Sujata Massey Talks About Her Acclaimed Novels of India

Sujata Massey, award-winning Maryland author, will be at Oxford Community Center, 200 Oxford Road, Oxford, on June 13, at 5:30pm.

Sujata Massey, winner of the Agatha Award and the Mary Higgins Clark Award for her novel THE WIDOWS OF MALABAR HILL featuring young female India law clerk Perveen Mistry. Maggie Andersen will interview Ms Massey as she discusses her work including the sequel THE SATAPUR MOONSTONE set in the Indian subcontinent. Ms Massey’ s fascinating plots, exotic locations, and engaging characters have made her a favorite. Mystery Loves Company Booksellers will have both books for sale at the event. The event is free and open to the public. To reserve a copies of the books please contact Kathy Harig, Mystery Loves Company at 410-226-0010.

More information: www.oxfordcc.org

Memorial Day Music at the Oxford Community Center

Sammy Miller & The Congregation to perform Saturday night

Memorial Day weekend just got a little more fun, thanks to Sammy Miller & The Congregation’s upcoming show at the Oxford Community Center.

The widely-popular Jazz on the Chesapeake concert series returns on Saturday, May 25th, with a lively, energetic performance of jazz music that feels as good as it sounds.

Rooted in swing, the group’s portfolio spans the American songbook with toe-tapping rhythms and an all-around feel-good vibe—fittingly self-described as “joyful jazz.”

“We take joy seriously,” says bandleader Miller. “There needs to be more of that in the world.”

Sammy Miller & The Congregation takes the OCC stage at 8 p.m. Tickets are $50. There are still a few left, so get ‘em while you can!

A Grammy-award nominated musician, Miller—who’s also the band’s drummer—is as passionate about mastering the artform as he is entertaining his audiences. It stems, he thinks, from playing music with his family during his childhood. When he was five years old, he and his four siblings started a family band.

“I think I picked the drums. I certainly didn’t resist,” he adds, laughing.

Miller believes music, particularly of the live variety, should be used to build and inspire community. Even more so, he just wants the audience to have fun.

“I’m very into standup comedy,” he says. “My goal as an adult is to figure out a way to put these things together.”

Miller formed The Congregation shortly after receiving his Master’s at The Julliard School, with the intent of providing a live experience—an avenue in which he felt he could entertain, enrich, and uplift audiences across the country.

“It’s that ephemeral thing that’s only going to happen one time,” he says, referring to the fleeting beauty of a live show. “I want to give people an impact.”

Whether you’re a jazz aficionado or not, one thing is certain when it comes to Sammy Miller & The Congregation: You’ll leave their performance feeling much better than when you got there.

“I’ve been to enough bad shows, I would never put someone through that,” Miller says, with a laugh. “It’s going to be a great time!”

Catch Sammy Miller & The Congregation on Saturday, May 25th at the Oxford Community Center. The performance is presented by Chesapeake Music’s Jazz on the Chesapeake in partnership with Oxford Community Center. Tickets are $50. Show at 8 p.m. For more
information or to purchase tickets, visit Jazzonthechesapeake.com or call 410-819-0380.

A Very Unusual Quilt Show

Bayside Quilters of the Eastern Shore, Inc. is a popular quilt guild drawing together talented quilt artists from much of the Eastern Shore of Maryland and Delaware.

Bayside is hosting a quilt show called “A Garden of Quilts”, May 31st June 1st and 2nd. The location of the show is The Oxford Community Center in the beautiful, Eastern Shore town of Oxford, Maryland.

Oxford community Center is a building that was a K-12 school for the town of Oxford and the gymnasium and auditorium is now used for many different community functions including plays and art displays. On the building’s incredibly high rafters and the members of Bayside Quilters, their helpers and some brave volunteers from Oxford’s Fire Company have figured out ways to hang the quilts from the rafters making for a beautiful display of colorful art works.

Community center set up

Antique quilts are not displayed in the community center, but in two gorgeous old churches. Old St. Paul’s Church on S. Morris Street, now a community building that is used for non-denominational functions, concerts and other gatherings and the John Wesley Methodist
Episcopal Church of Oxford Neck, corner of Oxford & Evergreen Roads. Antique quilt experts, Kay Butler and Cathy Spence, have researched many antique treasures for display in the churches. Docents will be on duty to explain the history of these rarely seen historical quilts.

