Anna Lombard's Franco Center debut comes less than 2 months after the release of her first solo CD, "Head Full of Bells," a full-length album released in August that is enjoying widespread radio airplay. For this show she will be accompanied by guitarist Trent Gay of Paranoid Social Club, bass player Jon Roods (Paranoid Social Club, Rustic Overtones) and former Rustic Overtones drummer Tony McNaboe.
After launching her career as lead vocalist for the highly acclaimed Maine group Gypsy Tailwind, which produced several albums, Anna and several members of that group went on to form Anna and the Diggs, which last year released a 5-song EP called "River Girl." Now Lombard is about to step out on her own with a new full-length debut album full of songs that serve as powerful meditations on love, loss and, ultimately, redemption.
Drawing influence from artists such as Aimee Mann and Susan Tedeschi, the album introduces the 28-year-old Lombard as a gifted young singer offering intense, emotive and immediately engaging vocal performances that range from the tender, whispered pleas of Confessions Of A Werewolf to the thunderous, cathartic finale of All For You.
Franco-American Heritage Center - Heritage Hall (View)
46 Cedar Street
Lewiston, ME 04240
|Minimum Age: 21|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|