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Scheduled Performances for 2018:  
November 15 ( Thursday): Shawn Mullins click for details
We just love this guy!! We are always trying to get him back since his show stopper of a performance some years back. Grammy nominated Show Mullins' critical breakthrough came when his song "Lullaby", from the album Soul's Core, became a radio and video hit. Another familiar hit, "All in My Head", was featured on the hit television sitcom "Scrubs”. But since then, he continues to write amazing songs and do amazing shows. THis is one of those shows people thank us for bringing to SMAC after it’s over. Don't miss him!

November 16 ( Friday): Tuxes & Tails click for details
An Evening of Giving for Conway Area Human Society
Casino, Live Auction & Dinner - Formal or Casual Dress -Your Choice!


RESCHEDULED TO WEDNESDAY, November 28th due to pending storm.
C'mon ... hold on to your ticket and if you haven't got a ticket ... come support the great work they do. See below.

November 17 ( Saturday): Paula Cole click for details
Simply one of the best female singers I have ever heard. Songs like "Where have all the Cowboys Gone" and "I Don't Want to Wait" put her on the list of chart busters. But the first time I heard her she was singing back up for Peter Gabriel. When he featured her, it was clear by the hush and then roar of the crowd that she was headed for bigger and better things. Of course her star rose quickly and now we are lucky to be able to present her in our humble hall. Just what we need to warm a November evening. The only cool, will be the styling of her emotionally charged voice singing her own songs of life, love and a philosophy that is all her own. Don't miss it.

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November 23 (Friday): Jay Ungar and Molly Mason Family Band click for details
Featuring Ruth Ungar and Mike Merenda.
The Family that plays together..stay together!
Well, even if they don’t all live under the same roof, this family makes terrific music and has a rip-roarin’ good time while they’re at it. The Jay Ungar & Molly Mason Family Band features Jay, Molly, Jay’s daughter Ruth Ungar, and her husband Mike Merenda.

Jay and Molly showcase Cajun, and Celtic fiddle tunes, and favorites from the golden age of country and swing—along with their own songs, fiddle tunes, and orchestral compositions. Jay and Molly have reached a wide audience through their appearances on Great Performances, A Prairie Home Companion, their own public radio specials, and through their work on film soundtracks such as Brother’s Keeper, Legends of the Fall, and a host of Ken Burns’ PBS documentaries. The two torch carriers of American music, have achieved international acclaim when their performance of Jay’s Ashokan Farewell, which became the musical hallmark of Ken Burns’ The Civil War on PBS …..winning a Grammy and Ashokan Farewell was nominated for an Emmy.

Mike and Ruthy Finding fame through their folk rock band, the Mammals, this songwriting duo are “musicians’ musicians” who have found fans and friends in the Americana world and beyond. As word of their well-loved records spread, the band quickly found themselves sharing bills with industry luminaries as diverse as The Avett Brothers, Milk Carton Kids, Elephant Revival, Ani DiFranco and The B-52s to name a “few” On a personal note I hate to pick favorites, but I think Ruthy’s voice is one of the most moving and beautiful voices of her genre and generation…a heartbreaking alto soulfully backed by Mike’s thoughtful playing, and singing. Great songs, a great family….a great show! They have it all!! Take a moment to watch their video.

November 24 ( Saturday): Stone Mountain Holiday Market and Fair
Our First Holiday event of 2018 :
A
litte, fair, a little festival, and a little market, kind of atmosphere to kick off the holidays.
An all day event with that fair festival, to " kick" off the holidays. Our Halls will be decked out all right! We will have all kinds of booths full of shopping ideas from crafts to repurposed items, to food, to Christmas themed wares.. As always the SMAC girls will be serving up lots holiday cheer and sustenance. Plus LIVE Music and your favorite games will be on in the Rooster Lounge

Here is the schedule of Events:
* Time: 9:30AM to 3:30 PM
* Come for breakfast goodies, a mimosa lunch, shopping, and hear some live music.
* For You Football Fans, Join Jeff in the Rooster Lounge for your favorite Game!
* LIVE Irish Music will be provided by The Press Gang

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November 24 Evening ( Saturday): A Barn Burner with Tricky Britches click for details
A barn burner concert in the old Quisisana Barn (our lobby barn)
Local favs, Tricky Britches, do a teriffic blend of old time country and bluegrrass. A casual atmosphere and we will serve light snacks and desserts, and of course you can belly up to the bar for a beverage too! And there will be room to dance some of that turkey off!!!
Show time is at 7:30 dot Doors open at 6:30
Light snacks and dessert served.

November 25 ( Sunday): Harvest Sunday Breakfast/Brunch click for details
9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Let us cook that last holiday meal for your family and friends. Your kitchen is probably still a mess!!! We will have an epic buffet of breakfast fare from steak tips and eggs to baked french toast. And yes, there will be donuts!!!! Seating is family style and it will feel like a big community suppah! No advance reservations will be taken, but .we would love to hear from you if you are bringing a large party of 6 or more.

The brunch is one price at the door, 20.00 per person.
Includes beverages such as coffee, tea, and juices. (Bar beverages like mimosas are extra.) Does not include gratuity. And enjoy the piano stylings of Sonny Barbato while you are here.

November 28 (Wednesday): Tuxes & Tails click for details
An Evening of Giving for Conway Area Human Society
Casino, Live Auction & Dinner - Formal or Casual Dress -Your Choice!


Join us for an entertaining evening with gambling at our casino tables, live auction, and a comedy show. Casino and Open Bar in the barn begins at 6 pm, followed by a gourmet comfort buffet dinner, auction, program, and entertainment by comedian Jim Colliton!

Come learn about our programs, services and support The Conway Area Humane Society.

For more information and to buy tickets please visit CAHS - Tuxes & Tails.
 

November 30 ( Friday): Devonsquare Farewell Concert & Celebration click for details
And a celebration it will be.
We are honored to have this last swan song of a show for this amazing group. On the 30th anniversary of the Atlantic Records release of "Walking On Ice" the Folk-n-Roll band Devonsquare has decided this will be their last year of live performances. This final show with special guest Peter Gallway their longtime producer and performing artist will be the highlight of this final year for the band and fans alike. Tom Dean & Alana MacDonald, the 2 remaining original members of the group, will be joined by the original recording lineup of Teg Glendon (bass guitar) Bob Thompson (electric guitar) Michael McInnis (keyboards) Ron Boufard (drums) plus guitarist Robbie Coffin. There will also be some surprise guests! Don't miss this very special night for the band and all of us who have loved the music of Devonsquare.

