Legends Tret Fure and Christine Havrilla will grace the CAMP Rehoboth Community Center Stage in a very special Valentine's Day and socially-distanced musical event! Throughout the pandemic, Christine + Tret have kept us feeling connected with their free virtual performances. These two women have given so much to our community, let’s show them some love back! Grab your sweetheart, pod-pal, or furry friend and cozy up for some love-themed songs from these two amazing artists!
Register in advance to be entered into a raffle, with fun prizes from the performers and from CAMP Rehoboth!
There is a small suggested donation that will not only go to help these two incredible performers whose livelihoods have suffered due to the pandemic-- but they also insisted that a small portion also go to CAMP Rehoboth as a fundraiser. Proof again that their beautiful voices are matched by their beautiful and generous souls. The donation is a suggested amount of $15 – give more if you can, less, or free if you can’t. Either way, you can register in advance here.
Tret Fure’s career spans 50 years, and she's released award-winning music in that time. Starting as the guitar player for Spencer Davis back in 1971, she released her first album in 1973 on MCA Records, produced by the late Lowell George of Little Feat fame. Tret has just released her 17th album, “Stone by Stone," definitely her most mature and thoroughly thought provoking CD to date. The material ranges from folk, to blues, to jazz, to rock with her retro song “Across the Room"-- a pandemic inspired tune. The title song is a beautiful autobiographical look at love through the lens of time. This album will see her in the top 10 of the Folk charts for January. Along with writing, producing and performing, Tret teaches songwriting and guitar, has her own cookbook and paints pet portraits on commission. Tret is a proud member of Local 1000, the folk musician’s union, where she served as President for 6 years.
Award-winning Philadelphia native Christine Havrilla brings her “well-built, catchy, smart tunes” (Upstage Magazine) to audiences everywhere, touring solo and also with the support of her band, Gypsy Fuzz. Christine utilizes the soft gritty texture of her vocals to express warmth and honesty listeners quickly embrace as well as her aggressive, raw, trash-style guitar playing and looping. What’s Up Magazine exclaims, “Christine breaks out the gasoline and sets fire to the typical Roots/Folk genre with blazing guitars.” 2020 brought the difficulty of Covid and a cancer diagnosis, but, Christine pressed on with many virtual opportunities which included WHYY picking up the band’s quarantine video of “Desire” for their House Concert Series 2020 while WXPN’s The Key (August 2020) raved about the same video saying, “The song is a jagged rocker reminiscent of Sheryl Crow and Bonnie Raitt!”
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