Performers and Programs

Performer Information  
Stage name: Songs to Start a Fire
Performer name: Rorie Kelly
Phone: 516-967-7269
Mailing address: 7 Amagansett Dr
Sound Beach, NY 11789
E-mail address: rorie@songstostartafire.com
Website: http://www.songstostartafire.com
Previous appearances at: Staten Island Pride Center, Pride Center of New Jersey, Girls Rock Camp of Burlington VT, Grounds and Sounds Coffeehouse, Homegrown Music Cafe
Contact information for New York State Public Libraries
Information last updated: 10/18/2016

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Program
Category
Description
Fee
Stories, Songs and Sass to Ignite Your Personal Revolution Music,
Performing Arts- Storytelling
Are you ready to become the hero of your own story? Singer and songwriter Rorie Kelly invites you on a journey that will explore the darkest parts of your heart as well as the brightest gifts you have to offer. With radical honesty and compassion, Rorie will take you on a crash course to befriending yourself. That includes those parts of yourself you may have felt you needed to hide away. Moments of raw honesty will put you in touch with your own angers and hurts, allowing you to begin to heal those wounds. Songs of hope and resilience will lead you out of the darkness, offering the strength to go after the happiness we all truly deserve. Songs to Start a Fire is a passionate and transformative musical journey that will help shine a light on the person you were meant to be and the life you were meant to live.
$201- $350
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