MAILED: Sept. 21, 2000
Acoustic rock guitarist, songwriter and singer Inda Eaton will perform three free concerts at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire Oct. 5-7. Her shows will begin at 8 p.m. Thursday through Saturday in The Cabin, Davies Center.
Inda Eaton is an inveterate traveler whose performance credentials reach from Boston to Germany, Africa and Australia.
"Only in her mid 20s, Inda's worldliness comes across in her literate, coherent songs," wrote the Jackson Hole News. "Her music is full of energy, good humor and off-beat observations. Her tunes range from love songs to rock tales inspired by her travels, all backed up by her signature rhythmic guitar playing."
Inda Eaton has produced three CDs of her original songs "Thin Fine Line" (1995), "Seasons" (1997), and "Never Too Late to Fly" (1998). Her fourth recording is scheduled for September release.
A native of Casper, Wyo., Eaton now resides in Phoenix, where she directs her newly developed record label and distribution company and sits on the board of the Arizona Music Forum.
The show is open to all ages. Soft drinks, domestic and imported beer, wine coolers and popcorn will be sold. Proof of age is required for alcohol purchases.
The Cabin program is sponsored by the University Activities Commission of the UW-Eau Claire Student Senate.
Janice B. Wisner
UW-Eau Claire News Bureau
Updated: Sept. 25, 2000