Zak Trojano is a songwriter and guitarist from Greenfield, MA. He plays fingerstyle guitar and sings "emotionally complex, classic feeling songs" with a strong baritone voice.
Sorcha Cribben-Merrill composes stirring music steeped in folk, blues, jazz and soul and performs with a sultry voice of unexpected power and riveting stage presence. From haunting ballads to charming vignettes to funk grooves, her songs unveil a suite of musical styles that shows a wide-ranging songwriting ability. . . witty verses with smart rhymes. (Portland Phoenix)
Sorcha tours nationally solo and as a duo, and regionally with her band Sorcha & The Clearing. She is equally at home performing on an acoustic stage, at a roots festival, on a sail boat or in a rock club. She was selected as an Emerging Artist at the Falcon Ridge Folk Festival (2012) and has sung her original songs with The Fogcutters, a contemporary nineteen piece big band from Maine.
In addition, Sorchas work often connects music and healing and creative learning. She regularly performs for assisted living audiences with a focus on memory care, she works with young moms to write lullabies for their babies as part of the Lullaby Project, a Carnegie Hall Musical Connections program, and she co-created a music and literacy program for the Childrens Museum and Theatre of Maine.
Her third studio album of original music, Quiet, was co-produced with Beehive Productions and released in September 2016. Downeast Magazine offers: Its refreshing to hear a record devoted to her tranquil side it only underscores the crazy range of one of Maines most versatile troubadours. And theres nothing quiet about that.
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14 Maine Street
Brunswick, ME 04011