All Ages, Blues, Folk, & Country

Rosalie Sorrels

When: Wed., Nov. 5, 8 p.m. 2008

Rosalie Sorrels has been a folk singer and feminist icon for almost fifty years, a woman with an insatiable appetite for life and music, and a singer of uncommon power. She's been on the road, making her living as a singer since the '60s, playing the Newport Folk Festival, the Isle of Wight, and every folk club and coffeehouse known to woman. She's slowed down a bit in the past few years, but her forceful vocals are still inspiring. She's appearing in Berkeley to promote her new album, Strangers in Another Country, a collection of songs by fellow road warrior Utah Phillips. It's getting universal raves for its soulful interpretations of Phillips' tunes. Rosalie Sorrels performs Wednesday, Nov. 5 at the Freight & Salvage (1111 Addison St., Berkeley). 8 p.m., $18.50, $19.50. TheFreight.org


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Price: $18.50-$19.50

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