Krenz - Sunday,
First Performance - The Housewarming Concert
spans genres of folk, country, pop and rock with a voice that is
timeless. She shares her stories of growing up on a ranch in North
Dakota and most recently in her latest recording, Beautiful Soup, stories
of finding the love of her life and starting a family of her own.
Celeste Krenz, will join us in a special solo concert in a break from her
tour through Colorado and Wyoming with the "Women in the Round"
series featuring Liz Barnez and Rebecca Folsum.
real singer's singer, she connects to the pulse of a song
with a pure,
expressive soprano that is distinctive in its
rhythmic articulation and
tonal clarity." Sonicnet.com
“Meticulously drawn songwriting, equal parts torch
and poetry, brain and soul.”
infectious blend of sweet vocals, story based lyrics and acoustic
purest folk voice I’ve heard in years. And that little catch in
her throat gives it just a touch of hillbilly soul. I was so
enchanted I almost held my breath.”
Few Photos from the Show
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House Concert Series host, Dwight Mark, joined Celeste Krenz for a few
songs playing bass and singing backup vocals.
Reviews of the show
I attended the first Highlands House Concert series show on Sep. 18th with
Celeste Krenz as the first artist to grace the stage. Now, looking back, I can't
believe I was not aware of this great talent. Her voice is majestic, to the
point that I almost came to tears on a few of her songs. She has a perfect
control of her voice and sound. You can tell she is not new to the music scene.
She sings about things that we all can take comfort in, and she interjects sweet
humor whenever the opportunity arises. I thoroughly enjoyed myself in the
intimate atmosphere that the host has worked so hard to create. It was nice to
hear quality music, mingle with other music lovers and then not have to fight
the traffic on the way home. I will definitely be apart of many House Concerts
Sonya, Littleton Colorado
Homemade Wine Raised Funds for the
Subdudes Katrina Relief Fund
Petit Shiraz was made last fall at the Courtney Krenz home near Sloans
Lake. It just won a silver
medal at the first annual international home wine making festival.
There were over 120 entries, 4 gold’s,
5 silvers and 8 bronzes were awarded.
For those of
you who know and love the Subdudes, there is a relief fund for the band
members and their immediate families that have lost their homes in
Hurricane Katrina. While band members John Magnie, Steve Amedee
& Tim Cook live here in Colorado, Tommy Malone and Jimmy Messa had to
evacuate their families from their homes.
To find out more about the
relief fund, please visit the Subdudes website at www.subdudes.com
John, Steve & Tim have
been an inspiration to me and given the gift of their musical talents to
my own music.
may be sent by USPS to Norlaco Credit Union, Attn: Joanie Cook, P.O.Box
528, Fort Collins, CO 80522-0528; or via UPS/FedEx to Norlaco Credit
Union, Attn: Joanie Cook, 2545 Research Blvd., Fort Collins, CO 80526.
Money raised went directly to the Subdudes Katrina Relief Fund.