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Spooky Songs & Stories with Michael Reno Harrell

Photo of Michael Reno Harrell.Join the Friends of Swannanoa Library for a big event. Michael Reno Harrell, singer and storyteller extraordinaire, is coming to the Bee Tree Fire Station on Friday, October 25 at 6:30 p.m. for an evening of Spooky Songs and Stories. Michael Reno Harrell is an award-winning songwriter, as well as a veteran storyteller and entertainer, and he’s from the Southern Appalachian Mountains in WNC.

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WNCW Radio:

Michael Reno Harrell has been at the forefront of WNCW's regional music scene since the late '90's. His storytelling, wit, and Americana sound make him a true treasure of the Southeast. Michael's name has become as well-known and respected among core WNCW listeners.


"Harrell invites you into his soul rather than merely allowing you to peek through barred windows... "

The Charlotte Observer:

Michael Reno Harrell is a classic storyteller with a voice that's part Marty Robbins, part John Prine. There's an organic timelessness to his songs, whether he's rushing through a classic on-the-run tale or quietly mourning a long-dead friend.

This free event is provided by the Friends of Swannanoa Library. Any donations are greatly appreciated. For more information, call 250-6486 or email

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