December 1 ( Saturday): Devonsquare Farewell Concert & Celebration click for details
And a celebration it will be.
We are honored to have this last swan song of a show for this amazing group. On the 30th anniversary of the Atlantic Records release of "Walking On Ice" the Folk-n-Roll band Devonsquare has decided this will be their last year of live performances. This final show with special guest Peter Gallway their longtime producer and performing artist will be the highlight of this final year for the band and fans alike. Tom Dean & Alana MacDonald, the 2 remaining original members of the group, will be joined by the original recording lineup of Teg Glendon (bass guitar) Bob Thompson (electric guitar) Michael McInnis (keyboards) Ron Boufard (drums) plus guitarist Robbie Coffin. There will also be some surprise guests! Don't miss this very special night for the band and all of us who have loved the music of Devonsquare.

December 2 ( Sunday): Stone Mountain Finest Knd Artisan Craft Fair
Looking for that special gift?
This is the fair to go to. We will have two barns of talented crafters who will be proudly presenting those talents for all of your holiday needs. As always the SMAC girls will be serving up lots holiday cheer and sustenance. Come for breakfast goodies, a mimosa, and or lunch and shop for that unique gift.

Here is the schedule of Events:
* Time: 9:30 to 3:30
*Come for breakfast goodies, a mimosa lunch, shopping, and hear some live music by TBD

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December 7 ( Friday): Carol Noonan and Dana Cunningham click to Order Tickets
Annual Christmas Concert at the Little White Church in Eaton, NH
with Special Guest Max Dyer on cello


*Please note....This show is e held at the Little White Church, but you can only buy tickets through the Stone Mountain Arts Center box office. SMAC passes or Gift Certificates are not applicable for this off site show.

Dana the composer and pianist, and Carol the singer songwriter together form a really beautiful and fun Christmas show that they play annually at this special place on Crystal Lake in the quaint village of Eaton NH...just over the border from the Stone Mountain Arts Center. This is a wee church, so seating is limited...a quick sell out. Advance tickets only.

*Speaking of tickets....again, you can only buy tickets through the Stone Mountain Arts Center box office. But again, the show is at the Little White Church. Seating is general admission (pew seating) only.

*There will be a coffee and cookies for an after show reception in the Liittle White Church downstairs gathering area. The Little White Church is located on route 153 in Eaton NH.

*SMAC Memberships do not apply for this off site show.

December 8 (Saturday): Carol Noonan and Dana Cunningham click to Order Tickets
Annual Christmas Concert at the Little White Church in Eaton, NH
with Special Guest Max Dyer on cello


*Please note....This show is e held at the Little White Church, but you can only buy tickets through the Stone Mountain Arts Center box office. SMAC passes or Gift Certificates are not applicable for this off site show.

Dana the composer and pianist, and Carol the singer songwriter together form a really beautiful and fun Christmas show that they play annually at this special place on Crystal Lake in the quaint village of Eaton NH...just over the border from the Stone Mountain Arts Center. This is a wee church, so seating is limited...a quick sell out. Advance tickets only.

*Speaking of tickets....again, you can only buy tickets through the Stone Mountain Arts Center box office. But again, the show is at the Little White Church. Seating is general admission (pew seating) only.

*There will be a coffee and cookies for an after show reception in the Liittle White Church downstairs gathering area. The Little White Church is located on route 153 in Eaton NH.

*SMAC Memberships do not apply for this off site show.

December 14 ( Friday): Stone Mountain LIVE for Christmas click for details
Hosted by Carol Noonan and the Stone Mountain Boys featuring Duke Levine and Kevin Barry with very special guest Guitar God Bill Kirchen

Great holiday music, beautiful halls all decked out, and lots of holiday fun all come together in one great night that has become a Maine treasured tradition.

About our Special Guest Bill Kirchen

Bill Kirchen is like SMAC's favorite Uncle. You hard core Commander Cody fans will know him as the the guy who made Hot Rod Lincoln famous. Kirchen is reported to be one of the musicians that pioneered the Americana radio format and is a founding father of the "twang core movement" which includes Dave Alvin, Wilco and Big Sandy & His Fly-Rite Boys. Kirchen's signature sound has been dubbed "dieselbilly" and incorporates elements of country music, blues, rockabilly, Western swing and boogie-woogie, laced with themes of American truck driving music. These days his songwriting could not be more vital. And I should put a youtube here with one of his more recent songs from his so latest and greatest.. But geez, I gotta remind you of who this amazing tall drink of water is. So here he is, earnin' his paycheck above and beyond.

December 15 ( Saturday): Stone Mountain LIVE for Christmas click for details

Hosted by Carol Noonan and the Stone Mountain Boys featuring Duke Levine and Kevin Barry with very special guest Guitar God Bill Kirchen


Great holiday music, beautiful halls all decked out, and lots of holiday fun all come together in one great night that has become a Maine treasured tradition.

About our Special Guest Bill Kirchen

Bill Kirchen is like SMAC's favorite Uncle. You hard core Commander Cody fans will know him as the the guy who made Hot Rod Lincoln famous. Kirchen is reported to be one of the musicians that pioneered the Americana radio format and is a founding father of the "twang core movement" which includes Dave Alvin, Wilco and Big Sandy & His Fly-Rite Boys. Kirchen's signature sound has been dubbed "dieselbilly" and incorporates elements of country music, blues, rockabilly, Western swing and boogie-woogie, laced with themes of American truck driving music. These days his songwriting could not be more vital. And I should put a youtube here with one of his more recent songs from his so latest and greatest.. But geez, I gotta remind you of who this amazing tall drink of water is. So here he is, earnin' his paycheck above and beyond.

NOTE: This is a benefit show. Passes not applicable.

December 21 (Friday): Lori McKenna for SMAC!!! click for details
This Night’s Concert Supports SMAC's Improvemnt Fund and Winter Readying!
Thanks Lori!!!!!!


