Shelley Campbell in Concert

The Performance Space is pleased to welcome Shelley Campbell for her debut concert performance.  Join us for an evening of song and live music at its finest.

Shelley Campbell, an up and coming singer, will inspire and delight her audience in her debut concert as a solo artist Dec.2nd! Growing up in Albuquerque one of her musical experiences included singing back-up for “The Steve O’Neil Band” in the 80’s, which opened up for “The Motels”. Having then lived on Kauai until 2004, she appeared on “Hawaii Stars,” Hawaii’s version of American Idol, recorded a song for the soundtrack of the surf movie “Bali Hai” titled “The Last Illusion.” and won the talent portion of the “Miss Kauai” pageant with her rendition of the song “Dancing Bird” by Holly Near. Shelley’s lifelong passion for her singing career is to serve and connect with her audience in a more authentic, intimate, and meaningful way. One that will awaken, inspire and foster a sense of divinity & deeper connection to ourselves and each other. With the tenderness and yearning of her voice her deepest desire is to nourish the soul and enlighten the mind. The quality of her voice has been described as angelic, soulful, and heartwarming and has often moved people to tears. She will be accompanied by Michael Hall on piano, Darragh Nagle on guitar, and Christina Boiano & Diana James on vocals. Shelley is currently working on her first CD, due out in 2012.

Friday, December 2 at 6:30 pm.  Tickets are $10.

The Performance Space is located just 15 minutes from downtown Santa Fe.  Go to for more information.



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