In addition to the beautiful quilts on display, there will be vendors, two raffle quilts, a boutique, and quilts for sale. Reservations can be made to have quilts appraised (for a separate charge) by well known quilt expert Phyllis Hatcher (Phyllis2775@hotmail.com). Tickets for all locations of the quilt show will be $10 at the Oxford Community Center.

Community center bed turning

On Saturday, June 1st the Oxford Garden Club will hold their biannual garden show, “The Secret Gardens of Oxford”.  Tickets for the garden show are sold separately at the town park in the center of Oxford.

 

 

 

 

Fine Arts at Oxford Announces Artist’s Demonstrations

Fine Arts at Oxford celebrates 35 years of showcasing artists. Adding to the festivities, various demonstrations by some of the juried artists have been arranged for the public’s enjoyment.  These short demonstrations provide an opportunity for the attendees to participate and discuss craft with the artists in a more detailed fashion.  Children and adults alike are invited to enjoy these exciting presentations.

Paula Bell

Ceramic artist Paula Bell captures the imagination of the audience as she demonstrates the multi-step processes used in the creation of her porcelain structures.  She will share examples of her work to supplement how she builds select pieces through the step-by-step sculpting process.

Heather Crow demo art

Heather Crow

Heather Crow will share her insights on illustrating children’s picture books, and specifically how she researched Wind and Oyster Jack, a story about the friendship between two characters who depend upon each other – Wind, and the waterman Oyster Jack, that she works with.

Many of the original illustrations that contain specific references to locations on the Eastern Shore, as well as contemporary and historic people in Talbot County will be for sale at Fine Arts at Oxford.  Each illustration contains accurate depictions of how a skipjack captain depends on his environment and the wind.

Kim Klabe

Artist Kim Klabe creates such fun innovative works that originate when she pours wine or beer on her canvas.  With shear creativity, Kim draws images from and within those stains and eventually fills them with intricate detail and color, to create her final magical product.  Kim will provide background into her creations and will demonstrate the creation of her whimsical, innovative designs.

Kim Klabe demo art

Sharon Stockley

An often-requested exhibitor at Fine Arts at Oxford, Sharon Stockley will once again charm observers at her demonstration. Working with fire as a constructive tool, Sharon will discuss the techniques she uses as she demonstrates the welding and wiring of glass and metals into her sculptural artworks.

The demonstrations will be scheduled t various times throughout the weekend. Look for the schedule of demonstration times at www.oxfordcc.org

The exciting weekend of events generates critical revenue, which allows the Community Center to offer free and low cost programs throughout the year. Thanks to our generous benefactors and sponsors, whose support helps underwrite the event, the money raised over the weekend goes directly towards serving our greater community. We thank our sponsors, Doc’s Sunset Grille, 1880 Bank, FBB Capital Partners, Kinetik, WCEI, What’s Up? Media, Attraction Magazine, Talbot County Economic Development & Tourism, Oxford Museum, Go Glass, Easton Eye Care, McHale Landscaping, Preston Motor, Avery Hall, The Trippe Gallery, Shore United Bank, Wye Financial, Case Works Studio, Benson & Mangold, Mystery Loves Company, Eastern Shore Title, Teddy Bear Fresh, Booth, Booth, Cropper & Marriner, PC, Bay Light Candles and the Trujillo Family Trust.

The exhibit opens with the preview gala Friday, May 17th at 6:00 p.m. Saturday, May 18th the show is open 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. culminating with a Happy Hour BBQ and Live Music by the Wyes Guys.  Happy hour will begin at 4:00pm and the BBQ Buffet will begin on-site at 5:00pm.  Sunday, May 19th the doors open again at 10:00 a.m. Raffle ticket drawings for the work of art donated to the OCC from our amazing artists will begin at 2:00pm and will until closing at 4:00pm.

Tickets to the Friday Preview Gala are $80 (open bar) – Saturday Happy Hour BBQ is $25 (cash bar)

The Show Saturday and Sunday is $7 at the door. *Tickets to the Gala serve as VIP passes all weekend. To purchase tickets visit oxfordcc.org or call 410-226-5904

Announcing New Award for Fine Arts at Oxford

Thanks to a grant won by the Oxford Museum, Smithsonian’s Museum on Main Street traveling exhibition WaterWays is coming to Oxford! In honor of the exhibit, The Oxford Museum will purchase a painting during the Fine Arts at Oxford Gala, which best reflects the WaterWays themes.