Before the new year, we had to get her here and she is so" humble and kind” to do this show to support us! …Wow..does her star just keep rising!! She became one of only five solo women to win the CMA award for "Song of the Year" and the first woman to win two years in a row. In 2017, she became the first woman in the 52 year history of the ACM Awards to win "Songwriter of the Year". In 2017 she again won Best Country Song at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards for "Humble and Kind" performed by Tim McGraw (a great way to describer her by the way !) Lori performed with him in arenas last summer, but for this night she will come to our humble hall once again just for us! ... the sweetest singer songwriter you are ever gonna meet! She is critically acclaimed for her work as a song writer, and heavy hitters like country star Faith Hill have recorded a pile of her songs. Faith is great, but no one sings Lori's songs like Lori. ... come see why we love her and support SMAC at the same time! Thanks again Lori!!!

NOTE: Sorry, no tabs for this fundraiser.

TWO SHOWS for NEW YEAR'S EVE ... Join us for an Early Show or Countdown to NYE

December 31
(Monday): Ghost of Paul Revere - Early Show click for details
Lobby opens at 4:00 - Dinner seating begins at 5:00
Showtime - 7:00 pm

Wow!! How lucky are we!? These guys could go anywhere on NYE, but SMAC is honored to have them to help here to ring in the new year. The Boston Globe said the Ghost is like "Mumford & Sons meet the Avett Brothers with a twist of bluegrass. Old Crow Medicine Show with three-part harmonies. The Band for millennials... The Maine-grown, foot-stompin' holler-folk quartet create the type of music for which festivals are made" Very well said, and we will add that our staff saw these guys in a little bar a few years ago when they were just starting out. My crew was at a left a big arena show that was less than exciting...so they left. Lucky for the SMAC kids, The Ghost of Paul Revere was playing right across the street. Needless to say, their night was salvaged when they got to hear these guys. And we have been booking them ever since, They quickly rose to star power, but we are happy they will still come back to our humble barn on the hill. A local to national success story and always a quick sell out..don't miss'em! Oh, and you could meet a nicer group of guys! An early new years show that will have you home for the countdown.

December 31 (Monday): Ghost of Paul Revere - Countdown Show click for details
Parking Lot and Lobby Opens at 9:00 - Seating begins at 9:30
Showtime - 9:45 pm
This is a non dinner show. Ticket Tabs are not applicable to this show.
(To Avoid traffic jams, please dont come early, as we have to empty the parking lots and halls for the first show)


Wow!! How lucky are we!? These guys could go anywhere on NYE, but SMAC is honored to have them to help here to ring in the new year. The Boston Globe said the Ghost is like "Mumford & Sons meet the Avett Brothers with a twist of bluegrass. Old Crow Medicine Show with three-part harmonies. The Band for millennials... The Maine-grown, foot-stompin' holler-folk quartet create the type of music for which festivals are made" Very well said, and we will add that our staff saw these guys in a little bar a few years ago when they were just starting out. My crew was at a left a big arena show that was less than exciting...so they left. Lucky for the SMAC kids, The Ghost of Paul Revere was playing right across the street. Needless to say, their night was salvaged when they got to hear these guys. And we have been booking them ever since, They quickly rose to star power, but we are happy they will still come back to our humble barn on the hill. A local to national success story and always a quick sell out..don't miss'em! Oh, and you could meet a nicer group of guys! They will count down the new year with you.
   
Scheduled Performances for 2019:  
January 18 (Friday): Susan Werner click for details
The long awaited return of Susan, and we could be happier! Iowa born Susan Werner Dubbed by NPR as the “Empress of the Unexpected,” A singer/songwriter by trade, but far from any category you might need to place her in. Susan is so many voices...from studying opera to diving into the folk scene.She is always creating and re-inventing herself while remaining true to who she is...a farm gal from rural America who tells their tales so eloquently. She is a consummate musician, mastering not just her voice, but piano and guitar as well. With multiple album releases and touring how she found the time to write a musical is another Susan Werner mystery....writing the music and lyrics for a musical based on the film "Bull Durham", which premiered in Atlanta in 2014. One of the best stage performers we have ever had grace our stage. A Critics choice and we could not agree more. Welcome back to SMAC Susan..its been too long.

January 25
(Friday): Roomful of Blues click for details
Though this band is the pride of New England they are known as one of the tightest, most joyful blues ensembles in the world. Currently an eight-piece unit led by guitarist Chris Vachon, the band has never sounded fresher or stronger. In 2010, singer Phil Pemberton took over the vocal duties, bringing his sweet and soulful vocals and adding another bright new dimension to the jazzy, jump-blues musical roots. Their winning combination of jump, swing, blues, R&B and soul remains their calling card, as does their ability to fill the dance floor. Along with newer members, bassist John Turner, trumpeter Carl Gerhard, drummer Chris Anzalone, and keyboardist Rusty Scott, and longtime members baritone and tenor saxophonist Mark Earley, tenor and alto saxophonist Rich Lataille , Roomful keeps on rockin’ and will rock out barn on a winter’s eve. Bring your dancin' shoes for the dance gallery or come to listen. Shake off the winter blues with Roomful of BLues! Check them out….and see how much fun you could have!

February 2
(Saturday): The Gibson Brothers click for details
Oh, I love these these bluegrass greats!!! You name a bluegrass award and they have won it : Songwriter of the Year, Entertainer of the Year, Emerging Artist of the Year, Song of the Year, Vocal Group of the Year....and some of these multiple times! These brothers of bluegrass, write really amazing songs, have beautiful voices and are just the real deal. In a climate of new grass and a glut on new string bands, these brothers hold true to the old time bluegrass and country. They were featured on Prairie Home Companion last year and of course many of you have seen them here at Christmas....they always bring the house down. They have a sound that is so sincere. Its like they grew up in a country band decades ago, when the divisions of country music were not so defined. But they are every bit of here for today's’ stages. They have a killer band, and are a personal favorite of mine....Come highly SMAC recommended.

February 8 (Friday): We Banjo 3 (encore visit!) click for details
Okay, anyone who didn't see this show last time was COMPLETELY OUTTA LUCK.!!!! To say it was a highlight of our year is an understatement. Don't let the name fool ya….these handsome Irish boys are not all about the banjo!

