Van Sessions 2.3 - Naomi Harlan
4 song acoustic set with Naomi Harlan, in a van down by the railroad tracks. Naomi began signing church tunes but has a wide variety of musical inspirations. Growing up in New Jersey, and California, Naomi now calls Ogden home.
Visit http://www.naomiharlan.com/events/ for upcoming shows.
Naomi created a cause-based company around two things she loves: music, and loving others. The String Effect are handmade guitar string charm bracelets. Shop bracelets here: https://www.etsy.com/shop/thestringeffect
- 2:00 - Black Diamonds
- 9:27 - Track 2 Mr. Right
- 17:45 - Track 3 Cowboys
- 30:25 - The Wild Wild West
Van Sessions is in association with Ogden City Arts and Ogden's First Friday Art Stroll.
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