By Staff Reports
(Apple Valley) – Recording artists Soul Pattern Project will be featured at The Lewis Center for Educational Research Art Reception on Friday, April 15 from 6pm-8pm.
Independently produced and distributed Soul Pattern Project is known for transporting audiences into a higher realm with original songs that are divinely inspired. Now you can blast off with SPP and experience what reviewers have called startling original rock.
The band features Southern California recording artist, singer/songwriter Maggie Vee, producer/musician Nathan Paul, Joaquin Sura/Bass and Alan Winkle/Drums.
Typically known for touring the Pacific Northwest and Eastern Rockies have turned their pixie-dusted jets to Southern California. Here is your chance to jump into their slip-stream and enjoy them live!
Described as a new sound, they invented the term “Fringe Folk,” for their early acoustic guitar music. Now in an expanded rock format, recent reviews call them bold and distinct; adult, independent and alternative; still at any one time being jazzy, bluesy and country in root, morphing into a flurry of atmospheric cerebral fusion, sublimely, thoroughly entertaining.
Enjoy an evening of food, live music and art exhibition, your $10 donation benefits the LCER Scholarship Fund.
The art reception kicks-off The LCER Festival of the Arts which will continue through Saturday, April 16, 10a-3p with vendors, music and art.
For more information call Teresa.(760) 946-5414 Ext: 201
Lewis Center for Educational Research is located at 17500 Mana Rd, Apple Valley, CA 92307