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Amy Speace and The Sea, The Sea Gallery Concert
The New England Folk Music Archives
Somerville, MA
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Amy Speace and The Sea, The Sea Gallery Concert
Only 40 tickets will be sold for this special event to benefit The New England Folk Music Archives.
Produced by Last Dance Productions

The New England Folk Music Archives is pleased to welcome Amy Speace and The Sea,The Sea to one of the great listening rooms in town.

AMY SPEACE
Amy Speace has been quietly but steadily making waves in the Americana/folk world for a few years now, and in the journey, gaining support from the likes of Judy Collins, Nanci Griffith, Guy Clark and other icons in the songwriting community. A self-described 'late bloomer' to songwriting, Speace landed in New York City after college to pursue a life in theater. She studied acting at The National Shakespeare Conservatory, toured the US with the National Shakespeare Company, started her own theater company to direct and produce the plays she had written, and in the midst of her early 20's, picked up a pawn shop guitar, wrote her first songs, and found herself with steady gigs at such storied venues as The Bitter End and The Living Room.

On April 16, Wind Bone Records/Tone Tree will release "How to Sleep In A Stormy Boat" an 11 song album, produced by Neilson Hubbard, with collaborations with John Fullbright, Mary Gauthier and Ben Sollee.

THE SEA, THE SEA
The Sea The Sea weave their many voices into one. Since the Fall of 2011, Chuck e. Costa and Mira Stanley have been touring the country, making new friends and evolving their sound. Now a playful mix of old and new, acoustic and electric, raw and graceful, TSTS has created an inspired trove of harmony-rich, lyric driven songs. Dynamic and sincere, simple and true, their live shows will leave you stirring.

No Depression Says:
Last night, inside a cold Dobbs Ferry church with the snow falling outside, I sat and listened to a young couple who just this week recorded their first album together. If their performance is any indication, the April release will bring a welcome relief to a cold winter. To say I was taken with Chuck E. Costa and Mira Stanley who perform as The Sea The Sea would be an understatement. On top of well-crafted songs, commanding stage presence and instrumental abilities, their voices in close harmony evoked for me a sound landing somewhere between Bowling Green and Bakersfield.

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The New England Folk Music Archives (View)
191 Highland Ave.
Somerville, MA 02143
United States


Categories

Music > Americana
Music > Folk

Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!

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