Curtain closes Saturday
WARDSBORO- Dan Frechette and Laurel Thomsen will perform at the Wardsboro Town Hall, 71 Main Street, on Saturday, October 20, as the final show in Wardsboro Curtain Call’s 2018 music series.
Music starts at 7 pm, doors open at 6:30 pm, admission is $10, and it’s BYOB. All donations to the refreshment jar, 50/50 raffle share, and monies from purchases of merchandise will go to Wardsboro Fire and Rescue.
Frechette, Canadian entertainer, multi-instrumentalist, gifted impressionist, and prolific singer-songwriter, is a musical force. With over 1,400 songs across an impressive range of acoustic genres, Frechette was signed to EMI publishing at 17 with a bursting catalogue of over 500 original songs already to his credit. Since 1992 he has gone on to release over 25 albums of original and tribute material, and has been performing high-energy, soulful concerts throughout North America and Europe.
Thomsen, California genre-bending violinist, composer, author, and educator, has performed classically and with a variety of bands and artists since she was a child. With a rich and expressive violin tone and an interpretive style that can both rock a solo or add backup texture and groove, Thomsen is frequently sought for her ability to add depth and emotion to diverse styles of music in the studio or on stage.
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