The Not-So-Secret Family Show! feat. Red Yarn & the Harmonica Pocket at The Secret Society
Red Yarn (aka Andy Furgeson) is a Texas-born, Oregon-based family performer who weaves folksongs and puppetry into high-energy shows for all ages. With his engaging performances, lush folk-rock recordings, and playful music videos, this red-bearded bard is reinvigorating multicultural American folklore for younger generations. Performing with his wife Miss Jessie, guest bandmates, and a suitcase full of rowdy critter puppets, Red Yarn will have audiences singing, dancing, stomping, clapping, and celebrating the multicultural musical heritage of the USA.
Silly and sweet, The Harmonica Pocket is a young-at-heart family music act from Port Townsend, Washington. When The Harmonica Pocket takes the stage, audiences are taken on a musical adventure filled with song, dance and even a bit of theatrics. Their highly-interactive shows get kids and grown-ups of all ages laughing, singing and moving in their seats. The Harmonica Pocket presents dynamic performances incorporating unexpected props, acoustic instruments, hula hoops and spinning flags. Shows are sprinkled with wah-wah guitar, ukuleles, sweet vocal harmony, a looping pedal, percussion and of course harmonicas. The Harmonica Pocket has performed for busloads of children and grownups in theaters, classrooms, libraries, clubs, and festivals nationally and internationally.