Saturday Mar 12th, 2022 @ 04:00 PM

MUSES AT THE ICEHOUSE


Ticket Price: $42.50

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This festival-style event, being held at the IceHouse, is for the benefit of Godfrey Daniels, and as such, no membership discounts will be used for ticketing. Thank you for understanding.

In partnership with Foul Rift Productions, Godfrey’s is very proud to present this inaugural event.  The key to “Muses” is musical diversity featuring female performers. This year’s lineup will showcase musicians who are all veterans of “Muses In The Vineyard” festivals.

Emily Barnes is a soulful, quirky singer originally from northwest NJ, now touring out of Denver, CO.

Brittany Ann Tranbaugh is a Lehigh Valley native, now out of Philadelphia. She’ll be bringing her trio to the show, teaming up with LV natives Joe Plowman and Kevin Brosky. 
 
Delaware’s Christine Havrilla is known for the soft, but gritty texture of her vocals to express warmth and honesty listeners quickly embrace, as well as her aggressive, raw, trash-style guitar playing. 

With her new album, “Daughter,” Grace Morrison establishes herself as a confident, refreshing voice
in country-pop.  

Rounding out the evening, will be No Fuss and Feathers.   They are described as a “heck-of-a-good-time” collaboration hatched by Catherine Miles & Jay MafaleKaryn Oliver and Carolann Solebello.  Shaken or stirred, NFF serves up a dynamic, cohesive cocktail of delicious harmonies, infectious rhythm, and spontaneous hilarity – with award-winning songwriting at center stage.  The group released their first CD, Traveling Circus, in 2016.   
 
 “Muses At The Ice House” is the offspring of the “Muses in the Vineyard Festival” that Foul Rift Productions presented from 2012-2016, featuring more than 100 female-centric acts. This year’s indoor location will mean the event may be presented in a venue not weather dependent.  The mission of the Muses brand has always been to present music of women, by women, for everyone! 

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