We love them!! “It’s as if the Punch Brothers, Sam Bush, Jerry Douglas and the Chieftains all got together for a battle of the bands but decided to pool their resources instead. The future of World Music has arrived.” – Elmore Magazine

One of the best live acts to come out of Ireland in recent years is the multi-awarded winning We Banjo 3. With a 7 time all Ireland banjo champ, a 4 time banjo champ, and another member who is an all Ireland champ on both fiddle and Bodhran, and with a passionate lead vocalist like a young Springsteen adopted by the Chieftans, the result is truly unforgettable. On both sides of the Atlantic the word is out about this group.

WB3 has performed for President Barack Obama, Vice President Joe Biden, and Irish Prime Minister Enda Kenny and has headlined virtually every major US Celtic fest for several years in a row. Now the band is rapidly gaining favor in the Bluegrass and Americana world as evidenced by their invites to Merlefest, ROMP Fest, Sisters Folk Fest, Old Settlers Fest, Four Corners Fest and others. They are Rising Stars!! Be part of their early journey!

February 9 (Saturday): Amy Helm and Cindy Cashdollar click for details
Wow..we love this pairing!!! WE are so excited to have these two great together.

Amy Helm Daughter of Rock royalty the BAND’S Levon Helm, the apple does not fall far from the tree. She currently tours year round with her solo band and continues to perform and curate concerts at Levon Helm Studios in Woodstock, the home of the Midnight Ramble. A founding member of the alt country band favorite, Olabelle, she has done two solo albums since. This Too Shall Light, just released September 21, 2018 on Yep Roc Records, comprises 10 songs produced by Grammy-winning producer and songwriter Joe Henry. Helm left her home and comfort zone of Woodstock, NY, choosing to record in Los Angeles within the confines of just a four-day window. The musicians were directed not to over think the songs, and Helm herself barely performed any of the selections while leading up to the recording. As a result, the sessions forced fast musical trust among the collaborators and yielded the vibrant instrumental improvisations heard throughout This Too Shall Light.

Cindy Cashdollar is America's most versatile steel guitar player. An Austin-based Dobro and steel guitarist. She is a 5-time Grammy award winner and a member of the Texas Music Hall of Fame. Work with many of the leading artists in contemporary music including Rod Stewart, Van Morrison, Ryan Adams, Bob Dylan, Asleep at the Wheel, Garrision Keillor, Marcia Ball, Jorma Kaukonen, Leon Redbone, BeauSoliel, Daniel Lanois, and Redd Volkaert. Cindy's unerring ability to perfectly compliment a song or step out with a tasteful, imaginative, and exciting solo - and to do it in so many musical genres - has made her one of the most in-demand musicians on the American roots music scene. And, in answer to her most frequently asked question, yes, Cashdollar is a real name. She is a special guest often appearing in Amy Helm’s Band. Truly one of America's great musicians. We are so happy to have her back.

So this is a just going to be. great night of music. Two powerfully talented women..one special night! Check them out here doing a great Springsteen tune that the BAND used to do too.

February 14 (Thursday): Dar Williams for Valentine's Day click for details
It's always too long between visits with Dar. She is the cream of the singer songwriter's crop. Rolling Stone wrote of her, "Seasons change, but Williams remains both ambitious and pleasingly plain-spoken... And importantly, she seems more at ease than ever." At the core of Williams' work is a belief in the innate ability of people to make a better world, the product of countless observations in her travels and conversations with her fans. She writes about it, sings about it and will make you feel good about it. Adding to her resume these days, she has been on the lecture circuit, speaking about anything from music to politics and most importantly, the towns we live in. Drawing from her most recent book, What I Found in a Thousand Towns: A Traveling Musician’s Guide to Rebuilding America’s Communities—One Coffee Shop, Dog Run, and Open-Mike Night at a Time, she will always have something brilliant to say and to sing. She is a delight on stage and we are delighted to have her back! Always reflective, a perfect and special night out for this yea’r’s Valentines!

February 15 (Friday): Noam Pikelny (of the Punch Brothers) and Stuart Duncan details
Wow….these two are touted as true masters of their respective instruments but together they are truly masterful. Noam , the banjo player in that high octane band the Punch Brothers and Stuart a member of the grammy award winning Nashville BLuegrass band, has played with everyone famous you can think of and some! And of course he is a member of the National Fiddler Hall of fame This will be a showcase of virtuosity that we will be really lucky to witness. The music is familiar and new at the same time. Bluegrass fans will love the old timey honoring these two swim in, and folks who just love to see amazing musicians playing amazingly, will not be disappointed. I will say it again, we were lucky to get this show, so c’mon out!!!! See them here.

February 22 (Friday): Juanito Pascual click for details
SMAC is happy to present this very special Flamenco guitarist and composer. NPR's Here and Now says, "One of the hottest flamenco guitarists to emerge in recent years.” The Boston Globe says, "A flamenco Phenom, a rising star of the Spanish guitar.” He is coming here with his exciting trio and we are thrilled to have this unique show here.

Get lost in these videos and then reserve your tickets!
solo   |   with the trio    |    And you'll recognize this one

February 23 (Saturday): Ward Hayden & The Outliers click for details
(formerly Girls, Guns and Glory)
If Chris Isaac, Buddy Holly and Buck Owens started a band, it might sound like these guys! The twangy country rock and roll sounds of this fun band, is fronted by SMAC favorite and crooner Ward Hayden (we love him!) A smooth, authentic honky tonk/early rock & roll vibe with some country-folk thrown in there too...it is hard to peg these guys....but that's a good thing! An eclectic blend of musical styles that's reminiscent of Johnny Cash one minute, CCR the next, the all-male quintet mixes catchy melodies with cowboy vocals and creative percussion, hurling grit (sometimes grits) and heart into every tune. Don't miss this whole lotta fun winter’s night.

February 28 ( Thursday): Bob Marley (comedian) click for details
You know'em, you love'm...more than 15 years as a stand-up comic, Maine's own Bob Marley is one of the hottest and most sought after comedians in the country. He has raised more than $12,000 for the Barbara Bush Children's Hospital after setting a new world's record for longest continuous stand-up routine as recognized by the Guinness Book of Records. He has been featured in his own special on Comedy Central, and is one of the few comics to do the complete late night TV circuit: The Late Show with David Letterman, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Late Night with Conan O’Brien and The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson and Craig Kilborn. But all those accolades aside, he is just one of us, and we can't get enough of him. Always a sell out.

