Tom Prasada-Rao coming to the stage in Edom | Arts & Culture
Coming soon to The Old Firehouse in Edom, according to the website:
"Tom Prasada-Rao is a singer/songwriter of breathtaking vision. His rich, effortless voice - once described as "cream of angel soup"- belies his fine musicianship and his extraordinary songs. Tom's music is melodic, ambitious, reverent, and soulful.
A well-regarded record producer, Tom is also a multi-instrumentalist doubling on sitar, violin, piano, mandolin, fretless bass, and percussion on his own recordings, as well as contributing harmonies and guitars on a host of other albums. Additionally, he is a teacher, currently at White Rock Montessori in Dallas; formerly of The University of Virginia's Young Writer's Workshops, where he created the songwriting curriculum and taught for eight years.
Tom and his wife, singer/songwriter Cary Cooper, are based in Dallas, and have been featured on television's "Troubadour, TX" show.
Saturday, May 12, 2012
Doors Open 7pm, Concert Begins at 7:30 pm
Admission: $15 at the door
Advance Admission: $12
by cash or check made out to Ann Armstrong,
by Credit Card $13.50 (includes $1.50 service fee)
(please call us at 903-852-2781 to arrange)