Kat Epple performs Calusa Inspired music


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The Olde Florida art show reception featured the band, “Anhinga" in a live performance of all original compositions of Calusa-inspired music, and musical impressions of Florida's flora, fauna, and natural beauty. Kat Epple performed on various native flutes along with world percussionist, Nathan Dyke, and Miko Amore on bass. The event took place in downtown Fort Myers Florida, and was a benefit for Abuse Counseling and Treatment Shelter.

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