ARTS Pick: Hoot & Holler’s Soundtrack of My Life

Storytellers from Hoot & Holler share their musical adventures on Friday. Publicity image. Storytellers from Hoot & Holler share their musical adventures on Friday. Publicity image.

Backstage pass: Musically connected transformations are the theme at Hoot & Holler’s Soundtrack of My Life, an evening of storytelling that draws from personal experiences involving songs, concerts, and listening. Find out what happened at an after-hours hotel room party involving The Replacements and way too much tequila; hear how a banjo literally saved one man’s life; and witness how a voice teacher learned to sing again by listening to the radio. 

(This show was rescheduled from April 19.)

Saturday 6/8. $8-10, 8pm. The Front Porch, 221 E. Water St. 806-7062. 

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