March 1 ( Friday): Rachael Price and Vilray click for details
When two amazing artists collide.: Rachael Price lead singer of Lake Street Dive and Vilray, Brooklyn’s own Renaissance man..composer, singer, writer, guitarist and yes artist too, met at the New England Conservatory of Music in the Fall of 2003 and became friends. Their duo grew from a shared reverence for the pop music of the 1930s and 40s and its wide range of emotions. With simple arrangements and only a guitar for accompaniment, they perform original works and revive forgotten gems of the jazz big bands and western swing ensembles. Their sound recalls both the warmth of radio's golden age and the intimacy of parlor concerts in a time before recordings. In 2018 they performed at the Newport Folk Festival and the rest is history. We are happy to be a part of their future historic performances because when you hear these two, it is something simply epic. Check them out on YouTube.

March 2 ( Saturday): Adam Ezra Group click for details
Blowing audiences away would seem their primary job, and they do it well…their shows here have been no exception. I took this quote from the first paragraph of a No Depression Magazine article. ."The Adam Ezra Group has built its reputation on self-described "sweaty, passionate," and enduring live performances. In fact, the Boston area ensemble's shows have become so notable that its fervent Northeast following has swapped more than 100 live bootleg recordings, which wouldn't be a problem for the band if it wasn't for one thing." That should tell you that seeing them live is where it's at. Adam and his band have been compared to Bruce and the E Street Band, ..like The Boss, he is a thoughtful singer songwriter fronting a rootsy, and sometimes folky rock band. The Group has been touring non-stop and packing venues across the country and shared the stage with Jason Miraz, Rusted Root, Bela Fleck, John Hiatt, Robert Randolph and the Family Band, Ziggy Marley, Little Feat and many others, With their new release underway the Adam Ezra Group will continue their national tour and come to us, with a new album Hurricane Wind and a momentum that is catapulting them towards being one of the country's most talked about bands. We are so happy to have them back. A quick sell out.

March 15 (Friday): Kat Edmonson click for details
I saw this gal on CBS Saturday morning (“Saturday Sessions” is a great program that showcases rising stars…..highly recommend it). She is known most as a jazz singer, but she calls her music vintage pop. Whatever you call it, it is completely pure. She has shared stages with the likes of Lyle Lovett, Asleep at the Wheel, and Chris Isaac with appearances on Prairie Home Companion and E Town. When I heard her, there was something about her that reminded me of hearing Joni Mitchell when I was a kid.. She doesn't sound like her, or the music isn't the similar, but the command of her craft and her band reminds me of Joni. A terrific song writer with the sounds of a jazz singer, but the feel of an old folk singer.

Speaking of jazz, check out this video shows one of many sides of her. But this is the sweet song that stopped me in my tracks when I heard it:

And these are just samples of her live…take some time and get lost in some of her videos on YouTube. Like her songs, they are like mini vintage movies harkening back to a time when ceramic dogs and typewriters were the norm. (for some of us,it still is :>) There are so many great videos of her….too many to pick, so again, spend a few minutes and discover this amazing talent. Seems like everyone in the critical world knows about her…..now its your turn. Comes Very Very Highly SMAC Recommended

March 22 (Friday): Dom Flemons (formerly of Carolina Chocolate Drops) details
In 2005, Flemons co-founded the Carolina Chocolate Drops who have won a GRAMMY for Best Traditional Folk in 2010. He left the group to pursue his solo career in 2014.

His latest project, his first solo album titled “Dom Flemons Presents Black Cowboys” the Smithsonian Folkways label. This recording is part of the African American Legacy Recordings series, co-produced with the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C. Dom is known as “The American Songster” ..a story teller at heart and his repertoire of music covers nearly 100 years of American folklore, ballads, and tunes. Flemons is a music scholar, historian, record collector and a multi-instrumentalist. He is considered an expert player on the Banjo, Fife, Guitar, Harmonica, Percussion, Quills, and Rhythm Bones. Happy to have him return to the SMAC stage!

March 27 (Wednesday): Los Lobos click for details
One of the most acclaimed American bands of the 1980s and '90s, Los Lobos were seasoned musical veterans with nearly 15 years of experience under their belts when they scored their first hit in 1987 with a cover of Richie Valens ' "La Bamba." Though their time as pop stars was short, the group -- who enjoyed calling themselves "just another band from East L.A." -- won over critics and a legion of loyal fans with their bracing mixture of rock, blues, Tex-Mex, country, R&B, and Mexican folk sounds, with the band's sound ranging from gentle acoustic ballads to the outer limits of experimental rock. While often cited as one of the great bands of Latino Rock, Los Lobos' eclectic sound in fact defined them as a vital example of America's cultural melting pot. In 2015, Los Lobos released the bold and eclectic album Gates of Gold; the album's arrival coincided with the publication of Los Lobos: Dream in Blue, a group biography written by veteran Los Angeles music journalist Chris Morris. And as far as SMAC goes, we bleepin' love this band!!

March 30 (Saturday): Acoustic Festival with Low Lily and Mile Twelve click for details
Low Lily A Little Folk, a liitte bluegrass and little old timey with a pop twist? Yes you get it all with this Vermont band. Beautiful harmonies and incredible musicianship, they were dubbed Falcon Ridge Folks Festivale “# 1 Most Wanted, Band!"

Mile Twelve Tom Obrien says,…. “ Mile Twelve, a group of five accomplished bluegrass musicians who write, sing, and play like the wind. Serious players who have serious fun, Mile Twelve is a group to watch in the coming decade.” Couldnt agree more,. These talented folks are yet another fine group coming out of the hot bed that is the music school string band scene thriving in Boston right now. Two great bands one great price. We can't wait for this night!!!

April 6
(Saturday): Alasdair Fraser and Natalie Haas click for details
This Celtic duo is a musical partnership between Alasdair Fraser, long regarded as Scotland's premier fiddle ambassador, and the sizzlingly-talented young California cellist Natalie Haas .We cannot get enough of this master Scottish fiddler and his beautuful cellist sidekick. They sell out everytime....the show is fun, beautiful and Alasdair is a presence who just makes you feel great. A toe tapping night of fiddle music and Scottish s

April 9 (Tuesday): Béla Fleck and Abigail Washburn click for details
Béla has been here many time and with my collaborations, but none is like the harmony between these two two musical virtuosos who just happened to be husband and wife. Béla, an icon and innovator of jazz, classical and world, with more multi-category GRAMMY wins than any other artist (15 total), and Abigail, a formidable talent with triumphs in songwriting, theater, performance, and even Chinese diplomacy by way of banjo, turn out to be quite a fortuitous pairing with a deep, distinct and satisfying outcome. The culmination is connection like no other. Their astounding chemistry as collaborators, as the two seamlessly stitch together singular banjo sounds in service to the stories that their songs tell. Demonstrating seemingly unlimited rhythmic, tonal and melodic capabilities, Fleck and Washburn confirm the banjo's versatility as the perfect backdrop to the rich lyrical component that Fleck and Washburn offer, 'Sometimes when you add other instruments, you take away from the banjo's being able to show all its colors, which are actually quite beautiful.’ And it really is..we are so honored to have them back. A quick sell out!

