Amoskeag Studio May 6: Folk singers Caroline Cotter and Michael Howard

General Admission tickets are just $15 in advance/$7 for students.

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Michael Howard and Caroline Cotter will stop at Amoskeag Studio May 6 for an evening of music.

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.

Carlo DiAnselmi is the featured artist at Amoskeag Gallery for the May 6 show.

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.

Click here for tickets
Online: $15 general, $7 student
At the door: $20 general, $10 students.

Doors open at 7 p.m.; show starts at 8 p.m.

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