Friday, Feb. 27 –
Rock, Folk, Country, Latin, Blues and Reggae escape through the fingertips and lips of SONiA disappear fear. With loyal fans across the world, SONiA continues to inspire audiences through hopeful lyrics and undeniable musical talent. Whether playing the piano, the harmonica and, most popularly, her guitar, as well as alongside a full band, her music is honest, moving, purposeful and relevant. A singer and songwriter of many languages – Hebrew, Spanish, English and Arabic – her fans span over 20 countries. She has shared stages with Bruce Springsteen, Pete Seeger and Peter, Paul and Mary, and her latest album, Broken Film, features the talents of Don Conoscenti on lead guitar, Don Kerce on bass and Brian Owings on the drums. Described by some as the “female Bob Dylan,” SONiA has rare talent and an obvious purpose. Her music plays on her belief that “when you disappear fear between people, what you have is love.” Touring all over the world, SONia disappear fear arrives at the Woody Guthrie Center, 102 East Brady St., Friday, Feb. 27. Tickets are $12 in advance and $15 at the door, and the show starts at 7 p.m. For more information, you can call 918.574.2710 or visit www.woodyguthriecenter.org.