Called “one of New England’s best songwriters” by The Boston Globe, award-winning contemporary folksinger Terry Kitchen writes songs that are portraits of ordinary people and emotions, captured with extraordinary compassion, honesty and humor. His new CD The Quiet Places combines folk, blues, jazz and Americana and has already been played across the U.S and Canada, with its opening track “Enjoy It While It Lasts” reaching #8 on the national Folk-DJ chart.
- Tickets: Regular $20 ~ Senior 65+ $19 ~ Member $17 ~ Student/Child $10
Terry has been performing on folk stages since the 1990s, releasing ten CDs, and was the leader of the groundbreaking ’80s band Loose Ties, whose experiences he recounts in his novel Next Big Thing, called “a great debut novel” by The San Francisco Book Review. Terry will be joined by guests from the CD including Rebecca Lynch and members of Loose Ties.
Boston singer-songwriter Mark Stepakoff recently released his fifth album, Any Port In A Storm. Mark is highly regarded on the local folk and roots music scene for his trademark mix of wry humorous material and poignant ballads, in the vein of songwriters such as Loudon Wainwright III and John Prine, to whom he has often been compared.