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HFMS presents Wylde Accord! a Wylde Meade ensemble

March 9 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

$12 – $65

Event Admission

Second Saturday Concert is presented by the Houston Folklore and Music Society, a nonprofit organization dedicated to the preservation of folklore and folk music. Tickets will be sold at the door. Adults: $18, Senior Citizens (65+): $14, and Children (under 12): FREE (must be accompanied by an adult). Hot and cold drinks, as well as light snacks are available. Concerts are held in the West University Community Building. Visit our website, www.houstonfolkmusic.org or contact Jim Gill at jim@saHouston.com for more information.




Houston based Singer/Songwriters playing Originals, Folk Music, Celtic Music and other Traditional Tunes, as well as covering Nostalgic Favorites!

You’ve seen them in their respective groups throughout the years, now they’ve joining forces to bring you the very best humor and harmony blend in the Celtic Music and Folk Music HTown community!

Celia Homer (Christmas Revels, Revelry, Wenches, The Sisters, In Accord), Paul Cooper (Across The Water, Houston Symphony Chorus, Houston Balalaika Orchestra, Wylde Meade), Bob Stevenson (voted Lord of the Christmas Revels, Revelry Outreach), Ella Forel (Christmas Revels, Revelry, Wenches, The Sisters, In Accord), and Saena Eyre Solus (Celtic Chorus of Houston, Simply Scottish, Revelry, Wylde Meade)

Original members: Saena and Paul have been playing and singing together for many years now. Not just bandmates, but close friends, they have formed an unshakeable brother-sister bond that has seen each other through some truly challenging times. The music keeps them going through it all. They love the larger group, but their hope is to bring you “The Songs They Wrote” later in 2024. You never know what turns life will take, so hope for the best and plan for the rest! ~https://linktr.ee/wyldemeade

Singer-Songwriters Kim Solem and John Hull will open!
Kim Solem and John Hull perform original jazz tunes that are swinging, lively and fun. Their clever lyrics and virtuoso guitar and flute work are second to none.
Hull and Solem share a love for Tin Pan Alley music from the 1930s and 40s, and Solem said that they try to make their music sound like these old tunes. Some of their songs include a modern twist, like “The Coffee Song”. ~https://www.facebook.com/KSO616/ ~https://www.instagram.com/kimsolem616


March 9
3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
$12 – $65
Event Category:


Houston Folklore & Folk Music Society
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City of Houston District
Houston Cultural District
Houston Museum District


West University Community Center
6104 Auden
Houston, TX 77005 United States
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