Tom Rawson – a banjo-playing, crowd-delighting folksinger – performs songs of peace, social justice and just plain fun on Saturday, February 6, 2010, at 7:30 p.m. at Traditions Café at the corner of 5th and Water SW in downtown Olympia.
Rawson has charmed and invigorated audiences throughout the Pacific Northwest with his infectious wit, energy and songs that you just can’t resist singing along with.
As Steve Durfee wrote in the Victory Review, “Tom Rawson – Pete Seeger. These two run together in my mind. We gladly follow his lead and sing with the chorus from the very first song… First timer or old fan, old song or new, it always seems we are singing our favorites with an old friend.”
Make sure you don't miss this! Tom Rawson will visit Olympia in the very near future (March 7), to perform a concert to benefit the Olympia FOR.
Traditions Café 300 5th Avenue SW (5th and Water St), Olympia WA
7:30 PM on Saturday, March 7, 2009
Support the important work of the Olympia FOR
Purchase advance tickets at Traditions (sliding scale $10 - $25), or by mail.
More information on the concert, how to purchase tickets by mail, and contact information, see: Olympia FOR Benefit, March 7, 2009