Mar 27, 2013 10:00 pm
Single Tree Music and The Historic Manchester Trust present this intimate Wednesday evening performance which will feature two incredible songwriters performing original material, side-by-side and sharing the stories behind the songs.
This will be a unique opportunity for the audience to engage the musicians and gain an intimate understanding of where the inspiration for the music came from.
With an opening set by Alexandra Valenti.
Doors open at 6:30pm. Show starts at 7:30pm.
Tickets are $20.00 each and are general admission OR guests may select to purchase a full pew (bench) in the Chapel which will seat up to 6 to 7 guests for $120.00. Pews will be reserved on a first ordered, first reserved basis from the front of the chapel to the rear.
ABOUT THE PERFORMERS:
Chelsea Berry is a singer/songwriter with incredible edge, power, and finesse. Her presence has been described by listeners as “compelling… she draws the entire house into her world like moths to a flame.”Chelsea is a singer-songwriter from Alaska who moved to the Boston area to attend Berklee College of Music. She regularly opens for some of the best known folk acts in the country including Chris Smither, Cheryl Wheeler, Patty Larkin, Marshall Crenshaw, Livingston Taylor, and she recently opened for Chris Isaak at the North Shore Music Theatre.
Other well-known venues at which Chelsea has performed include, The Firehouse in Newburyport, The Tupelo Music Hall - both in NH & VT, The House of Blues, Boston, One Longfellow in Portland, ME, The Iron Horse Music Hall in Northamption, MA and Carnegie Hall in NYC.
Best known for her angelic vocals and smooth acoustic style, singer/songwriter Dawn Mitschele (pronounced MITCH-eh-LEE) is making her mark on San Diego music, while drawing a wide range of fans across the US and Europe.
Her latest five-song EP, "Love Remains" (May 2012 release) has already received airplay on Santa Monica's KCRW as well as hometown stations KPRI and 91X, and the song "Lamplighter" was picked up by the nationally syndicated radio show, "Acoustic Cafe."
TV shows Justified, 666 Park Blvd and Elementary have placed songs from Dawn's "Love Remains" EP and her "In the Moonlight" album. Her voice can also be heard in the feature films "10 years" and "Liberal Arts."
In November 2012, Dawn released the song, "My Love Has A Home," a single track available as a free download on bandcamp. (dawnmitschele.bandcamp.com)
Dawn will follow up her most recent tours of the East Coast and Europe, with a Spring 2013 tour in the Midwest and the East Coast where she continues to engage new fans.
Please refer to the FAQs before contacting the Event ManagerContact Name: Chris Langathianos