The awarded piece will be housed in the permanent collection of the Oxford Museum.

WaterWays explores the endless motion of the water cycle, water’s effect on landscape, settlement and migration, and its impact on culture and spirituality. It looks at how political and economic planning has long been affected by access to water and control of water resources. Human creativity and resourcefulness provide new ways of protecting water resources and renewing respect for the natural environment. WaterWays is part of the Smithsonian’s Think Water Initiative to raise awareness of this critical resource through exhibitions, educational resources and public programs.

As part of its participation in the program, Oxford Museum has selected WaterWays as the theme for their exhibitions and programs this year.  As such, the Oxford Museum Award will recognize the artist who best captures how water continues to shape the Eastern Shore’s unique culture and landscape.  Special consideration will be given to artwork that reflects the urgency of preserving our natural and working waterfront.

Fine Arts Fair 2018, Flyer about the museum award.

“We are delighted to be hosting the Smithsonian’s traveling exhibition WaterWays this summer.  The exhibition will provide a springboard for the exploration of two critical regional issues – protecting our essential supplies of clean water, and strengthening our resilience to the rising tides that we will inevitably face.  In partnership with the Oxford Community Center and others, the Museum will be offering a full menu of programs and presentations to investigate the central nature of water in our lives.” -Stuart Parnes, President, Oxford Museum

Locations identified in Oxford as significant for the WaterWays themes include:

– Ferry landing
– Strand beach
– Town docks at end of Tilghman Street
– Town Creek behind Cutts and Case boatyard
– Cemetery cove
– Town Park living shoreline
– Causeway head of Town Creek
– Marshes on Bachelor’s Point Road

The award winning piece of fine art will be selected during the opening preview gala Friday, May 17th at 6:00 p.m. Saturday, May 18th the show is open 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. culminating with a Happy Hour BBQ and Live Music by the Wyse Guys.  Happy hour will begin at 4:00pm and the BBQ Buffet will begin on-site at 5:00pm.  Sunday, May 19th the doors open again at 10:00 a.m. Raffle ticket drawings for the work of art donated to the OCC from our amazing artists will begin at 2:00pm and will until closing at 4:00pm.

Light lunch and refreshments will be offered including famous homemade strawberry shortcake both days. The juried artists are on-site and available during all open hours for conversation and demos. There are raffle drawings and poster sales throughout the day, with a toast of bubbly offered each afternoon.

“We are grateful to the Oxford Museum for adding such a meaningful award to this anniversary year. The WaterWays themes are important to our life and culture and to honor an artist who captures these themes with a place in the museum’s permanent collection is amazing!” – Liza Ledford, Executive Director, Oxford Community Center.

The exciting weekend of events generates critical revenue, which allows the Community Center to offer free and low cost programs throughout the year. Thanks to our generous benefactors and sponsors, whose support helps underwrite the event, the money raised over the weekend goes directly towards serving our greater community. We thank our sponsors, Doc’s Sunset Grille, 1880 Bank, FBB Capital Partners, Kinetik, WCEI, What’s Up? Media, Attractions Magazine, Talbot County Economic Development & Tourism, Oxford Museum, Go Glass, Easton Eye Care, McHale Landscaping, Preston Auto, Avery Hall, The Trippe Gallery, Shore United Bank, Wye Financial, Case Works Studio, Benson & Mangold, Mystery Loves Company, Eastern Shore Title, Teddy Bear Fresh, Booth, Booth, Cropper & Marriner, PC, Bay Light Candles and the Trujillo Family Trust.

Tickets to the Friday Preview Gala are $80 (open bar) – Saturday Happy Hour BBQ is $25 (cash bar) The Show Saturday and Sunday is $7 at the door. *Tickets to the Gala serve as VIP passes all weekend. To purchase tickets visit oxfordcc.org or call 410-226-5904

Oxford Community Center Events for April

Fri. April 5 7:30 PM Oxford Community Center presents Jazz Vocalist Sara Jones and her trio to perform “Jazz in Bloom: A Springtime Collection of Swingin’ Standard’s to celebrate the warmth of April, sunny afternoons, friendship, growth and joy! So come out, get comfortable and bask in the glow of cheerful melodies that will lighten your heart and ease your mind! Composers included in the program include songs by Cole Porter, George Gershwin, Irving Berlin and Jerry Mercer. Tickets $20 call 410-226-5904 for reservations or go on line at oxfordcc.org

Sat. April 27 Oxford Day

OCC Announces the Juried Artist for 35th Fine Arts at Oxford

For 35 years, Fine Arts at Oxford has been the Oxford Community Center’s biggest, most visible event. Roughly 1,000 people come to Oxford over the weekend from throughout the state, Washington, DC, and the region to see over 40 juried artists exhibit and sell their Fine Art. The competition was steep this year with 24% more applicants (than 2018) and 13 artists new to the festival gaining acceptance. 27% of the applicants were turned away. Every year there is a fresh, yet consistently high quality show for art enthusiast.

