Glass Museum's Fall Concert

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November 18, 2014

Glass Museum annual fall concert poster

The Glass Museum's annual Fall Concert comes to the Peterborough Unitarian Church on Saturday. On the bill are six musical acts:

  • Arc Iris is a seven piece band fronted by Jocie Adams, formerly of The Low Anthem.  Sample some of their music and hear how they mix many genres with crisp vocals and fine harmonies.
  • Bassist and vocalist Nat Baldwin returns to Peterborough.  Here is a video of his A Good day to Die from last spring.
  • Blood Warrior is an Indie folk duo from Maine with a unique vocal sound backed by various drums, keyboards and guitars.
  • Singer-songwriter-guitarist Jonah Tolchin’s style encompasses blues, country and and folk music.  He released his first CD – Clover Lane – in July 2014.  Here is a video of Midnight Rain.
  • Liv Carrow is a folksinger from New York who recently released her CD Pile of Needles.  Listen here to Leaves.
  • Will Kindler is from Wilton and has played throughout the Monadnock region, the US and Europe. He has a striking voice and a retro sound that you can check out on his Reverbnation page. He is working on his third album.

Tickets for this family-friendly show are $15 in advance, $20 at the door. The show starts at 5:00. This event coincides with The Glass Museum’s annual Broke Affordable Arts Fair, which features art of a wide variety of media for sale for under $50. This  takes place at the Peterborough Town Hall from 10 – 4.

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