July 8: Folk Singer-Songwriter Doubleheader

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 James Lee Stanley has released  25 solo CDs, as well as CD collaborations with a range of artists from Tom Paxton, Pamala Stanley and Michael Smith to John Batdorf and Cliff Eberhardt.

He has a new live CD that he debuted at the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles to a sold out crowd. And tonight he’ll celebrate the release of his brand new CD, “Had Enough Yet?” songs of resistance, protest and hope.

 He wrote the Top Five hit Coming Out of Hiding, and other hits such as I Dont Want To Talk About It, Plenty of Reason, All I Ever Wantedand Make It Tonight; scored the Emmy Award Winning CATHY Specials for CBS-TV, the Cable Ace Award Winning Tom Par’s HBO Special, and the Award Winning Tom Parks Diabetes Documentary. He has produced CDs for Mike Pinder (of the Moody Blues) Nicolette Larson, Peter Tork, and many others.

James Lee has shared the stage with everyone from Bonnie Raitt to Robin Williams, Dionne Warwick to Steven Wright, Art Garfunkel to Robin Trower; sometimes spending as much as 300 days a year on the road.

He also spent five and a half  years on the TV Show, Star Trek Deep Space Nine, as various aliens including the singing Klingon!

Wishing and Bone is Tom Wishing and Noam “Bone” Cohen. They have been playing together since the late 70s in a variety of bands and projects. The music they make is a combination of blues, folk, Americana, country, and original songs. Tom’s forte is finger style guitar, and Noam has been playing the harmonica or harp since before he could stand on his own feet. Tom also doubles on banjo and sax, & Noam on mandolin and sax. Both have been in a variety of rock, blues, country and jam bands over the years.

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