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Echoes of Ozark Souls: A journey through Job Harman’s poems
Echoes of Ozark Souls: A journey through Job Harman’s poems

Fri, Aug 16

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High Low

Echoes of Ozark Souls: A journey through Job Harman’s poems

A forefather's poems touching on life and society from the mid-1800s adapted to original melodies performed in a finger-picking style on acoustic guitar by Eric Keeney.

Time & Location

Aug 16, 2024, 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM

High Low, 3301 Washington Ave, St. Louis, MO 63103, USA

About the Event

RATING | PG-13

Genre: Music

My 4th great-grandfather, Job Harmon, was an active member of his community in south central Missouri in the late 1800's holding leadership positions, teaching and sharing his point of view in newspaper writings and especially his journal.  He was also a pioneer bringing his family from Kentucky to Missouri during the Civil War era capturing his reflections on life, family, society in journals of poetry.  Those journals have been passed down the generations with select poems having been adapted to original music composed by Eric Keeney, and will be performed for you at STL Fringe Fest '24!

Tickets

  • General Admission - STL Fringe

    $16.00
    Tax: +$0.80 Sales Tax+$0.42 service fee

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$0.00

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