Header3 – The Conway Muse

MuseBird Cafe w/Margot Merah, Timothy Hull & Jaspar Lepak

Saturday, March 14, 2020 from 07:30 pm to 10:00 pm

Event Details

Saturday, March 14, 2020 from 07:30 pm to 10:00 pm
Conway Muse at 18444 Spruce Street
Conway, Washington, United States, 98238
Starting at USD 0.00
Elfa Gisla
360.445.3000 360.445.3000
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Timothy Hull - is a widely appreciated singer-songwriter from Whidbey Island Washington. He has toured over the past fifteen years bringing his songs, guitar, stories and humor to colleges, clubs, pubs, coffee houses, and conferences, coast to coast. He has travelled with his music, but his music has travelled even further. Bands and singers from all over the world are known to cover his originals. 
Born of an Irish mother and American father, Timothy grew up with time split between the old country and the new. Although most songs he brings to the stage are originals, the influence of the old world, full of traditional music is clear. Hull’s songs are dreamy and vivid, glorious and sad. He effortlessly blends the personal with the political, the local the global and the ancient with the up-to-the-minute. 
Timothy Hull's songs are about life lived on a human scale, as captured in his vivid snapshots of playing and living on the streets or in a makeshift camp by a river, of wandering and rambling the roads and the rails, of making do in difficult circumstances. And in the immediacy and simple ‘dailiness’ of these images Timothy delivers the goods.



Margot Merah - Dutch singer songwriter and folk musician Margot Merah hails from Paasloo, a small township in northeast Netherlands.  Currently based in Amsterdam, Margot has been singing and touring extensively around Europe, Australia and the US for the past 15 years. Margot’s enthralling alto voice and unique approach to both songwriting and traditional folk music arrangements are what make her a truly compelling and inspiring performer. Her love of writing and of words is evident in her own original songs and in the songs she selects from the vast traditional repetoir.  The story is what compels her both as a writer and interpreter of other peoples songs.  But her innate musicality and unique approach to singing and guitar playing cannot be denied.  Years of touring as an accompanist on guitar for traditional harpist Ed ten Hoedt along with her interest in a wide variety of styles from country to blue grass, pop and rock, serve as a rich foundation upon which she has created her rare and compelling style of music.  




“You’ll find more than enough beauty and original charm to make you a fan.” ~ Rolling Stone South Africa
Jaspar Lepak is a folk/Americana songwriter whose remarkable   gift for melody is only surpassed by her poetry. A child of the Sonoran Desert, her songs are deeply influenced by the many places she has called home: Tucson, Minneapolis, Durban, and currently Seattle. Sweeping across landscapes with an emotional depth that is extraordinary, her lyrics expose a brave vulnerability while her clear, pure voice touches the heart.
Lepak started writing songs in 2002 while living in Minneapolis. Between 2004 and 2009, she recorded five albums, and in the fall of 2009, she moved to Durban, South Africa with her husband Kale. Her music found an enthusiastic audience, and in 2011, she recorded “Forgiving Wind” which Rolling Stone South Africa hailed as an album full of "beauty and original charm.” Lepak moved to Seattle in 2012 and released her 8th album “Close to Me” in September of 2017. "Close to Me" is a solo project recorded over a weekend in Seattle—just two weeks before her daughter was born! 
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Cost & Tickets

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Elfa Gisla

Phone: 360.445.3000 360.445.3000

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Conway Muse

18444 Spruce Street
Conway, Washington, United States
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