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Eclectic mix or music for duo at Zo

Singer-songwriters Larry Hoesing and Kathryn Jean look forward to sharing their music with you Jan. 31 at the Zocalo Café in Courtenay between 6:30 and 8:30 p.m.

Larry writes and performs an eclectic mix of original music borrowing from all music genres.

“When I sit down to write my goal is to challenge myself, to push myself out of my comfort zone. I think that is how all true art is created. With out that push I would only repeat  what is already been done.”

Kathryn enjoys writing about down-to-earth real-life experiences and sharing her passion with others in her music. She has been writing songs, poetry and short stories over her lifetime, and recently decided to start publishing her works.

Kathryn accompanies her singing with the guitar and uses the piano and flute to assist her when writing her compositions. She is recording some of her songs in the hope that others can identify and have a sense of connectedness while enjoying her creations.

Come and out and enjoy a relaxed casual evening of music.

— Zocalo Café

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