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The Textures and Tones Art Festival
Exhibit | Showcase
Date: November 11, 2013
Time: 11:00 am

Location: Show map
Gaston College- Dallas Campus
Morris Library, 2nd floor
201 Highway 321 South
Dallas, NC 28034

Contact: Alicia McCullough
Phone: 704.922.6459

The Textures and Tones Art Festival presents Michael Reno Harrell an award winning songwriter, veteran storyteller and entertainer.

Michael Reno Harrell songs and stories reflect the culture and humor of his boyhood home in the Southern Appalachian Mountains as well as a gained insight into the lives and experiences of people from his travels across the U.S., British Isles and much of Europe.

His musical recordings top the Americana Music Association charts year after year. Michael’s recordings have for years received and continue to garner awards in Country, Americana and Folk circles.

This event is free and open to the public. For more information about storyteller Michael Reno Harrell and upcoming Textures & Tones Art Festival events, contact Alicia McCullough at 704.922.6459.

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