Wednesday, May 18, 2011

MANIFEST to Showcase Art & Soul

The eighth MANIFEST showcase will feature Shane Morrow and Amber Fults, who are two of Chattanooga’s most talented creative forces, on June 10th at the Camp House (1427 Williams St).

Shane Morrow is a virtuoso musician and singer who has established himself in such large markets as New York and Connecticut. He is also the director of The Creative Underground, which is a multicultural collective focused on community arts. Most recently, Mr. Morrow and The Creative Underground produced the Jazz in the Hall and Songbook: Aretha Franklin tribute performances at The Bessie Smith Hall.

Amber Fults is a local singer/songwriter who boasts one of Chattanooga’s strongest and most soulful voices. She released her debut album Center of My Heart last September and has performed across the Southeast in some of the region’s top venues and festivals.

Closing the night will be Christian J. Collier, who is a poet and the organizer of the MANIFEST series. He will be performing a set of original poetry including some pieces from his 2009 chapbook Ghosts & Echoes.

General admission for MANIFEST: Art & Soul is $8. Donations will also be accepted to assist the victims of the tornadoes that rocked the area. Doors open at 8 and the show will get underway at 9.

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