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Email from the mountains…

I received this the other day and decided to just go ahead and post it in it’s entirety…

Hey Gary,

This is Daniel Massoglia, and I’m working on a congressional campaign in North Carolina’s fifth district, which includes those mountains that you dream about. There is a bluegrass event in Asheville that we’re trying to publicize, and I’d love to see it up on your mountaindreams blog. I’ve written up a short description, which is below, but basically it’s a meet and greet with T Bone Burnett in conjunction with the Robert Plant/Alison Krauss concert. If you have any questions don’t hesitate to email me back or call me at 336 499 4140 Just so you know, the link at the bottom of the release is a link to an image of an email address and should be embedded as an image in the post to avoid his email getting poached by spam web crawlers.

In just a few short weeks, there’s an amazing music opportunity coming to Asheville. As some of you are probably aware, Alison Krauss, Robert Plant, and T Bone Burnett are performing June 14th as part of their Raising Sand concert tour. With over twenty Grammys and a platinum album to boast of, these performers are selling out venues across the country, and tickets for the Asheville event are going fast. What’s more, in a special offer, T Bone Burnett is hosting a special meet and greet prior to the concert at the Biltmore Doubletree Hotel. This event is a once-in-a-lifetime chance to talk with a Grammy Award winning music legend who has worked with countless artists, including Roy Orbison, Elvis Costello, and Counting Crows as well as film stars like Reece Witherspoon and Joaquin Phoenix. A pair of tickets to this event is available at the special price of $250 in the form of a donation to the congressional campaign of Roy Carter, who also will be available at the reception. Only 100 of these tickets are available, so visit quickly to reserve yours. Also available is are ten limited edition packages that pair access to T Bone’s reception with special, artist provided tickets to the concert. For information about the special VIP offer, which runs $2300, contact John Rhineburger at . These packages provide unique opportunities to experience bluegrass music unlike ever before.

I hope to hear from you soon!

Daniel Massoglia

Deputy Finance Director

Roy Carter For Congress

336 499 4140

So if you are interested in meeting a few interesting people or just making a change in the political climate this year and happen to be in the Asheville area on June 14th take a run over to the gig and let me know how it turned out…If anyone should get the chance, I would love a couple of autographs since I’m a big Alison Krauss fan and I love the CD (bought it pre-release).

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2 replies on “Email from the mountains…”

We’re sorta fond of that CD ourselves…and I think those two are coming to Roanoke after Asheville, need to check, but can’t afford tickets anyhow.

That’s my problem too. They were scheduled into Houston…but the tickets…whooo whee. I’ll just have to live with the cd’s myself.

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