This just in from The Dive Bar…

Shana Morrison returns for the second time to The Dive Bar Thursday September 2nd @ 9pm. Last time she was here, there was a line out the doorand down the street and many of you missed this fantastic event. This time we’ve got more room and we hope you can ALL make it out!

Shana’s east coast band features Worcester’s own Roger Lavallee and Scott Ricciuti on guitars, Ron Mominee on bass and Duncan Arsenault on drums. The Dive Bar show will kick off a series of shows in RI, VT, PA and NYC before Shana returns back to her home in San Francisco.

Here’s some background on Shana:

After graduating with a business degree from Pepperdine University in 1993, she went on the road touring with her father Van Morrison and his band for a year. She duetted with him on his 1994 album A Night in San Francisco, and 1995’s Days Like This. She then returned to Marin County and formed her own band, Caledonia.

She has an established music career of her own and has toured regularly with her band since 1996. Her first album, Caledonia was released on her own Belfast Violet Records in 1998 and licensed for distribution by Monster Music in 1999. Her second album, Everybody’s Angel is a collaboration with slide guitarist Roy Rogers. Her third album, 7 Wishes was recorded in 2002 with the Vanguard Records label and is produced by Steve Buckingham (who produced for Mary Chapin Carpenter, Dolly Parton). She released That’s Who I Am, that was produced by Morrison herself on her own label, Belfast Violet Records in 2006. On March 4, 2010, Morrison released her latest album, Joyride. As with her last release, the new album is on the Belfast Violet label with Jim Lauderdale contributing vocals for a duet on “He Won’t Send Roses”.

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