Mark, Deanna, and Chris giving a house concert at Lorie Marie's
Old friends, new friends, making music together, united and reunited across the miles, that’s what Full Circle is about…
Deanna Webb and Mark Richey made music together in the 80’s in the popular St. Augustine based band, “Sashay”, which was noted for its unusual renditions of favorite tunes and an incredible vocal harmony mix. Later, they relocated to Denver, Colorado and earned musical success there, adding originals and a recording to their achievements. As the decade came to a close, however, it seemed they would sing together no more as Mark returned to Jacksonville and Deanna moved even farther west to the ski resort town of Steamboat Springs, Colorado.
Years passed, and Deanna began bringing the then Colorado-based bands Sundog and Blue Sage Shoes to St. Augustine, playing various clubs and the Gamble Rogers Folk Festival. Her musical adventures include marrying the bass player for these bands, Chris Koebnick. Mark came out to hear the bands and support an old friend. Chris heard Mark and Deanna sing together, the attraction was instant, and a whole realm of possibilities opened for the trio. The seeds for Full Circle were planted.
changes, however, from the past; the group is successfully working on an
original program, including songwriting together, original arrangements, and
recording together. With acoustic instruments and folk themes, that same old
beautiful vocal blend is there, and the magic of the music between old friends
is alive and well. Full Circle produced a demo of
original songs called "what
goes 'round comes round". Take a listen and hear why we’ve come
Contents of "what goes 'round comes 'round':
FULL CIRCLE DEMO