Pioneer History in Story & Song

Northwest Troubadour David Gordon continues the 2019 season of “Pioneer History in Story & Song”  February 10 with a Valentines inspired show “Victorians in Love (and Occasionally Loss)”. David will share sad, and silly love songs from the 1800s along with the stories behind them.   !” 

Performances are at 1:30 and 3pm performances in the Jacksonville Library’s Naversen Room.

Admission is $5. Space is limited and reservations are required!  Reservations are available at info@historicjacksonville.org or 541-245-3650, and all proceeds benefit preservation and maintenance of Jacksonville’s historic buildings.

David has developed a dedicated Rogue Valley following.  His three previous seasons of “Pioneer History in Story & Song” have been “sell outs”. 

The Season’s Schedule
Sunday, February 10 – “Victorians in Love (and Occasionally Loss)”
Sunday, March 10 — “The 19th Century on the Move: Songs to Lighten the Journey.”
Sunday, April 14 — “Songs of Hardship and Hope: From Struggle to Strength.”

David is also available for interviews.  You can find biographical information on his career as a classical tenor at http://www.spiritsound.com/bio.html and his return to his musical roots as a banjo player who aspired to be a high school music teacher at http://www.nwtroubadour.com/bio.html.

Thank you for helping Historic Jacksonville and David bring history to life and life to history!

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