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Bay Area Folk Singer and Her Group to Perform
Interactive Children’s Concert on June 22, in Palo
Bay Area Folk Singer and Her Group to Perform Interactive Children’s Concert on June 22, in Palo
Los Altos, CA, April 06, 2018 —Folk musician Kathy Sherman and her band Hey Mom! will perform a
free, family-friendly interactive concert Friday, June 22, at Mitchell Park in Palo Alto.
Part of the Friday night summer concert series at the Magical Bridge Playground, located at Mitchell
Park, 3700 Middlefield Road in Palo Alto, Sherman and Hey Mom! will perform from 6:30 to 8 p.m.
Sherman has been a professional folk musician for 44 years and a music teacher for nine. She performs
in three different folk bands and has released six recordings.
Her latest release is an 18-song children’s singalong album, “Let’s Sing!” which features such all-time
favorite sing-alongs such as “The Hokey Pokey,” “She’ll Be Comin’ ’Round the Mountain,” “I’ve Been
Working on the Railroad,” “How Much is That Doggie in the Window,” and “Teddy Bear’s Picnic.”
The album also has an accompanying “Let’s Sing!” songbook, which includes all of the songs on “Let’s
Sing!,” as well as selected songs from Hey Mom!’s “Listen to Your Mama” and “Singing on a Star.”
In addition to Hey Mom!, Sherman is also member of the Good Folk Collective, the Greek folk duo The
Plaka Band. She has recorded and released six albums with the three groups.
Media Interviews Available
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To request a CD for media review, please email Marci@ChatterboxPublicRelations.com.
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About Kathy Sherman
Kathy Sherman started her professional music career at age 15, playing Greek music in clubs,
restaurants, festivals , and concerts. She put down her bouzouki, the mandolin-like instrument central to
modern Greek music, long enough to earn a BMus in classical guitar performance from the San Francisco
Conservatory of Music. She was a member of the Electric Guitar Quartet, a classical / comedy group that
opened for such guitar luminaries as Leo Kottke, Jorma Kaukonen, John Hartford, The Great Guitars
(Barney Kessel, Charlie Byrd, and Herb Ellis) and Free Flight.
Kathy’s current music experiences include Greek folk music with long-time friend and fellow musician,
Notis Contoplianos in their group, The Plaka Band. Notis and Kathy have two extraordinary CDs, New
Songs of Old Athens (selected for Grammy consideration for best World Music Album), and A Time to
Sing, A Time to Dance, a rollicking collection of favorite Greek dance music. For more information about
The Plaka Band, please check out their website, ThePlakaBand.com. Kathy also plays classical mandolin
for orchestras who have the occasional need for one.
Marci Bracco Cain
Salinas, CA 93901