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Saul Segan, Stephen Wise and Annabella Wood to Play Danielle’s Espresso Café

Local Personalities invite the community for an evening of music for a local cause.

Credit: Saul Segan, Stephen Wise and Annabella Wood
Credit: Saul Segan, Stephen Wise and Annabella Wood  Download PDF 

Prominent local attorney Saul Segan will join Circles of Miracles Church singer Annabella Wood and singer-songwriter Stephen Wise in treating the community to their musical performances at Danielle’s Espresso Café in Maple Glen on Saturday.     

The night will benefit the nondenominational Circles of Miracles Church and School that is located in New Britain.

Segan, who lives in Upper Dublin and practices primarily criminal law in the five-county area, is a prolific blogger for Patch and the Huffington Post. He is also a singer-songwriter who describes his music as “folk and country.”

A number of Segan’s songs channel Johnny Cash and, at times, Pete Seeger.

Wood, who has released seven albums, worked as a big rig driver for 20 years before becoming a minister and starting her local handywoman business, Belle's Buildings Handywoman Service, LLC. According to Wood, she won a national contractor of the year notice from Angie’s List in 2011.

She describes her music as being a simple style. Her CD “Truck Driving Mama” was released in 2010 and “Always With You” was released a few weeks ago.

“I am fascinated about the nature of reality and how our thoughts impress upon the nature of reality, and that is what a lot of my songs are about,” said Wood.

According to Segan, Wise, who sometimes plays with his band The Edge, played at Michael Vick’s wedding and has played for former Pennsylvania governor Ed Rendell. He is also a metaphysical healer and is based in Delaware county.

The three of them have performed together before, united by the drive to raise money for good causes and to bring people together, said Segan. “Music is a very unifying force. It bridges money and other gaps,” he said.

There is no admission fee but a donation of $5 is requested, which will go to Circle of Miracles. There will be a donation box as guests enter. Guests can also bring a non-perishable food item to donate. Copies of Wood’s most recent CDs will be available for purchase.

If you go

Danielle’s Espresso Café is located at 1967 Norristown Road in Maple Glen. The show is slated for 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Saturday.

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