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Sweet Honey it sure is.

Posted by Kimberly Sherman  January 22, 2009 06:32 AM

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“Like the gospel music it draws on, Sweet Honey in the Rock delivers messages with luminous, virtuosic singing, and the five women's voices blend and soar in a spectrum of styles few other ensembles could match.” The New York Times.

It's your lucky day, well, Friday Jan. 23, is your lucky day as Sweet Honey in the Rock comes to the Hop at Dartmouth College in Hanover. Seeing a show at the Spaulding Auditorium is up-close and personal, with magnificent sound, the perfect venue for this soulful, a capella ensemble. With their message of hope and justice, singing about issues both personal and political, Sweet Honey is perhaps the most sensible music group to see this week, when we inaugurate our 44th president.

Tickets are $40; Dartmouth students pay $5, and those 18 and under pay $14. There are still tickets available, call 603-646-2422 for more details.

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