The juried artists for 2019 are David Aiken, Norm Bell, Paula S. Bell, Christopher Best, Joel Boches, Carole Boggemann-Peirson, Jean Bowers, Katie Cassidy, Mary Clark Confalone, Heather Crow, Geraldine Czajkowski, Ned Ewell, Rhonda Ford, Jill Glassman, Stephen J. Griffin, Rae Hamilton, George Hamilton, Angela Herbert-Hodges, Debra Howard, Kim Klabe, Kathy Kopec, Mary Ellen Mabe, Nancy McIntyre, Diane DuBois Mullaly, Betty Papson, Paul Passano, William Patterson, Mary Pritchard, Jim Rehak, Steve Rogers, Ken Sadler, John Schisler, Nick Serratore, Sharon Stockley, Nancy Thomas, Mary Veiga, Betsy VonDreele, Jen Wagner, Cid Walker, Meg Walsh, Nancy West, Keith C. Whitelock. Barbara Zuehlke.

“Ten Kids” by Christopher Best

The Oxford Community Center is pleased to announce that “Ten Kids”, by award winning artist Christopher Best, was selected as the 2019 Oxford Fine Arts featured artist and painting. Observation and imagination are the basis of Christopher’s works, and “Ten Kids” is a clear example of their application.

Christopher began his artistic career at Savannah College of Art and Design and has continued painting in the “plein air” method where he learned to use time in addition to observation and imagination, in the construction of his scenes. Continuing his instruction with various artists and workshops at the National Gallery of Art in Washington D.C., he was particularly inspired by the paintings of American Life by George Bellows.

Chris’s unique technique using bold brush strokes and thick applications of paint create a natural, unapologetic reflection of his subject matter and the emotion it creates. “Ten Kids” is no exception. The painting reveals depths of color within a distinct palette. Prior to the Oxford Fine Arts show May 17 – 19th, Chris’ work can be viewed at christopherbestfineart.com

The weekend kicks-off with the gala preview event Friday, May 17th at 6:00 p.m. consisting of heavy hors d’oeuvres, refreshments and the main attraction of meeting the artists and gaining a sneak peak and sale of the artwork. Saturday, May 18th the exhibit is open 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. and Sunday, May 19th resumes at 10:00 a.m. but concludes at 4:00 p.m. Light lunch and refreshments will be offered, including famous homemade strawberry shortcake both days. The Juried exhibitors are available during all open hours for conversation and demos. There are also raffle drawings of artwork generously donated by the exhibiting artists and a “toast of bubbly” to wrap each day.

It is truly an exciting event and generates critical revenue, which allows OCC to offer free and low cost programs throughout the year. One of the keys to Fine Arts at Oxford’s success is the support of sponsors to help underwrite the event, making the money raised by the event go directly towards serving our greater community. We thank our presenting sponsors so far, Doc’s Sunset Grille, 1880 Bank, Kinetik, Forever Media and Attractions Magazine.

Tickets for the preview gala are $80. Saturday and Sunday are $7. For more information on sponsor opportunities, or to purchase tickets, please contact the Oxford Community Center at 410-226-5904, or email oxfordcc@verizon.net, or visit our www.oxfordcc.org. Sign up for OCC’s weekly e-newsletter for additional announcements and updates and like OCC’s Facebook page at Oxford Community Center, Inc.

Aerial Fabric Workshop Coming to the Oxford Community Center

Kerianne Hinerman

The New Year brings new commitments to health and wellness. The Oxford Community Center’s quest to enrich lives led them to try the latest trend in exercise, Aerial fabrics. Aerial fabric exercise is also referred to as aerial contortion, aerial ribbons, aerial silks, aerial ribbon and is an exercise when the fabric is used to wrap, spiral, swing, fall or suspend their bodies in and out of a variety of positions. The main tricks in aerial silks are climbs, wraps and drops which have become all the rage in exercise classes.

