An Evening of Poetry at Pontiac’s Gallery on the Boulevard

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(Gallery on the Boulevard Press Release, Oct.  17, 2013)

Friday October 18 7:30 – 9:00 pm

Gallery on the Boulevard

53 Franklin Boulevard
Pontiac, MI 48341

Friday on the Boulevard is featuring an evening of poetry and stories from Timothy Jeffrey. Jeffrey is a seasoned professional writer, storyteller and teacher. Guests will be drawn into his imagination! sidebar01reader_supportThis is a wine reception. Adults only. RSVP for this free event: on Facebook: Gallery on the Boulevard; Galleryontheboulevard@yahoo.com, or 248-770-7685

We have added two musicians to our Friday on the Boulevard October 18. Both are currently involved with a project that Tim Jeffrey is working on. We know you will enjoy this evening of readings and music.

James Stonehouse began playing trumpet, guitar and piano in elementary school. Now an accomplished composer he composed his first song at age 10. A graduate of the Berkley College of Music in Boston, he studied film scoring and composition. James has recently completed work writing and performing the scores for several independent films and Documentaries including the 2012 moderntaxfull length documentary “Honor Flight Michigan – The Legacy” and is currently working with Tim Jeffrey on a musical for the stage.

Carmel Liburdi will also be performing Friday evening. I first heard her sing when she was just 16 and she blew me away. Now 20 years old she continues to write and sing her own songs. Not only is she a singer songwriter she also plays the guitar and piano. Carmel is currently recording music for Tim’s musical.

For more information visit http://www.galleryboulevard.com/main.html.

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