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Patrice Williamson at The Mad Monkfish

Jamme K Chantler uploaded this event on July 7, 2017

Where

The Mad Monkfish
524 Massachusetts Ave
Cambridge, MA
Map
617-441-2116

When

Sat, July 29, 2017
8:00 pm

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Musicians

Patrice Williamson

voice / vocals

Keala Kaumeheiwa

bass, acoustic

About

Patrice Williamson, vocals
Joe ‘Sonny’ Barbato, piano
Keala Kaumeheiwa, acoustic bass

Some people are just born to music.

Patrice Williamson’s childhood home in Memphis, Tennessee was filled with song. Her late father, Webster Williamson, an avid amateur singer, choir director, and pillar of the St. Stephen’s Baptist Church music ministry, introduced his children to both sacred music and the secular styles of greats like Louis Armstrong, Nat King Cole, and Lena Horne. With the encouragement of her mother, Lillie Rivers Williamson, Patrice followed in the footsteps of her elder sister, Denise, taking up the violin and making her debut at age four, playing a duet with her sister in front of the St. Stephen’s congregation....

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