Aerial fabric classes are not just a great way to have fun and learn new skills, but they also provide a range of unexpected health benefits. Your figure, your health and your mood can be improved through regular participation in aerial activities. The top three benefits are listed below.

1. Strengthened Muscles. Aerial exercises make your body work more intensively because gravity is working harder on your body than usual. Aerial activities look very graceful and effortless but they allow significant energy expenditure. Aerial silks are especially great for improving upper body strength – it’s one of the best ab workouts around. Great news is that aerial silk workouts count as cardio too while providing strength-building benefits. This makes aerial silks a great form of exercise to improve upper body strength and to aid weight loss.

2. Greater Flexibility with Zero-impact. Aerial classes are the perfect way to increase the range of movements possible although being easy on the joints. As your body weight is taken off the ground, injury to the joints are less likely than weight bearing exercise such as running. So, if you have knee or back problems adding such a low-impact workout will work great for you. When you have freedom of movement, you can move your body into new positions to provide stretching that goes beyond the muscles to tendons and ligaments, helping to prevent injuries. This can result in a deeper and more fulfilling stretch than traditional gym workouts offer.

3. Better Focus and Stress Relief. Aerial silks put you in some challenging situations, so you are likely to concentrate harder. The joy of knowing that you did something new and amazing makes you feel good about yourself, increase your self-confidence and self-esteem. Aerial silk classes are one of the best mind-body activities that reduce stress – after a class you’ll walk away feeling Zen. Aerial silks instill a sense of freedom as you sail through the air and at the same time you receive an adrenaline rush from this.

You will be excited to find a form of exercise that is so playful! Aerial silk classes will make you feel free and creative while increasing your strength, improving your body and boosting your self-esteem.

Kerianne Hinerman is an aerial artist with years of experience teaching.  She will be offering a six week Beginner Aerial Fabric Workshop on Tuesdays at 10:00 am starting January 29th.  This one hour beginning aerial fabric workshop is designed to introduce you to movement with, in, and around the fabric.  Aerial fabric is soft and suspends you in a very gentle, forgiving way. The class will focus on stretching, strengthening, and full body awareness.  Each session will begin with a warm up including stretching and upper body/abdominal strengthening followed by basic aerial work that includes knot work, swinging, floating, and learning various poses, all assisted and performed low to the ground. The beginning aerial fabric class will accommodate people that have the desire to get a gentle full-body workout and stretch.

Try something new!  This class is designed to include all ages, abilities, body types, and lifestyles.  Anyone can do it!  You won’t believe that getting some exercise could be so much fun!

Workshop runs for six weeks on Tuesdays (1/29 – 3/5) from 10:00-11:00 am.  Cost is $120 per participant with a maximum of six participants.

OCC invites the public to come to a free open house with Kerianne to see her demonstrate and answer any questions you may have about the aerial fabric exercise. The free open house is Friday, January 25th at 10:00 AM.

OCC offers free and low cost programs throughout the year thanks to the generous annual fund donors and events. 63% of all events are offered for free. The money raised by the health programs goes directly towards serving our greater community with new educational programs, after school activities for kids, national speakers, concerts and more. To reserve your spot, visit oxfordcc.org or call 410-226-5904. The OCC is a non-profit organization focused on education and enrichment.

Calling All Artists to the Oxford Community Center!

Carole Boggemann-Peirson

The Oxford Community Center hosts an annual event every May, Fine Arts @ Oxford, which attracts incredible artists from the Mid-Atlantic and beyond. It is a juried show with almost fifty artists selected to showcase and sell their work. Submissions are accepted until December 31st. The anonymous juror will review all submissions in January and announce the slate of artists early February. The Fine Arts Fair is May 17-19, 2019. All artists are welcome to apply. It is a juried show, so every artist has a chance to be selected. The Community Center honors the tradition of bringing beautiful art to the region, new or tried and true. The event is known for being intimate and builds long lasting collector relationships for the artists. Audiences of over six hundred flock to Oxford year after year and this year there are more auxiliary events being added to celebrate the 35th anniversary.

This event is the single most important art platform for the community center every year. Producing an environment to share the spectacular artwork brings in revenue that enables OCC to provide meaningful programs throughout the year. Two new art programs have been added to the calendar in February including a two day art workshop with Carole Boggemann-Peirson February 4th and 5th and two day photography workshop with photographer Norman Bell, February 2nd and 9th.

