Saturday, September 10, 2005

Smokey Miles at Carlotta's Passion

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Smokey Miles will perform bluegrass and other traditional American music at Carlotta's Passion Fine Art on Saturday, 9/10 from 6:00 - 8:00 pm. Smokey's performance occurs during the opening reception of "A Century of American Quilting: Traditional and Contemporary Fiber Arts", which runs from 4:00 - 8:00 pm. Both the reception and Smokey's performance are free of charge to the public.

Smokey Miles has worn many hats in the entertainment industry. He plays many instruments, sings, composes, acts, and hosts shows. After graduating from Princeton University, Smokey hitchhiked around the country playing wherever he could. He wrote many songs about his experiences. He ultimately settled in Greenwich Village and headlined at numerous venues the New York area. He was the music director and a performer in Rip Torn's Sanctuary Theater and The Cottage Marionette Theater in Manhattan.

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