While "artist" most broadly describes them, each crossing thresholds and forms of daily expression in their own meandering way, music is the intertwining rope that binds their souls together.
David Reilly was trained as a jazz percussionist playing a kit in his first band Stray Meet. He was led to playing the harmonica based on the rhythm and blues influences of favorite recordings of R&B musicians. Learning the guitar provided the supporting connection to his songs, poetry, and stories. Added to this array of instruments came the bass guitar; a desire to play motivated from years as a percussionist and song writer.
Judy Huber's musical roots began while singing and harmonizing among family members around an organ, piano and campfire. She sang in numerous choirs, played piano for a few years, and ultimately found the guitar her instrument of choice. As a young adult, she immersed herself with songwriting and learning the songs of Bob Dylan, Joan Baez among various other folk music legends, always finding time to weave her love for writing, singing, and playing amid building her career in higher education. Serendipitous moments throughout her life led her to playing the hammered dulcimer, which gave way to her learning the mandolin in more recent years.
Winter schedule to be announced.
Friday, July 29, 6-9PM
Friday, September 2, 6-9PM
Straightaway Cafe & Pub
Sunday, July 3, 3-6PM
Sunday, August 14, 3-6PM
Dark City Deli & Pub
Saturday, October 29, (time to be announced)
Black Mountain Arts Festival
Old Depot Gallory
Dave Reilly—Vocals/Acoustic Guitar/Harmonica/Percussion
Judy Huber—Vocals/Acoustic Guitar/Mandolin
To be announced.