Singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Donna Frost is a traveling troubadour with decades of performing and touring experience. Expertly weaving folk, blues, and pop, she creates memorable concerts that champion the human spirit. She'll be sharing her music and musical journey with the Williamson County community on November 10th at 6 pm.
Donna logs thousands of miles each year, performing across the U.S., solo and with her band. With over 300 songs in her catalog and seven albums, her music has received airplay, charted and garnered awards worldwide. She performed a tribute to the late Skeeter Davis at Kentucky Music Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony; and has performed live on Chicago WGN TV. Giving back to the community, she is an active performer with Music for Seniors, “Musicians on Call” and “Songs of Love.” She is an ambassador for True Joy Acoustics which donates ukuleles to pediatric hospitals for music therapy programs across the country.
The Listen and Learn music series is a collaboration with Southern Trace Songwriters. Don Schwartz brings in a variety of musicians and songwriters who share their experiences in the musical profession. It's a great way to experience the history of music genres and explore different styles and sounds.
Registration is requested and drop-ins are welcome.
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