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Thursday, February 21st, 2013 at 7:00pm
Allysen Callery is an alternative folk artist from Rhode Island, USA , with an intricate & unique finger style, & a voice that has been called mesmerizing & angelic.
Growing up in New England, she was heavily influenced by her parent’s British Isles Folk Revival records of the late 60′s early 70′s. She has been called “The Tim Burton of Folk Music” , her quiet & dark style has made her a favorite of artists & critics alike, including Marissa Nadler who listed Winter Island in her Best Albums of 2011.
h perhaps technically a singer-songwriter, Ian Fitzgerald prefers the term folk singer. While "singer-songwriter" carries with it the negative connotations brought on by too many over-emotive, heart-on-their-sleeve performers, "folk singer" points more accurately to the tradition in which Ian's music is rooted. Since April of 2012, Ian's live performances have been enhanced by the addition of harmony vocalist Courtney Gallagher. In addition to developing harmony parts for a slew of Ian's newest works, Courtney has added her touch to a number of Ian's older songs.
The Nelson W. Aldrich House is a Federal-style house museum in Providence, Rhode Island that was the home of Nelson W. Aldrich, a U.S. Senator from 1881 to 1911. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Aldrich House was presented to the Rhode Island Historical Society in 1974 by the heirs of Winthrop W. Aldrich, a former Ambassador to Great Britain.
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