie"
-- 
Annie Possis, producer, The Roadhouse