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Sammons Center for the Arts presents The Selkie Girls

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Named after the mythological Celtic creatures who live in the sea as seals, but walk on land as humans, The Selkie Girls are a mainstay in the North Texas folk music scene. Captivating audiences with unique instrumentation, lush harmonies, and lively arrangements, the group features Alli Johnson on vocals and guitar, Jaycie Skidmore on vocals, flutes, and penny whistles; Dave Ervin on vocals, guitar, and mandolin; Joel Black on upright and fretless acoustic bass; Martin McCall on percussion; and Linda Mudd on harp.

Named after the mythological Celtic creatures who live in the sea as seals, but walk on land as humans, The Selkie Girls are a mainstay in the North Texas folk music scene. Captivating audiences with unique instrumentation, lush harmonies, and lively arrangements, the group features Alli Johnson on vocals and guitar, Jaycie Skidmore on vocals, flutes, and penny whistles; Dave Ervin on vocals, guitar, and mandolin; Joel Black on upright and fretless acoustic bass; Martin McCall on percussion; and Linda Mudd on harp.

Named after the mythological Celtic creatures who live in the sea as seals, but walk on land as humans, The Selkie Girls are a mainstay in the North Texas folk music scene. Captivating audiences with unique instrumentation, lush harmonies, and lively arrangements, the group features Alli Johnson on vocals and guitar, Jaycie Skidmore on vocals, flutes, and penny whistles; Dave Ervin on vocals, guitar, and mandolin; Joel Black on upright and fretless acoustic bass; Martin McCall on percussion; and Linda Mudd on harp.

WHEN

WHERE

Sammons Center for the Arts
3630 Harry Hines Blvd.
Dallas, TX 75219
https://sammonsartcenter.org/

TICKET INFO

$40
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