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'On Our Own' CD set to be released

Concert a celebration of release of "On Our Own"

SUBMITTED PHOTOS  - Sherrie Wolf, left, and her daughter, Sarah, will present a concert with Dale Jones on bass at Lake Theater & Cafe on Nov. 21.

Lake Theater & Cafe’s Music Monday concert Nov. 21 will feature Sherrie Wolf and her daughter, Sarah, with George Thompson and Paul Chasman, for a CD release celebration of “On Our Own.”

Born and raised in Portland, Wolf’s interest in voice, songwriting and guitar led her to performing bold vocal interpretations of folk and popular standards at venues such as: Lake Theater & Cafe, Portland Art Museum, Cannon Beach City Park, Hoffman Art Museum in Manzanita, Portland Folk Society concert series and more. Her passion for singing began as a teen, influenced by Joan Baez, Joni Mitchell, Laura Nyro and Bob Dylan. She released “Keeper of the Songs” earlier this year.

Appearing with Wolf and her daughter will be Dale Jones on bass.

Joining Wolf will be vocalist George Thompson, left, and Paul Chasman on guitar. Tickets are $10.

Also performing will be George Thompson and his son Geordie, with Paul Chasman on guitar. Thompson and Chasman are celebrating the release of their CD “On Our Own,” a tribute to enduring love.

Wolf will open with songs from “Keeper of the Songs.”

Thompson has collected a diverse and vast repertoire of songs over the past five decades. He has sung in folk groups since the 1960s.

In his 40-year career, Chasman has played with a number of blues and bluegrass bands, including the Heavy Gauge String Band. He began composing music for the guitar, melding jazz, classical and folk idioms into his own unique style. Guitar Player magazine called him “one of the most deft harmonics practitioners,” and called his harmonics technique “simply astounding.”

Chasman helped found the Acoustic Guitar Summit featuring himself, Terry Robb, Mark Hanson and Doug Smith. He celebrated 50 years of guitar playing with the release of his CD “One Man Guitar Festival” in 2010.

Tickets to the concert are $10 and includes a copy of “On Our Own.”

Lake Theater & Cafe is located at 106 N. State St. in Lake Oswego.

Advance tickets are available online at laketheatercafe-com.seatengine.com/shows/45519.

— The Review, Tidings