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~ Danielle LaPorte

Camp: Session 1

a night of songs and dreams with Maggie Hollinbeck

photo courtesy of Erica Spyres

I am beyond thrilled to invite you to join Maggie and me for a night of song and stories and dreams.   A house concert right here in my home in Louisville.

There will be Kentucky treats, wishes by the fire pit, and even a chance for you to win some seed money for your very own dream.  And I’m not even kidding!  (Can you hear me squealing over here and jumping up and down?)

Tickets are $12 each in honor of the twelve sisters who gathered in the basement of a Carolina beach house eighteen moons ago, where I first fell in love with Maggie’s voice.

Six bucks goes straight to Maggie.  The other six bucks will go directly into a mason jar at the door.  It will be the pay-it-forward slush fund for another dreamer.  And as our guest, you can add your name and a short description of your dream into the hat to win that mason jar of cash.

Tickets will go fast.  Space is limited.  Will you be there?


When: Friday, October 23rd, 7-9pm

Where: Tisha’s house, Louisville, Kentucky (address provided upon checkout)

How much: $12 per ticket includes admission, plus wine & snacks

Maggie is a folk-rock singer with previous gigs on stages like the Bitter End (N.Y.C.), Molly Malone’s and The Joint (L.A.) and throughout Northern California. She spent a year as “Christine McFlea” in a Fleetwood Mac tribute band called Rumors, complete with platinum-blonde wig. In 2013 she and her creative partner Graham Sobelman released her first full-length album, Another Shade of Blue, a song-for-song tribute to Joni Mitchell’s legendary Blue album. In August 2015, Maggie self-produced her first full-length solo album, Stripped Down, in a whirlwind 15 days. The album is now available on Bandcamp, CDBabyiTunes, and all other major distribution outlets.


“i don’t know how to convey how incredible you are. how your voice is a gift that goes beyond words into spirit. how much we, all of us, this world, need you, this. thank you.” ~ Hannah Marcotti, magic-maker at

“Hollinbeck carries … a supple and emotive voice, which continually summons more heft than you think it will.” ~ Marcus Crowder, Sacramento Bee