Mason Daring and Jeanie Stahl (Julie Dougherty and Woody Woodward open)
In the 70's the Boston Globe dubbed them the "darlings of the folk scene." They recorded two albums together and garnered national attention with Mason's original song, Marblehead Morning. Mason went on to become an award winning composer and Jeanie continued performing as a featured vocalist on videos for Masterpiece Theater, for films and as a solo recording artist on the Daring Records label.
Their new album, 40, celebrates 40-years of musical collaboration. The CD reflects their interest in a broad range of styles, from classic songs of the 30's and 40's to contemporary folk and country and original tunes.
Daring and Stahl are also part of the Passim All Stars, which includes Bill Staines, Bill Novick and Guy Van Duser and Stuart Schulman
JULIE DOUGHERTY AND WOODY WOODWARD open
"Ive been singing since the mid-sixties, starting with my sister, Kathy, performing folk music at coffeehouses in the Boston area, such as the Unicorn Coffeehouse and the Kings Rook (we were lucky enough to open up several times for the Kingston Trio in the 70s) through the years since then, Ive travelled much of the country singing Irish music, original folk-rock music, country-rock music in the 80s, and have made several trips to Nashville, where I placed two original songs with two major publishing firms and almost moved there in the early 90s....but my roots are in New England! I also hosted a songwriting cable TV show, called Songwriters In The Round for three years, on which we featured many fine songwriters including Noel Paul Stookey, Chris Smither, and Al Kooper, to name just a few.
"I spent a year and a half writing and performing in an original funk band in the Boston area, the Boston Horns and also explored some jazz and blues combinations. I really love all kinds of music and love singing as many styles as I can. Im very lucky to have had plenty of work over the years and have recorded a couple of my own CDs along the way
me and thee coffeehouse (View)
28 Mugford St
Marblehead, MA 01945
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