The Honey Dewdrops at Edward Everett Hale House
The Honey Dewdrops are the Virginia-based roots duet of Laura Wortman and Kagey Parrish. With a blend of new Americana and traditional folk music, they create inspired songs that are rooted in the experience and lives of people. Their sound is transcendent; they write all their own songs and yet no one could ever peg them as just another singer-songwriter couple, not when they've embedded a sparse Appalachian clarity on every track that is accessible to listeners everywhere. The songs they write shine with energy and emotion through intimate performances with a handful of acoustic instruments and tightly layered harmonies.
On stage, the Honey Dewdrops focus on dynamically blending the sounds of instruments and voices by singing and playing into a single microphone. There is a high lonesome quality to the way their voices blend that is familiar, yet the mixture is unique. Their music covers the ground between hand crafted folk songs, Appalachian ddle tunes, and a cappella spirituals. In their own way, the duo lls up a room with sound and feeling that lingers long after the show is over.
This is a special concert presented by Music at Lily Pads and the Pettaquamscutt Historical Society, an intimate performance in the gallery space at the Edward Everett Hale House. Tickets are limited. Please note this is a Sunday afternoon concert. BYOB
Edward Everett Hale House (View)
2625A Commodore Perry Highway (Rt. 1 So.)
Matunuck, RI 02879
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|