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Cambridge House Brew Pub
Granby, CT
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Wed Sept 18th

Special Guest ALLIE FARRIS
$15 General Admission
$18 Day of Show

Doors open at 5:00pm for dining and first come seating.
Full Menu Available.
Show begins at 7:00pm.

Be sure to get your tickets in advance ... Very limited !
This special engagement will surely reach maximum capacity !

Advance Tickets are also available at venue.

REBECCA CORREIA is a singer/songwriter based out of Nashville. She attended the Hartt School of Music, graduating in 2003 with a degree in music education, with an emphasis in vocal performance. She plays guitar, piano, and mandolin, averaging a hundred shows a year. With over 200 songs to her credit, she has released five indie CDs, including the critically-acclaimed "Miss You" and solo acoustic tour de force "Soul of Me" which was recorded live at Sirius Satellite Radio in New York City in 2009. Rebecca is a genuine force of nature - one who fiercely outshines the current avalanche of artificially manufactured stars. An intensely gifted artist whose otherworldly voice conveys her immense heart and keenly crafted songs, she is an artist's artist, a writer's writer, yet one whom growing audiences adore and call their own. Her exquisitely sung, passionately performed songs reveal an emotional immediacy eagerly shared by her listeners. Rebecca has opened for Natasha Bedingfield, Shawn Colvin, Livingston Taylor, Beth Nielsen Chapman, Black Eyed Peas, Vance Gilbert, Melissa Ferrick, Cliff Eberhardt, Tracy Bonham, Jessie Colter, Freedy Johnston, Reel Big Fish, Raining Jane, Ryan Cabrera, Lucy Kaplansky, Matt Cusson and Javier Colon.

MATT CUSSON is an award-winning singer/songwriter and pianist. A gifted self-taught musician who excels in jazz, pop, and soul, as demonstrated by his expert writing and arranging skills on his critically acclaimed self-titled debut album of 2009. That same year, Matt won (by unanimous vote) the John Lennon Songwriting Contest's top annual prize - the Maxell Song of the Year - for his jazz ballad "One of Those Nights". That song also won the Billboard Songwriting Award in the Best Jazz Song category, and came in second in the International Songwriting Competition, as well as being nominated for a 2011 Los Angeles Music Award for "Best Male Vocalist" and "Best Jazz Song". Matt is also a three-time "Amateur Night at The Apollo" winner. He has performed with Stevie Wonder, James Taylor, The Roots, Babyface, Christina Aguilera, and Livingston Taylor. Matt has been working and touring with his mentor and friend, Brian McKnight for the past several years. He also performs regularly with Javier Colon, the 2011 winner of the hit NBC show "The Voice". He was a featured performer on the international "Michael Jackson - Man In The Mirror" tour in 2010. Perhaps more inspiring is his constant effort to share his talent by supporting various charities, such as the Susan G. Komen Foundation, Songs of Love, Defenders for Children, Hillcrest Educational Center, and Community Resources for People With Autism, as well as his local food pantry. It has always been in Matt's nature to give back, and although Matt has performed all over the world, he remains very close to his family and friends in his hometown of Pittsfield, MA.
"You can tell right away when Matt starts playing that he is the real thing."  James Taylor

KATE KLIM is a piano player in a guitar player's world. She entered the singer/songwriter scene in 2002, her emotive use of word and melody quickly receiving acclaim (Mid-Atlantic Song Contest, Mountain Stage New-Song Contest 2005 and 2006, Cornell University Emerging Artist Award.)  She has opened for folk greats like Shawn Colvin and Richard Shindell, settling in Somerville Massachusetts to record her first studio release with producer Crit Harmon in 2006. Kate was five years old when her family inherited a piano from a neighbor.  She was the middle of five children (a captive audience, as she says) and even at that age, a storyteller.  Born in Illinois and rerouted to Pennsylvania as she approached adolescence, Kate found comfort on her community's stages, and solace in her songwriting. Recent accomplishments include opening slots for Shawn Colvin, Richard Shindell, Ollabelle and a performance at Philadelphia's Electric Factory as part of the Philly Music Awards. With her audience rapidly expanding, and her music continuing to mature, Kate looks forward to a lifetime of music.

ALLIE FARRIS, with her first piano lesson at the age of seven, began her journey of creativity through music and the growing realization that this would be her life's work. Raised on a steady diet of classic rock, Allie fell in love with the songs of Elton John, Joni Mitchell, Tom Petty, The Band, and many more. This great popular music of the '70s and '80s is the primary influence for the songs that she writes and performs today  piano driven, melodically soaring, lyrically focused, and emotionally rich. During her high school years in Flower Mound, Texas, Allie formed her first band at the age of 15, performing at small venues around Dallas/Ft. Worth, while also recording two CD's  Songs Written Upside Down in 2007 and All You Can Eat in 2009. Also during this time, she honed her craft with renowned vocal coach Tom McKinney and jazz piano virtuoso Julie Bonk (who was also Norah Jones's teacher). Allie studied songwriting at the acclaimed Berklee College of Music. In January 2011, restless and ready to realize her dream of becoming a full time songwriter and performer, Allie moved to Nashville, Tennessee. She quickly found opportunities to perform at such venues as the famous Bluebird CafĂ©, The Basement, Hotel Indigo, Mercy Lounge, and others.

The Cambridge House Brew Pub ~ Real Beer, Real Food Real People
Serving award winning beers hand crafted on site.
Pair these Real Beers with our hand crafted Real Food and you are sure to have a unique dining experience.



Cambridge House Brew Pub (View)
357 Salmon Brook Street
Granby, CT 06035
United States

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Music > Country
Music > Folk
Music > Indie
Music > Jazz
Music > R&B
Music > Singer/Songwriter

Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!


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