Entertainment Briefs: Dec. 14
Watercolor Dogs Art Studio offers winter classes
Watercolor Dogs Art Studio has scheduled winter 2013 classes at the studio, 145 N. Mesa St., in Fruita.
A variety of classes for children, teens and adults will be offered beginning in January.Go to http://www.watercolordogs.com or call 270-2235 for information.
Grand Junction one-man band releases ninth CD
The One Man Morman Blues Band (Gary McAllister) has announced the release of the CD “Ghost in the Garden,” which can be previewed online.
The album is described as “stories of ghosts and the supernatural, along with some true stories, mixed together in a folk-rock style. No gore or goblins; just love, loss, sacrifice, and longing.”
Album notes at http://www.onemanmormonbluesband.com, say that “The One Man Mormon Blues Band was formed several years ago, by just one man, believe it or not. This is his ninth album. While using a folk music style, embellished with jazz chords and occasional rock and roll rhythms, his stories and songs strive to create lyrics so musical they don’t need music — music so lyrical it doesn’t need lyrics — and stories so compelling they must be told. Many of the bands songs are based on Christian themes and scriptural stories. Others are just for fun.”