April 12 ( Friday): An Evening with Tom Rush Accompanied by Matt Nakoa details
Since Tom Rush's 1962 debut as an unknown folk-blues musician on the Boston/Cambridge music scene, he has established himself as a consummate performer and singer-songwriter. A few years back, a sold out celebration of his five-decade career anniversary at Boston Symphony Hall proves his fan loyalty and endurance. When you think of the importance of the folk scene in the 60's you should think of Tom. These days he is just as vital and entertaining. We welcome him back with a big hug!

April 13 (Saturday): Kathy Mattea .. The Acoustic Living Room Songs & Stories details
featuring guitarist Bill Cooley
Grammy and CMA multiple award winner Kathy Mattea is one of country music's finest female treasures and our favorites. This special intimate show will give you a down home taste of having Kathy right in your living room. If you didn't know it, besides a great performer, she is a really warm, witty and funny gal. It will be so fun to get to know her on this special night. Bill will be a terrific addition as usual too. We welcome Kathy back to the Mountain, and remind her that the snow should be gone by then. (ask her about the night she spent in the bus, on a hill in Brownfield after a snowstorm : >) She is one of us!

April 20 ( Saturday): Quebe Sisters Band click for details
When these gals were in their teens I used to say they were "Music's best kept secret....If Bob Wills married one of the Anders sisters, and they had thee girls this would be the result" I had literally been trying to get them since we opened., Now they all grown up and touring the country with that Quebe Sisters’ mix of beautiful three part harmonies with equally beautiful three part fiddle playing, in that classic western swing style. Though they are still young for this old time music scene, they play like they lived it and are backed by a great core of players to keep that vintage country and swing beat going strong. I believe it is one of the best shows we will present here. I think Marty says it best: "It's an honor to live on the same planet as the Quebe Sisters Band. They represent everything that I love about pure American music and I'm probably their biggest fan." Ahem, sorry Marty, we maybe challenging that title!!! Take a minute to watch this video of their performance on Marty's show in 2015.

April 26 (Friday): Paula Poundstone click for details
Wooohoooo..she's back again.....our favorite funny girl. An NPR darling, heard on Wait Wait Don't Tell Me, Paula has been making us laugh almost every year since we have opened. From her comedy specials, to her live shows, she is hysterical, witty, and her improv with the crowd is the highlight of the evening. A quick sell out every time, so get your ticket early!

May 2 ( Thursday): Red Molly click for details
If one word describes Red Molly (pictured above right - photo by Annabel Braithwaite) that word is joyous....an extraordinary female trio with "tick-tight arrangements, crystalline vocals and caramel harmonies" that the Boston Globe praised. Red Molly creates music with gorgeous a cappella ballads, bluegrass-tinged folk and a touch of jazzy western swing, all done up in Red Molly's trademark three-part harmonies, signature dobro licks and inventive arrangements. Red Molly knows about optimism and joy. The band's fans, referred to as "Red Heads", have always responded to the sense that the band is a group of friends, sharing songs in their living room. That's exactly how it felt in 2004 when Laurie MacAllister (guitar, banjo, bass), Abbie Gardner (dobro, guitar) and Carolann Solebello (guitar, bass) sat around a campfire at the Falcon Ridge Folk Festival, singing and talking about their favorite songwriters. Knowing they had stumbled into something extraordinary, they formed Red Molly and spent the next seven years on the road. They did a terrific show last time, and we are happy to have them back!

May 3
( Friday): Red Molly click for details
This Show Benefits the MSSPA (Maine's Horse Rescue)

If one word describes Red Molly (pictured above right - photo by Annabel Braithwaite) that word is joyous....an extraordinary female trio with "tick-tight arrangements, crystalline vocals and caramel harmonies" that the Boston Globe praised. Red Molly creates music with gorgeous a cappella ballads, bluegrass-tinged folk and a touch of jazzy western swing, all done up in Red Molly's trademark three-part harmonies, signature dobro licks and inventive arrangements. Red Molly knows about optimism and joy. The band's fans, referred to as "Red Heads", have always responded to the sense that the band is a group of friends, sharing songs in their living room. That's exactly how it felt in 2004 when Laurie MacAllister (guitar, banjo, bass), Abbie Gardner (dobro, guitar) and Carolann Solebello (guitar, bass) sat around a campfire at the Falcon Ridge Folk Festival, singing and talking about their favorite songwriters. Knowing they had stumbled into something extraordinary, they formed Red Molly and spent the next seven years on the road. They did a terrific show last time, and we are happy to have them back!

NOTE: Ticket Tab Passes Memberships are not applicable for this show

About the MSSPA: Located in nearby Windham, they do such great work. On a personal note, we had many years with a MSSPA pony and we are happy to help support their relentless work in providing refuge, rehabilitation, and placement for abused and neglected horses in Maine.

May 4 ( Saturday): Le Vent du Nord click for details
Simply joyous is how I would describe an evening with this band. Heavily influenced by Celtic music, these guys are better every time I see them. Le Vent du Nord is one of the premier folk bands coming out of Canada today winning multiple awards and accolades from our friends up north. They have a huge and exciting sound using traditional instruments and foot stomping rhythms.....and they even play the hurdi gurdi!! They put on a whale of a show and you will leave here smiling and wanting more, like we always do.

May 9 ( Thursday): Bob Marley (comedian) click for details
You know'em, you love'm...more than 15 years as a stand-up comic, Maine's own Bob Marley is one of the hottest and most sought after comedians in the country. He has raised more than $12,000 for the Barbara Bush Children's Hospital after setting a new world's record for longest continuous stand-up routine as recognized by the Guinness Book of Records. He has been featured in his own special on Comedy Central, and is one of the few comics to do the complete late night TV circuit: The Late Show with David Letterman, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Late Night with Conan O’Brien and The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson and Craig Kilborn. But all those accolades aside, he is just one of us, and we can't get enough of him. Always a sell out.

