Rounding Up The Storytellers
It's that time of year again...the 18th Annual Montana Storytelling Roundup is coming to Cut Bank NEXT weekend, Friday and Saturday, April 27th and 28th. If you've attended before, I don't have to tell you how good it is. And, if you haven't, I strongly encourage you to attend this year...you won't be disappointed! All of us are very blessed here in the Golden Triangle to have this caliber of fare available to us every spring. I've seen the entertainment lineup and it's looks better than ever this year. I'll be interviewing several of the performers next week on the Puffman Show. Next Monday, (the 23rd), I'll be talking with Aleka, a monastic composer/song writer for over a decade. Aleka has spent the majority of the past 11 months creating and completing 45 original works, a selected 12 of which she is ready to reveal: first to a chosen few and now to the public in her debut CD "White Darkness". Aleka who was born near the foot of Mount Olympus, Greece, will be performing at the Storytellers Friday evening, the 27th, and and Saturday afternoon (the 28th) at 3:25. I'm anxious to hear this piano player, singer, and song writer at the 18th annual Montana Storytelling Roundup at the Cut Bank High School. Besides, I've seen her picture and she looks like Susan (Terry Hatcher) on Desperate Housewives! See you next weekend in Cut Bank.