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Ann Caldwell & the Magnolia Singers

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HistoryLover2017 wrote a review Mar 2019
Maryland513 contributions206 helpful votes
I had the privilege of seeing a private performance by Ann Caldwell and it was witty, funny, beautiful and her voice is amazing! What a wonderful performance. Kudos to Ann!
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Date of experience: March 2019
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Angela B wrote a review Dec 2016
Fall River, Wisconsin9 contributions4 helpful votes
My family and I wanted a unique experience while in Charleston. Ann Caldwell and the Magnolia Singers definitely provided us with that kind of experience!! The evening that we scheduled to see them at the Circular Congregational Church on Meeting Street the fire alarm continued to sound. We quickly learned that no one was supposed to be in the church buildings while the alarm continued to go off therefore the group decided to perform outside. This was certainly a delight!!! My family and I really enjoyed this ambiance (minus the mosquitoes). Ann and the Magnolia Singers provided history of the songs they sang and were very engaging with the attendees. We have 2 sons ( one aged 7 and the other 13) and both enjoyed this interactive performance. The singers were so kind, energetic, humbling, and inclusive. I highly recommend taking time to see Ann Caldwell and the Magnolia Singers!!!
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Date of experience: August 2016
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JohnW_DP wrote a review Dec 2015
Gig Harbor, Washington18 contributions21 helpful votes
My wife and I saw Ann Caldwell and the Magnolia Singer in the basement of Drayton Hall, the kitchen and area for the enslaved plantation population. It was great. The acapella voices and tight quarters was probably similar to the environment of a plantation praise house. The "call and response" style of singing included the audience in the spiritual experience of singing away troubles. If you have the opportunity see them at Drayton Hall in December, do so. If you don't have the chance, see Ann Caldwell and the Magnolia Singers at the Circular Congregation Church in Charleston where they perform on a regular basis.
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Date of experience: December 2015
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PattyMcC7 wrote a review Oct 2015
Landisville, Pennsylvania190 contributions95 helpful votes
Ann is a charismatic and thoroughly charming lady. She and the Magnolia Singers put on a great show and pull the audience in with stories and songs in the tradition on spirituals and the Gullah people. One-of-a-kind Charleston experience.
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Date of experience: October 2015
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shermcc4 wrote a review Jun 2015
Tampa, Florida7 contributions3 helpful votes
Ann and I had emailed back and forth before my last visit to Charleston and she invited us to stop by and hear them perform ( June 16,2016). My daughter is getting married in April 2016 in Charleston and I thought it would be great for our guest and first time visitors to get a taste of the real thing. I also wanted them to experience the heart and soulful emotion of this group. They did not disappoint!!! Met Ann out front and she invited us in...unfortunately we had another meeting at that time so we hurried back afterwards..thought we would sneak back in and sit in the back and observe...oh no..right into the circle at the request of Ann. Needless to say..they all have incredible voices but their humor and interactions within the group and with visitors are priceless. No way could you not leave feeling good
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Date of experience: June 2015
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