MANCHESTER, NH – Having lived, worked, and performed all over the world, Caroline Cotter’s music bears the marks of a storyteller with a unique set of tales to tell. With a captivating soprano voice and award-winning songwriting, Cotter’s songs take you from a Parisian salon, to the coast of Maine, through the hills of Colorado, to the side of a bluegrass festival campfire, and into the depths of the human heart.
Joining Cotter will be alternative folk singer Michael Howard. Growing up in Alaska, Howard has transitioned from punk to Americana. His latest album and song-writing skills are likened to a 1970s Cat Stevens.
Cotter and Howard will collaborate for an evening of song and storytelling May 6 at the Amoskeag Studio, 250 Commercial St., Suite 2007, located in the Waumbec Mill.
The Amoskeag Studio gallery will feature the paintings of Carlo D’Anselmi.
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Online: $15 general, $7 student
At the door: $20 general, $10 students.
Doors open at 7 p.m.; show starts at 8 p.m.