Dear Friend of KMLT,
In these troubled times we could all benefit from a little comfort and care.
I say! How about a nice cuppa tea? Tea and toast… or a scone or crumpet. Yes, that does sound comforting. And music—yes, some authentic, down-home Midwestern folk music, rooted in Wisconsin’s own glacial soils, celebrating the natural world that sustains us all. We are pleased to offer a heartfelt live set of original roots music by the masterful Kendra Swanson!
Please join us for the Virtual Tea Party, Sunday, September 27 at 4:00 p.m. For a donation as little as $10 (through Eventbrite) you’ll receive a personalized link to the live tea party, held via video conference and featuring Kendra’s enchanting songs. And you can enjoy it all from the comfort of your own home.
Of course, higher-level donations would be very much appreciated at this time. We are raising money to cover our expenses during the pandemic when gathering in person is ill-advised and nonprofit revenues are down all around.
Our video-conference guest capacity is limited, so you are encouraged to register before September 21.
Kendra Swanson is a songwriter and performer of lively, folksome music: frailing banjo, rigorous guitar, soulful strings, and hearty vocals to boot. Her music distinctly embodies a truly Americana sound from (and about) the heartland, with intimate reflections on its flora, fauna, and people. She has independently produced and released three all-original albums, “Kendra & Kin, Live in Rockford” (2013), “Go Down to the Low Down” (2015), and “Without, Within” (2017). A troubadour and professional naturalist, she blends stories and ecology into one-of-a-kind performances of laughter and truth.
Follow this link to purchase tickets on Eventbrite! See you at the Tea Party!