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Angel Band soars again at M.C. Opera House

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Published November 04. 2010 05:00PM

On Saturday, November 6 at 8:30 p.m. the Mauch Chunk Opera House located at 14 W. Broadway in Jim Thorpe will host the stage from which Angel Band soars.

Boisterous, sad, sweet, goofy, glorious and angelic. Any which way you look at it this stuff gets your attention. Whether it's the crazy tight three part harmony, the killer backup playing, the stories, the passion, it gets your attention.

The songs are mostly self-penned, weaving vivid images, powerful lyrics, musical integrity and "chops" to write home about.

The core of the band is held by the three singers: Nancy Josephson, Aly Paige and Kathleen Weber. All are experienced on lead and backup vocals. Working as the crackerjack backup band is Marc Moss (drums, guitar, and mandolin, accordion), Bob Taylor (electric and acoustic bass), and Christie Lenée (guitar).

The love of the sound that three female voices make together is at the center of this group. The chord rules the day.

You'll hear a fusion of folk, roots, blues, country and gospel-tinged throw downs. Any way you slice it this band catches hold of you and won't let go,

The impetus for Angel Band came from a weekly jam session that was headed by David Bromberg, who wanted to get back into playing music again. As his band came together and began to tour the ladies, who often served as backup singers, started opening shows for him and became an entity in their own right.

Most of the instrumentation is acoustic which allows the strength of the voices and the stunning harmonies to shine on through. This is truly a band that is aptly named.

Angel Band has three well crafted CD's "Beautiful Noise" debuting in 2006 joined by the "With Roots & Roots" in 2007, joined by their 2010 CD "Bless My Sole" the recordings are injected with hooky songs, world-class production and masterful musicianship.

Angel Band will host a CD signing at SoundCheck Records 2 blocks from the Opera House.

Doors for this concert open at 7:30 p.m. and the performance begins at 8:30 p.m. To reserve tickets by phone, or for more information, call (570) 325-0249. Tickets can also be purchased on-line at:

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