I spent a good part of last Friday evening at the Passion for Change event, held at the retail department store of the sustainability-oriented organization, The Change Initiative.
It's one of those places where you can find stuff you didn't know you needed until you saw it.
The event was held at the upper level, and featured a large display of local artists' works. The musical component consisted of a variety of acts, predominantly of the acoustic, folk and soft rock variety.
I got there on time to catch Ishan singing and playing songs from the mid-late 20th century. Apparently, he jams around JLT from time to time.
Vijit Malik from the Desert Ramblers played some great acoustic bluegrass/folk ballads.
Core 304 had some excellent instrumental harmony.
The penultimate band was Moonshine, playing classic rock.
Red House wound down with some especially strong work on the guitars.
And it ended just in time for the evening discount special at The Taste Initiative, where I had a delicious sherry on quinoa for dinner.