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      Tingstad & Rumbel - An Acoustic Holiday Celebration! in Yakima

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      December 15, 2019

      Sunday   6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

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      Tingstad & Rumbel - An Acoustic Holiday Celebration!

      THIS IS THE ALL AGES SHOW AT 6:00 PM, 21+ IN MAIN HALL AND UNDER 21 IN BALCONY! FOR THE KID'S SHOW SEE THIS LINK For over 34 years, Grammy Award-winning artists, Eric Tingstad and Nancy Rumbel have performed and recorded music together and they have been a perennial favorite of Lincoln Theatre audiences. Their holiday performances feature a perfect blending of Americana fingerstyle guitar, double reeds; and the ocarina that lends magic to any season and fills the world with hope and beauty through the redeeming power of music.  Guitarist Eric Tingstad is a composer/producer/songwriter. Composer Nancy Rumbel is one of the world's most unique oboe, English horn and double ocarina performer and recording artist.  Eric and Nancy began their collaboration in1985. Their debut album, The Gift, an acoustic Christmas collection, quickly became a holiday classic. In the Garden raked in national reviews from The New York Times, The Washington Post as well as Billboard. Both Pastorale and Paradise debuted at number one on the Adult Contemporary charts. In 1998 their double album, American Acoustic was honored as "Acoustic Instrumental Album of the Year" and spent 10 weeks on the Billboard radio charts.  Their Carnegie Hall debut appearance occurred in 2000.  They received a GRAMMY Award for Acoustic Garden in 2003 at Madison Square Garden.   Nancy grew up in San Antonio's eclectic musical culture and continued her musical education at Northwestern University. She became fascinated with world music and experimented with improvisational techniques on her instruments eventually leading to an invitation to join the Paul Winter Consort.  Eric grew up in Seattle and attended Western Washington University where he was trained in the Segovian classical guitar tradition. He's also a product of rock, jazz and blues, along with the family "Hi-fi" with playing Hawaiian slack key guitar, Ravi Shankar, The Kingston Trio and Martin Denny.

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