Wild Carrot & Their Roots Band

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OCAC's new concert series "TenSoCo" will bring Oxford, Ohio and the surrounding area fun and affordable concert experiences in a unique setting in this historic building at 10 South College Avenue.

All concerts begin at 8:00pm. A cash bar will open 1 hour before the show.

WILD CARROT - Pam Temple and Spencer Funk of Wild Carrot met through music, married and began performing full-time together in 2000. They were quickly voted Best Folk Act in their hometown of Cincinnati and have since crisscrossed the country pleasing audiences with their eclectic mix of award-winning original songs, traditional tunes, swing, blues and more, being chosen twice as the only U.S. Folk Act to serve as Cultural Ambassador to Chile, South America with the U.S. State Department. When they're not performing, Spencer is also a respected guitar teacher and Pam, on-air music host of the American Roots program, The Front Porch, at local NPR affiliate 89.7FM WNKU.The latest CD from Wild Carrot (with Their Roots Band) was recorded live with an audience and is called Crowd Around the Mic, on their own Chocolate Dog Music label, released through Blue Jordan Records. It was truly grown from the ground, funded almost entirely by the audiences and donations from fans.

A songwriting workshop will be presented by Wild Carrot from 6-7pm for anyone who would like to participate in an interactive workshop. You might be interested if you have ever thought about writing a song, would like a different take on songwriting, or have words or poems that you think could potentially become songs. The experience will be catered to the participants’ interests and questions will help direct the discussion with the award-winning songwriters Pam Temple and Spencer Funk. Through demonstration and group exercises, participants will leave with a basic starting point and additional information for practice at home.

Check out these other TenSoCo concerts:
THE FAUX FRENCHMEN - September 30th, 2016
RICKY NYE INC. - October 21st, 2016