Dear Music Friends,
I’m happy to report SEE ME JAM FRIDAY AUG 7.
I played a pre-taped show in July for Richland Library in my hometown of Columbia, SC.
THE SHOW STREAMS THIS FRIDAY August 7
From 7pm – 8pm PLEASE come and support our Library’s efforts to connect and bring quality entertainment to music and book loving people.
Here is your link, so sign up FREE right now and watch on Friday, Aug 7 from 7-8pm
My music will be featured in a 3-part series called “Brazen Belles!” that educates viewers on the history of the Women’s Suffrage movement and SC women’s (and lawmakers) roles in tirelessly working for women’s rights. Check out the link below for more information and registration for the August 20th free online screening.
The film creator, Audrey Fannin Muck, wishes to connect with educators on this content. The series features South Carolina women active in the suffrage, Civil Rights and Equal Rights Amendment movements. Any information or contacts you may have to move this content to our students is needed and greatly appreciated. My personal email is email@example.com
BECOME A DANIELLE HOWLE SUPPORTER ON PATREON
Choose your tier to support. Why? You like my music. Stimulus check? What is that? None here. All my love. Here’s the link
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TINY DECK MUSIC SERIES
Wanna hear some good music in Live stream? You are welcome here every Wednesday from 6-10. All input welcome for our success on bringing great local and regional bands to your world. Here’s a link to our next one
Local Music Scene SC presents new showcase on EARTHA KIT
From Jerry Axson, music archivist, LMSSC creator, and songwriter. We now have a showcase on EARTH KIT. Here are his words and how to learn more about a music and cultural icon, and human rights activist, just to say a few things Eartha did and her legacy continues to do now.
“After months of research and studying Eartha Kitt's incredible life and career I have come away with the greatest of respect and admiration for her and I would have to say in my opinion she is the most accomplished talent this state has yet produced.” Jerry Axson