Nina Gerber and Chris Webster In Concert
Nina Gerber and Chris Webster Appearing for Eagle Point Grange Benefit Concert
The country and folk dynamic duo of Nina Gerber and Chris Webster will appear at the Eagle Point Grange Hall, Eagle Point Oregon on October 8, 2017 at 7:00 p.m.
Gerber and Webster bring a blend of effortless voice and acoustic skill to their show. For more than 20 years, the pair have been performing together with a delicious mix of blues, country, pop and R&B sounds, and it always sounds fresh and new. From the moment they take to the stage, they play off of each other, improvise, break out new material and crack jokes, all to the delight of their audiences.
Websters career spans more than two decades, including a stint as lead singer for the popular regional Mumbo Gumbo band. She offers up astonishing power and passion with her voice while her singing can move from gut-wrenching torch songs to gentle ballads. As a singer-songwriter, Websters material touches on existential angst to romantic confusion and spiritual longing with a voice that has been described as winsome, evocative and fervent.
Gerber is a powerhouse in her acoustic skills on guitar, and over time she has become even more important as a performer, producer and arranger. She first gained prominence in her long-time accompaniment with the late Kate Wolf, and has since gone on to perform with the likes of folk greats from Karla Bonoff to Peter Rowan, Eliza Gilkyson, Nanci Griffith, Greg Brown, Jackson Browne, Lucy Kaplansky, Mollie OBrien, Rosalie Sorrels, Laurie Lewis and many others.
Gerbers soulful, honest enhancement of their music explains why she holds such a special place among folk artists. Her playing has been described as smokey, precise and full of the licks you love to hear.
Eagle Point Grange Hall (View)
No. 5 South Shasta Avenue
Eagle Point, OR 97524
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