Find Your Angel
Find Your Angel is a riveting musical portrait about a courageous young woman named Lorena, from Vicksburg, Mississippi and her life before, during and after the Civil War. With the introduction of Lorena, listeners are drawn into a woman's story of struggle and survival equal to any on the battlefield. All the words and music of this poignant original story were created through a collaborative effort by Verlon Thompson, Sue Cunningham and Frank Serio. This brand new, unique musical performance brings Lorena's spellbinding story to life!
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Find Your Angel is an historical narrative in original song that will delight both history buffs and acoustic music lovers alike.
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Sue Cunningham was raised in a musical family and has been involved with music since she was five years old. Sue is a three-time Florida fiddle champion and is a much sought after studio musician. Through her performances and recordings with the international touring band Hickory Project, and the Rowan Cunningham Band, Sue has gained national recognition as a fiddler and fiddle instructor. Sue performed many shows with the late great Vassar Clements and their twin fiddles delighted audiences at festivals, concerts, and workshops around the country. In addition to her musical pursuits, Sue is a practicing engineer and holds a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University. She founded and still produces the Hickory Fest - Music In The Canyon - a family-oriented festival of acoustic and bluegrass music and crafts in the beautiful Grand Canyon of Pennsylvania, now celebrating its 13th year.
Verlon Thompson has been a professional songwriter and traveling troubadour for over 30 years. As a solo performer and the performing partner and co-writer of Texas songwriting icon Guy Clark, his compositions have been recorded by Jimmy Buffett and Alan Jackson, Anne Murray, The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Kenny Rogers, Randy Travis, Del McCoury, Sam Bush, Trisha Yearwood, and many more. Equally important in his songwriting and live performances, Verlon’s guitar proficiency has not gone unnoticed – his guitar can be heard on recordings by Restless Heart, Pam Tillis, and many more, including, and especially, Guy Clark. www.verlonthompson.com