Unity Center to Host StoweGood Concert
(L-R) Stowe Daily, Karen Taylor Good
Unity Center in Milwaukee will host a concert by StoweGood, an award-winning duo from Nashville with a mission of “healing the world through music.” The concert, which takes place at 7 p.m., November 5, is “a great prescription for laughter and joy in the midst of a world that too often feels heavy, difficult and chaotic,” says Unity’s senior minister, Mari Gabrielson. “This concert is hilarious, deeply spiritual and healing, and the music is for everyone that has ever encountered any type of challenge in their life.”
StoweGood is comprised of Karen Taylor Good, a Grammy-nominated songwriter and musician; and Stowe Dailey, a musician, songwriter and survivor of cancer, divorce and other challenges in life. StoweGood has been featured at many retreats, conferences and church events throughout the United States. They have also been presenters at TEDx talks.
Cost: $20 in advance; $25 at the door. Location: 1717 N. 73rd St., Wauwatosa. For more information, call 414-475-0105 or visit UnityCenterInMilwaukee.com.
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