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TICKETS (General Admission): $10 advance / $12 at the door (21+ only) BUY TICKETS ONLINE: Click here for tickets TICKETS BY PHONE: (207) 689-2000 FRANCO CENTER BOX OFFICE: Noon to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday * NOTE: Tickets purchased online or over the phone using a credit card or debit card are subject to a small convenience fee of 99 cents plus 3.5% of the ticket price. This fee reflects the exact cost to the Franco Center of providing this convenient 24/7 option to you. You can avoid this fee by purchasing tickets in person at the box office using cash or a check.
Sounds Like: Norah Jones, Feist, *Susan Tedeschi*, Bonnie Raitt, Dusty Springfield
Bio: Anna Lombard's debut album, Head Full Of Bells, is a powerful meditation on love, loss and ultimately, redemption. Drawing influence from artists including Aimee Mann and Susan Tedeschi, Head Full Of Bells introduces Lombard as a gifted young singer of impressive strength. Offering intense, emoti...See Full Bio
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"Friends and fellow musicians Adam Agati and Nicholas Falk have etched in stone a permanent spot for Lombard's gorgeous and enigmatic voice. While listening to the eight-song CD, I became quite aware that, in particular, Agati and Lombard have used their talents the best to their advantage. Lombard stepped back to let Agati write the music and play guitar, while she took over the reins with her beautiful voice and musicianship. This way of doing things works because there is line drawn for those roles and leaves no mystification. The songs are all very congruent with each other, laid-back soulful pop mixes with coolly placed acoustic guitar, drum beats and subtle bass. This leaves the space for Lombard's voice, the strongest but most velvety textured layer of the compositions.Because each song is artfully produced with precise vision, they roll into one another effortlessly. Any one of them can be heard on the radio and you would know it was part of one collaboration..."