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Flutist Sammy Tedder and Adventures of Annabelle

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Sunday, February 25, 2018

79 6th St, Apalachicola, FL 32320



Flutist Sammy Tedder and Adventures of Annabelle

Flutist Sammy Tedder and Adventures of Annabelle Lynn

The Ilse Newell Fund For the Performing Arts will have a performer on Febuary 25, 2018 at the Apalachicola Trinity Episcopal Church at 4pm.

Sammy Tedder
Sammy Tedder’s musical talents stretch more than 44 years of performing, composing and recording sounds close to his heart
Tedder’s original scores and album projects feature these hand made flutes, drums and other ancient percussion instruments accompanied by contemporary instruments and the natural sounds of the Florida Wilderness.
Sammy has just completed the music soundtrack and nature sound design for the documentary Big Cypress Swamp: The Western Everglades for the National Park Service. 
Sammy Tedder’s music reflects his deep respect for the original inhabitants of this land and his passion for protecting our natural places for future generations.

Adventures of Annabelle Lynn

The Adventures of Annabelle Lyn is a trio of female folk artists that brings together heartbreaking original songs, tight and sweet vocal harmonies, powerful instrumental solos, and crowd-pleasing acoustic covers. Based out of Tallahassee, FL, these women bring the sounds of euphoric acoustic music across the Southeast, performing everywhere from rowdy dance stages to intimate home shows. 


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