Jason Anderson with special guests Mara Flynn, Leigh Jones, and John Craigie
Jason Anderson has been electrifying audiences with his impassioned, soulful performances since he began touring back in '99. Anderson has the uncanny ability to get an entire audience on their feet - singing, dancing, and participating in the show for an unforgettable experience.
For his solo piano tour this spring, Anderson has been seeking out unconventional spaces. On Sunday, April 7th, Anderson and his friends will perform at the historic Moffatt-Ladd Warehouse.
JASON ANDERSON: http://jasonandersonmusic.com/
Electrifying audiences with his impassioned, soulful performances, Jason Aanderson's concerts are often described as life changing. Equal parts soul revue and rock 'n' roll revival, Anderson brings to mind mid-70s bootlegs of Springsteen and Van Morrison. His energy and enthusiasm have made his shows a one-of-a-kind sensation in bars and basements everywhere. Not to be missed.
South Berwick, Maine's Mara Flynn released two albums as Milksop Holly (1999 and 2000, on Shimmy Disc), and has sung on albums by Guy Capecelatro III, Jad Fair, and Hamlet Idiot. Burst & Bloom Records is excited to release her new album, "small as a heartbeat", backed by an all-star band of her friends.
LEIGH JONES: http://www.leighjonesmusic.net/
Leigh Jones is a Brooklyn-based singer/songwriter who, over the past two years, has toured throughout much of the U.S. and parts of Europe. Drawing inspiration from such artists as Joni Mitchell, Emmylou Harris, Neko Case, and so many of her own peers, Leigh performs with a strong folk/pop sensibility, her simultaneously sweet and dynamic melodies capturing the soulfulness that is the core of her songwriting.
JOHN CRAIGIE: http://johncraigiemusic.com/
For the past seven years, John Craigie has taken his unique musical style across the western United States. He stays true to the essence of folk music, and the traditions of the seminal writers of our past century. With timeless melodies and insightful lyricsinterspersed with witty storytellinghis songs take many poetic turns before bringing you back home. His themes range from social commentary to personal empowerment, political satire, and modern love. He has traveled all of this planet, having played in all 50 states and beyond, bringing his music to the world. John Craigie writes, sings, and plays for the people.
The Moffat-Ladd Warehouse (View)
154 Market Street
Portsmouth, NH 03801