May 11
( Saturday): Jonathan Edwards click for details
Barefoot and tanned, Jonathan Edwards has never looked and sounded better. Of course he is known for his big hits, like "Sunshhine" and "Shanty", but his music is as fresh now as when those tunes made him famous. Four decades into a stellar career of uncompromising musical integrity, the man simply delivers, night after night – songs of passion, songs of insight, songs of humor, all rendered in that pure and powerful tenor which, like fine wine, has only grown sweeter with age.

May 17 (Friday): Ruth Moody Band (of the Wailin' Jennys) click for details.
Singer songwriter Ruth Moody is one of the three lovely sirens of the Wailin' Jennys. But for this show she will showcase what we already know about her....beautiful singing and great songs...but just more of it! And with a great band, they have been making news sharing stages and recording with the likes of Mark Knopfler and Bruce Hornsby. A star that just keeps rising...

May 18 ( Saturday): Jarlath Henderson click for details
The youngest ever winner of the BBC Young Folk Award, back in 2003, multi-instrumentalist and singer Jarlath Henderson has since won further acclaim in his firebrand partnership with Ross Ainslie. A master at playing the uilleann pipes or the guitar or the flute, or singing and arranging songs or producing and recording albums or featuring on the soundtrack of the Disney/Pixar’s hit film Brave or winning awards such as the prestigious BBC Young Folk Award – the first Irish person to do so.His hotly-anticipated solo debut, Hearts Broken, Heads Turned, launched at Celtic Connections 2016, comprises bold yet sensitive arrangements of traditional song. Oh, and did we say he is also a DOCTOR!!!!??? Don't know him? I didn't either...…but this video sold me. Can't wait for this one!!!

May 25 (Saturday): Judy Collins click for details
This Show Supports Tin Mountain Conservation
We are honored once again to present this beautiful icon of folk music to our humble hall on the hill. Judy's songs are historic and her rendition of Joni Mitchell's "Both Sides Now" on her classic 1967 album, Wildflowers. "Both Sides Now" has since been entered into the Grammy’s Hall of Fame. Winning "Song of the Year" at the 1975 Grammy's Awards show was Judy's version of "Send in the Clowns," a song that no one has been able to touch since. An Evening with Judy Collins...how special. Oh, and p. s... she tells the best stories!!!!
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About Tin Mountain - To promote an appreciation of the environment among children, families, and the community through hands-on programs in the schools, at camp, and in the community and to conserve natural resources by promoting land protection, sustainable forestry/agriculture, and energy efficiency.We are happy to help support this grreat organization.

May 30 ( Thursday): Matt Nakoa - FREE Admission Show click for details
YOU HAVE SEEN HIM WITH TOM RUSH..NOW SEE HiM SOLO!
Singer song writer and pianist MATT NAKOA grew up on a small goat farm in Smyrna, NY and began composing music as a teenager. Following a formative stint as a classical pianist, Matt won scholarship to attend Berklee College of Music in Boston. There he studied alongside soon-to-be Grammy winners St. Vincent and Esperanza Spaulding among others. After college, Matt toured with his band, The Fens, and eventually landed in New York City’s vibrant piano bar scene. Matt quickly became a star performer at Manhattan’s Brandy’s Piano Bar, with lines outside the door each Saturday night. Matt’s first solo album, Light In The Dark (2012), is an eclectic pop opus. In contrast, A Dozen Other Loves (2014), explores a simple acoustic palette. This intimate collection has earned many songwriting awards, including a win at Kerrville Folk Festival’s prestigious New Folk Competition. Additionally, Matt’s piano music has received favorable reviews in publications including The New York Times, and his film scoring has been featured by Disney. Matt now tours internationally, recently performing at The White House, throughout India, and regularly with folk music icon Tom Rush.

* Ticket admission is free but you have to make a reservation with a credit card to claim your seat.( No shows will be charged 10.00 )

We also ask that if possible you bring a “goods” donation for the Harvest Hills Animal Shelter.

July 12 ( Friday): The Fretless click for details
Wow..these guys are so good. You may recognize fiddler Ben Plotnick from Oliver the Crow that thrilled our audiences in August. Here with The Fretless ….a super Canadian folk music group, winning the Juno Award for Instrumental Album of the Year at the Juno Awards of 2017. This Canadian fiddle foursome playing an essential part in the emerging movement mainstreaming traditional irish folk music.The group consists of violinists Trent Freeman, Karrnnel Sawitsky and Ben Plotnick, and cellist Eric Wright. Watch this video then come check out this power group of outstanding musicians.

July 18
( Thursday): Bob Marley (comedian) click for details
You know'em, you love'm...more than 15 years as a stand-up comic, Maine's own Bob Marley is one of the hottest and most sought after comedians in the country. He has raised more than $12,000 for the Barbara Bush Children's Hospital after setting a new world's record for longest continuous stand-up routine as recognized by the Guinness Book of Records. He has been featured in his own special on Comedy Central, and is one of the few comics to do the complete late night TV circuit: The Late Show with David Letterman, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Late Night with Conan O’Brien and The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson and Craig Kilborn. But all those accolades aside, he is just one of us, and we can't get enough of him. Always a sell out.

