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Yvonne Hartman's great musical adventure (VIDEO)

Local contemporary Christian artist Yvonne Hartman is a fairly prolific songwriter when left to her own devices, but workshops with youngsters at Fleetwood Bible Church, where she's a youth mentor, were the catalyst for two of the three new originals on her recently released six-song EP, "Great Adventure."

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Written by Don Botch on May 8, 2017.

 

Americana Fest continues; Art Plus Gallery plans plein air exhibit [Spotlight]

Yvonne Hartman performs today at 3 p.m. on the Pennsylvania's Americana Region Festival Facebook page.

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Yvonne Hartman 'Not Ashamed' of her fourth CD

It was on a drive down Route 422 from her 400-acre Oley Valley farmstead into Exeter Township that Yvonne Hartman became inspired to pen "Not Ashamed," her favorite song from her new CD, "ReMade." -

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Written by Don Botch on September 22, 2015.

 

 

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Concert by Yvonne Hartman to benefit Pottstown Bible Church

Yvonne Hartman lives on a farm in the Oley Valley and attends Fleetwood Bible Church, a far cry from the gritty streets of Pottstown, but she has seen firsthand the level of need of some people in that community, and she is inspired to help. Aritcle is no longer online

 

Written by Don Botch on January 13, 2015.

 

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Oley guitarist's concert rasies money for church

Yvonne Hartman put her guitar to work for a good cause Saturday.

The singer-songwriter from Oley Township played a benefit concert at Proximity Cafe in Pottstown to raise money for the Pottstown Bible Church on East High street.

Hartman performed a selection of original tunes, accompanied by her father, Gary Yerger, on bass, pastor Jack Applebach on drums and Larry Adam on keayboards.

Audience members left donations for the church. A total amount was not available.

Applebach said that with the cold winter, Pottstown Bible Church needs all the help it can get to pay for its heating oil. The church also operattes a food pantry and provides a free community meal that serves up to 100 people every Sunday.

Written by Reading Eagle on January 19, 2015. Article is no longer onine.
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