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@ Sweetwater Union High School
2900 Highland Avenue
National City, CA 91950
(619) 303-8176
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IMPORTANT TICKET INFORMATION:
ALL SALES FINAL -- NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES
ALL ORDERS FILLED IN ORDER OF PURCHASE -- ALL SEATS ARE RESERVED*
*  By Row & Section number (seats are not numbered)
*  For more details, go to the
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HELD AT WILL CALL FOR PICK-UP
ADVANCE SALES END @ NOON ON THE DAY OF THE CONCERT
*  Unless the concert is shown as "SOLD OUT", tickets WILL be available at the concert
March 4 @7:30
“In 2016, I began searching for my next artistic project. My usual approach is to write a dozen songs or so, record them,
release them, and tour them. Some of this approach will still be applicable. But the first part - the composition piece -
became something else altogether.

Last year, I began flirting with the idea of recording the music of my peers, my contemporaries, climbing into other
people’s material as if it were my own. Like most musicians, this was how I started in the first place, by choosing songs
that really spoke to me, that I could therefore inhabit quite easily. That original method is again at play on this new
work, “Motherland”, 10 songs with women somehow in the blood and sinew of each song. There is something freeing
about wearing the musical clothes of another and finding that it is not so much a disguise, but rather a perfectly fitting
garment. And so, I hunted and chose songs by Bob Dylan, Joni Mitchell, James Taylor, Patty Griffin, Eliza Gilkyson,
Jackson Browne, Laura Nyro, Leonard Cohen and Jennifer Warnes, John Lennon, and one of my own, the title song,
“Motherland”.

This new production by Julie Wolf, recorded at Fantasy Recording Studio in Berkeley, features an all-star band of
sisters and brothers. I will be touring this new show, this new album of songs I feel you will love as I do now. And never
fear, I’m certain a few of my well-known, well-loved songs will make it into these shows as well,as they always do. One
of my first shows will be in San Diego, a city that has always welcomed my music. So please come and join us in this
celebration of “Motherland!” - Cris
VIDEOS:
Coming Soon
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TICKET INFORMATION:
NOTES:  Next orders filled in row indicated (approximate -- +/- 1 row)        
............All tickets are Will Call (pick up at theater on night of concert)
Rows 1-5:
*** Premium Seating - $35 (+ $2/ticket fee) ***
Next Premium Seat order filled in Row 3B/3C (+/- 1 row)
Rows 6-11:
*** Reserved Seating - $25 (+ $2/ticket fee) ***
Next order filled in Row 8A (+/- 1 row)
MESSAGE FROM CRIS:
For Cris, the music became the vehicle for something larger. Her lyrics appear on a regular basis in books and thesis papers. Her
albums are part of the curriculum for women's studies courses, and thousands of people who may not even know her name join
their voices in "Song of the Soul" around campfires and in places of worship. She is embraced by women and men the world over.
She is sampled in hip-hop. Her music is used by midwives welcoming life into the world, while hospice choirs sing her songs in
tender sacred escort. She has become a sought-after teacher of Songwriting at Esalen, Omega, Rowe, Hollyhock, leading people of
all skill levels into the wondrous world of lyrical expression.
"The first time I heard Cris' music, it was like hearing honey dripped on a cello...Cris has been a
whole lot of women's heroes -- including mine."
~ Bonnie Raitt
Decades before indie labels were the norm, and years before women had any real
access to the industry, Cris Williamson was busy changing the face of popular music.
In 1975, the twenty-something former schoolteacher recorded her classic The Changer
And The Changed, for her brainchild, Olivia Records. the first woman-owned
woman-focused record company. This album,her music and voice were key, and quickly
became the soundtrack of a movement, as well as the cornerstone of what would
become known as "women's music," music created, performed, and marketed
specifically to women.

Today, that recording, The Changer and the Changed, remains a favorite of so
many,and one of the best-selling independent releases of all time.Her performance
career includes three sold-out shows at Carnegie Hall and the headlining of many of
the great folk festivals, including Newport, Kerrville, Moab and Vancouver.
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INCENDIO means “fire” in Italian, Spanish, and Portugese; it is a fitting
moniker for Incendio’s sound is the nylon-string Spanish guitar, which can
conjure up romantic as well as powerful and bold images. – they refer to their
style as “Latin Guitar World Fusion”.  Simply put, they leave audiences amazed
with their phenomenal guitar skills and dazzling interplay.

Averaging over 150 national shows a year since their inception, INCENDIO’s
live performance has become an explosive improvisatory journey, garnering
tremendous audience response in such diverse venues as the Strawberry Music
Festival in Yosemite, the Sundance Film Festival, Catalina Jazztrax, California
World Festival, and the Levitt Pavilions in Pasadena CA, Dallas TX, Memphis
TN, and Westport CT to name just a few.
March 25 @7:30
TICKET INFORMATION:
NOTES:  Next orders filled in row indicated (approximate -- +/- 1 row)        
............All tickets are Will Call (pick up at theater on night of concert)
Rows 1-5:
*** Premium Seating - $35 (+ $2/ticket fee) ***
Next Premium Seat order filled in Row 4A (+/- 1 row)
Rows 6-11:
*** Reserved Seating - $25 (+ $2/ticket fee) ***
Next order filled in Row 6B/6C (+/- 1 row)
VIDEOS:
Click HERE to watch videos of INCENDIO
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Their seven CD’s have enjoyed international radio airplay and critical acclaim.  Their most recent guitar trio CD, The Shape Of
Dreams
, was nominated for an Independent Music Award.