Music, Music, Music: Performance by Luna & the Lost Souls
July 31 - November 30Free
Angela Luna has been known as an innovative, soul-stirring vocalist for more than 25 years. In her early days, she fronted the indie rock darling Jamie Strange, receiving five consecutive “Best Vocalist” awards (Hartford Advocate Poll). Since then, Angela has traveled the world performing with such acts as The Evil Beetles, Jet Black Jane, Ramon & the Monster, Doug Wimbish, her acoustic duo the Angel & the Hustler, and hip-hop sensation Klockwise. Today, she has has returned to her home state and her true roots to form Luna & the Lost Souls, an original group combining American roots music, world rhythms and compelling storytelling.
Angela has long been an advocate for the humane treatment of all living creatures. She currently operates a 20-acre wildlife rescue farm in Norfolk with her children, most of which are furry or feathered. As a proponent for social justice through the creative arts, she also works with the Judy Dworin Performance Project, collaborating with the women of York Correctional Facility. This yearly residency culminates in a presentation attended by our state governor, other dignitaries and the women’s families.
Here she appears on her farm singing with her daughter, Joanie Burzymowska, in a special performance of her original song, “Blue Green,” soon to be released on the album Champagne Apocalypse.