Angela Durden and Marina Frolova-White bring you a night of songs featuring two keyboards, stories to make you go “Ah!”, sing-alongs, and a full band. Greg Fortune and Chris Senador are our two fabulous guest artists that evening.
Doors @ 8 PM
$15 Early Bird General Admission / $20 Advance after June 9th
$70 Early Bird Table for 2 (includes 2 appetizer and 2 drinks) / $90 Advance after June 9th
$120 Early Bird VIP Table for 4 (includes 3 appetizers and 4 drinks)
Early Bird tickets available until June 9th.
All ticket sales are final. No refunds. Door is Cash Only.
Angela K. Durden is a writer for businesses, and has over nine published books — children, business, memoir, crime fiction — and has written songs in many genres.
Angela teaches Creative Writing Workshops for grades 3-5, and is a writing coach. She is the primary organizer of a 4000+ member Meetup.com group called Atlanta Songwriter’s Club, and inventor of MyDigitalCatalog.com.
Angela was born and raised in Georgia, and currently resides in Decatur, Georgia. Click to hear Twisting in the Wind.
Marina Frolova-White is a classically trained musician in piano and vocals — including emphasis on solfedgio (sol-fa), music literature, and choir — with a Masters of Arts degree majoring in choir conduction and voice.
Marina teaches and coaches private students and is an actor as well. She served as Music Director in a mega church featuring special event choirs of up to 1000 singers, recorded two albums with the church worship team, originated two ensembles, was a member of a Christian Blues-Rock band, and more.
Marina grew up in the city of Simferopol, Republic of Crimea, USSR, Ukraine, Russia. Examples of Marina's music are available here.
Greg Fortune is a self-contained singer, songwriter and musician creating music reminiscent of the classics. Although blending Pop, R&B, Blues and Contemporary Jazz into a soulful stew, the music retains the intense flavor of each ingredient.
Chris Senador is a singer/songwriter from Atlanta, Ga. His music can be described as optimistic, heart-warming, acoustic pop. Chris is often seen here at Red Light Cafe participating in the Atlanta Songwriters Club. When he is not performing his solo music, Chris plays bass for Atlanta surf punk trio, Antarcticats, as well as for indie folk band, Small Time 'Capone. He has a passion for making music that will make others happy and music that "evokes positive emotions". Because of this, Chris spends much of his free time editing and remixing music for his favorite Atlanta artists.