Music Program
 


Saturday, October 25, 2003

TRET FURE

Presented at:
Hallwalls

TRET FURE


Saturday, Oct. 25 • 8:00 P.M.
Tomboy girl Records presents
Tret Fure
Singer/Songwriter
$15

One of the most prolific of contemporary singer-songwriters, Tret Fure also possesses an uncanny mastery of recording technology. Over the past 30 years, Fure has engineered and produced countless recordings by a variety of artists as well as her own. Her own acclaimed solo releases include Terminal Hold, Edges of the Heart, Time Turns the Moon, and Back Home, which in 2001 took both album of the year and single of the year awards from Outvoice Top 40. Fure has just released her latest and best work to date, My Shoes, of which Sing Out magazine says "Fure’s new solo venture signals her intent to do more than just move on. This album soars…She has never sounded better…This mature effort surely ranks among Fure’s finest works and will be savored by old and new fans alike." In addition to her music, Fure and her partner Jane Weldon started a line of clothing named after her popular song, "Tomboy girl," and recently opened a retail store in Madison. Tret serves as an officer of Local 1000 of the Traveling Musicians Association, a union geared toward helping traveling musicians find security and longevity


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