Cotton Hollow Rising Trio at the NEFFA Festival of music & dance, Mansfield, MA middle school, rooms 103-104 on 4/26/2014, 8pm-8:50 pm. Combined concert/presentation "Ballads Through Time".
MPAC is at 40 Railroad Ave., Milford, CT (old train station!). One of our favorite venues - complete with full stage and candle-lit tables. Venue sells out, reservations recommended (via website or call 203-878-6647). www.milfordarts.org
Double bill with Kent Aldrich! RBNC is at 70 Gracey Rd., Canton, CT. Advance reservations recommended for discounted ticket price.
Cotton Hollow Rising on a double-bill with the awesome Mr. Kent Aldrich. Reservations recommended: 860-693-0263 or www.roaringbrookconcerts.org Roaring Brook Nature Center is located at 70 Gracy Rd., Canton, CT.
Bread Box Theatre at St. Paul's Episcopal Church is at 220 Valley St., Willimantic - PH: 860-429-4220. Shows benefit Covenant Soup Kitchen & the Emergency Food Pantry Along with your $10. donation at the door, consider bringing a non-perishable food item - thanks! www.breadboxfolk.org Opening act for Cotton Hollow Trio will be Celticity.
Multi-Instrumentalist, Banjo, Vocals, Guitar, Bodhran, Pennywhistle, Harmonica
Bio: Cotton Hollow Rising plays folk, Americana, Celtic & World music, and forays into ragtime, blues and any other style that takes their collective fancy. The band members are Cece Borjeson, Kim Hoffman and Kevin Gallagher, and they've played extensively in New England in coffee houses, museums, na...See Full Bio
“The Beth Ellis Cove Gallery in Ogunquit will celebrate the life and art of its late founder and namesake Sunday afternoon. Ellis, who died in 2011, operated the gallery in Perkins Cove for many years. Friends and family have kept it open since her death. She was an accomplished plein air painter who spent her summers in Maine, living the rest of the year in Connecticut. ...Sunday's celebration begins at 4 p.m., and will feature acoustic music by the Connecticut-based quartet Cotton Hollow Rising. ...Kim Hoffman, who plays violin, guitar and mandolin, wrote a song about Ellis called "Scientific Mystery." "When I wrote it, I tried to embrace the art and feeling of her work," Hoffman said. "I just love her art, and I really love the gallery. It's an act of love that it has continued since her passing."”