August 10 ( Saturday): The Weight Band click for details
(features members of The Band, Levon Helm Band, and Rick Danko Group)
We all miss Robbie, Rick, Levon, Richard, Garth …"The Band” But Jim Weider, Michael Bram , Brian Mitchell, Albert Rogers , Matt Zeiner as "The Weight Band “ has been keeping that spirit and music alive that defined an era since originating in 2013 in none other than Levon Helm’s own Woodstock barn. In the beginning, Jim Weider and Randy Ciarlante — both former members of The Band — performed “Songs of The Band” with Band founder, Garth Hudson, alongside Jimmy Vivino and Byron Isaacs. Inspired to carry on the legacy of the unforgettable rock group, Weider, Ciarlante and Isaacs began performing fan favorites from The Band catalog to audiences across the country, inviting Brian Mitchell and Marty Grebb to complete their sound. The Weight Band later added Albert Rogers, Michael Bram and Matt Zeiner to make up their current lineup, featuring songs from The Band's treasured catalog as well as new original tracks that complement The Band’s timeless legacy. ” Billboard Magazine proclaims “Weider… keeps the upstate spirit of The Band alive”

After years of touring, The Weight Band has released a new album of original material, packaged for today’s vibrant Americana base and capturing The Band’s rich musical tradition. Released in February 2018, World Gone Mad is an Americana/Roots Rock masterpiece of the Woodstock sound. Relix Magazine says, “Newly released 11-track album World Gone Mad, the ensemble have firmly established themselves as an entity unto their own.” We are happy to have them for the first time to Stone Mountain, performing some familiar songs as well as some new ones from this heavy hitting group of musicians and keepers of a musical history we all dearly loved. We’ve been trying to get them here for awhile…..they are worth the “Weight” (sorry couldn't resist). Check them out on the ole YouTube.

August 16 ( Friday): Cheryl Wheeler and Kenny White click for details
These two together ater priceless!!!

Cheryl Wheeler Critic Scott Alarik said it best: " It has always seemed as if there were two Cheryl Wheelers, with fans of the New England songwriter relishing watching the two tussle for control of the mic. There is poet-Cheryl, writer of some of the prettiest, most alluring and intelligent ballads on the modern folk scene. And there is her evil twin, comic-Cheryl, a trend defier and savagely funny social critic. The result is a delightful contrast between poet and comic" And we love both those Cheryls! She is not afraid to speak her mind about politics, religion any any other issues in the national debate! She is always a delight... even more so when her pal Kenny is with her.....

Kenny White is a relative newcomer to the world of the touring singer-songwriter Kenny began his career in the 1970s touring extensively as the keyboard player for Jonathan Edwards and Livingston Taylor. He then became a fixture in the NY studio scene throughout the 1990s, producing and arranging literally hundreds of commercials for TV and radio. Commercials enabled him to work with artists like Gladys Knight, Linda Ronstadt, Ricky Skaggs, Aaron Neville and even the London Symphony Orchestra. He produced Shawn Colvin's Grammy-nominated song, "I Don't Know Why" and performed on Marc Cohn's platinum debut record. He began traveling with and opening shows for many of his friends and colleagues including Cheryl Wheeler, Jonathan Edwards, and Richard Shindell. Kenny often travels with Judy Collins as her opening act throughout North America and Europe and is signed to her label. Kenny is a classic piano man, and if you have not heard him, you have to!!

October 3 ( Thursday): Iris DeMent click for details
Oh Iris…she is just one of my top ten. Born the youngest of 14 children in Arkansas and raised in southern California that early life is what makes Iris, Iris, but that stark pairing of piano and voice forms the heart and soul of Iris' music. Not really folk, not really country, but somewhere in between that is completely unique. Her voice is unlike any other, and she is a rare an moving performer. Beginning with her 1992 debut, 'Infamous Angel,' which was hailed as "an essential album of the 1990's" by Rolling Stone, DeMent released a series of stellar records that established her as "one of the finest singer-songwriters in America" according to The Guardian. The music earned her multiple Grammy nominations, as well as the respect of peers like John Prine, Steve Earle, and Emmylou Harris, who all invited her to collaborate. Merle Haggard dubbed her "the best singer I've ever heard" and asked her to join his touring band, and David Byrne and Natalie Merchant famously covered her "Let The Mystery Be" as a duet on MTV Unplugged. DeMent returned in 2012 with her most recent album, 'Sing The Delta,' which prompted NPR to call her "one of the great voices in contemporary popular music" and The Boston Globe to hail the collection as "a work of rare, unvarnished grace and power." Recently her song Let the Mystery Be was the opening song HBO”s “Leftovers” and she's creating some of the most poignant music of her career, but I can’t help but revisit this clip with EmmyLou…...oh and check out a long haired Jerry Douglas on dobro! Come see a special show from a very special artist .

October 6 ( Sunday): The Jeremiahs click for details
The Chicago Irish news says, “This is the most creative and important group we have heard in Irish music in years, they are special” That is how I felt when i heard them...The Jeremiahs combine traditional and contemporary sounds to create their own brand of Urban Folk music. Since founding in 2013 the trio have trail blazed across Ireland and Europe playing some of the top venues and Festivals. Joe Gibney on Vocals and whistle , James Ryan on Guitar and Bouzouki, and Jean Christophe Morel on Fiddle and Mandola, all award winning musicians. We are really excited to bring this group to SMAC for the first time.

Here are a couple of samples, one mellow and one a little more toe tappin' ...
a beautufl ballad OR a cool Irish jam

October 11 (Friday): Peter Mulvey and Catie Curtis click for details
Well, this is just as nice a pie kinda gig as you’re ever gonna get!!!

Peter Mulvey is a veteran singer and songwriter from Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He began his career on the streets of Dublin, Ireland, as a busker, and from there moved on to performing in the subways and streets of Boston,Massachusetts. This led to his first record deal and a leap to full-time national and international touring, beginning in the early Nineties. Mulvey is an iconoclast within the singer/songwriter world. Restless and inventive, he has made seventeen records, spanning rock and roll, folk, Jazz, spoken word, and Americana. A long-standing gig at the National Youth Science Camp led to a spoken word piece, “Vlad the Astrophysicist”, which became a TEDx talk, and then an illustrated book. In 2007 he began an annual late summer tour by bicycle instead of by car and airplane- the 10th annual bicycle tour will happen this September. He has taught songwriting and guitar workshops at the Swannanoa Gathering and at various folk festivals across the U.S.

Catie Curtis - Catie Curtis's list of accomplishments spans 14 albums, songs featured on TV shows “Grey’s Anatomy”, “Dawson’s Creek”, and “Felicity”; and movies like “Finding Graceland” and “A Slipping Down Life”. For over 25 years, she has been a perennially popular headliner, appearing at Lilith Fair, Carnegie Hall, performing arts centers, concert halls, folk clubs, music festivals and the White House! She was even dubbed a “folk rock goddess” by The New Yorker. After a long and full touring career, and now with so many innovative ways to reach an audience,she has decided to retire from touring and embark on some new creative adventures. But that said, how lucky are we, that she will make an exception and get back in her car, guitar in tow, for their special night. Thanks Catie!!!
   
 
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