Carole’s workshop, from 9 AM-3 PM, is designed for students who would love to improve their skills. Carole will cover aspects of strong paintings such as composition, values, color, light and texture to help lift students’ work to a new level. Rather than necessarily working toward leaving with a masterpiece, each will effectively study and practice painting a solid piece from start to finish. Carole’s workshop costs $195 and includes all supplies.

Carole Boggemann-Peirson is a Dutch artist who has been giving demonstrations, teaching work-shops & private lessons on and off the Eastern Shore of Virginia since 2005. She was juried into Plein Air Easton (2013) and has won awards at Local Color (Easton), Paint Snow Hill, MD, Solomons Plein Air Festival (2014), Gloucester Plein Air Festival (2017) & many more. Her work is in international col-lections and she was the featured and event poster artist for Fine Arts@Oxford show in 2015.

Norman Bell

Norm Bell is a landscape photographer who uses natural light and texture to create eye-catching compositions. He uses digital and film to capture images, and processes the images in a digital darkroom. His classes on Saturday are from 10am – 12pm for $40 (covers both days)

Mr. Bell is primarily a self-taught photographer. He became interested in photography as a child. He began developing and printing black and white photographs as a teenager, learning by reading magazines and manuals. Mr. Bell’s education and career choices diverted him from photography for a period of time. He resumed his study of photography in the early eighties, finally concentrating on landscape photography in the mid-nineties. Mr. Bell began working in medium and large format photography in 2001, using traditional darkroom processes for black and white images. His most recent work has been produced utilizing digital printing techniques. Mr. Bell’s work has been exhibited in juried shows in Delaware and Maryland and has been purchased for private collections.

Remember Oxford Community Center during your year-end giving. Thanks to the generous annual fund donors, event attendees and sponsors, OCC offers free and low cost programs throughout the year. 63% of all events are offered for free. The money raised by the Arts Fair goes directly towards serving our greater community with new educational programs, after school activities for kids, national speakers, concerts and more. The art workshops are funded in part by a grant from the Talbot County Arts Council, with revenues provided by the Maryland State Arts Council.

To Apply to Fine Arts @ Oxford, visit oxfordcc.org. To sign up for the class, please call 410-226-5904.

Singer, Songwriter David Massey Performs New Album at OCC

David Massey released his new CD October 30th entitled Late Winter Light.  The benefit concert Saturday, November 17th at the Oxford Community Center is his first public performance highlighting the new album.

Massey describes his new compilation as a reflection of his life. “The songs on the new record were written over a long period of time (the oldest probably in 2000), and in looking back and choosing the tunes to put on the album I was inspired by remembering how many different phases there can be in a life and then thinking about how we enjoy or grapple with whatever realities are facing us during those phases.”

David recently retired as a partner in the mergers and acquisitions group of a large Washington DC law firm which limited his live performances in the past. However, he found time to record three albums. Late Winter Light is his fourth.

Photo courtesy of David Massey

Rootstime called Blissful State of Blue a masterpiece, and added “David Massey manages, with his storytelling, to blow away celebrities such as John Prine, James McMurtry, Todd Snider and others that have preceded him.”

David has assembled an extraordinary band consisting largely of the players on his past three CDs, all veterans of the Washington music scene.  Their versatility allows them to explore the wide variety of styles and genres reflected in Massey’s compositions – from swampy rockers to bluegrass-inflected country rock to delicate ballads.

Massey explains, “My first three albums were different in that they consisted of whatever songs I’d written at the point in time I was recording the record; I didn’t have a significant backlog of unrecorded tunes to choose from.  Also, of course, I was younger, so maybe those records didn’t quite reflect the perspective that comes from seeing 60 in the headlights!”

David’s promoters in the US and Europe have just begun their launch to radio stations and reviewers. Those entities increase airtime, awareness and buzz which helps secure the album’s success. The new CD is available on iTunes, Spotify, Google Music and most other music streaming sites currently.

David Massey is donating this concert to generate revenue for the community center. OCC offers free and low cost programs throughout the year thanks to the generous annual fund donors, event attendees and sponsors. The money raised by the events goes directly towards serving our greater community with new educational programs, after school activities for kids, national speakers, concerts and more. The Concert Saturday, November 17th starts at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $10. Cash bar.

To get your tickets visit oxfordcc.org or call 410-226-5904. For more visit David Massey’s web site at www.davemasseymusic.com.

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