Chad Wilkins Trio performs at Unity at the Lake
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What: Chad Wilkins Trio
When: Friday, Aug. 26, 7:30 p.m.
Where: Unity at the Lake
Tickets: $15 at the door
The unique sound of Chad Wilkins Trio comes to South Shore this Friday night, Aug. 26, bringing with them their catalog of folkestral cosmic roots music.
“Folky, progressive, contemplative, mystical — but the point is the message. His songs vary from upbeat, positive-vibe celebration tunes to deep, devotional guided meditations, all showcasing conscious lyrics — challenging, provoking, inspiring, drawing, awakening. Some are poetic images of Chad’s own spiritual journey; some are journeys in themselves,” states the artist’s website.
American/Australian singer-songwriter Wilkins has toured across Australia and New Zealand, as well as the West Coast and South West United States.
“From his lively, progressive grooves, to his deeply prayerful chants, spanning many genres, Chad’s rootsy folk anthems carry themes of love, gratitude, risk, honor, and pure vibrant life — giving voice to our cry for spiritual transformation, harmony with the Earth, and hope for a bright future,” according to the artist’s online biography.
“Whether performing solo, with his full band, or anywhere in between, he guides his listeners through an interactive journey ranging from dancing celebration to mindful meditation to sing-along declarations.”
The concert begins at 7:30 p.m. at Unity at the Lake, which is located at 1195 Rufus Allen Boulevard.
Tickets are available to purchase at the door, and cost $15.
For more information, visit http://www.chadwilkinsmusic.com.
— Lake Tahoe Action
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