Join me and supergroup The Unnatural Disasters (Nate Sabat, Mile Twelve; Rachel Sumner, Twisted Pine; Sean Trischka, hizown badass self) for the official release of my debut EP! There will be originals, there will be traditionals, and of course, there will be classic country. Come help me celebrate this milestone!
I'm lucky enough to have friends and family far and wide, but many of y'all haven't had a chance to see me perform live. On July 7th, all of that changes. I'll be broadcasting right from my living room right into your computer through ConcertWindow.com. Live music where you don't even have to put shoes on? What more could you ask for?
Hannah and special guest, Max Pavlovich at PA's Lounge with Jake Durkin, Unnamed Colors, and the Post Season
I'll be joined by Max Pavlovich on guitar, for which I am extremely excited! Come out and see what the duo do!
I'll be playing in the pit (really just me, an octave mandolin, and a drum) for this way cool outdoor production of A Winter's Tale put on by female-focused company Maiden Phoenix. The music has all been composed by Jeff Butcher and is inspired by Scandinavian fiddle music, English folk, and newly composed modern fiddle tunes. It's gonna be super cool!
Shows on September 14th, 15th, and 16th.
In the round with Allie Chipkin, Aurora Birch, and Molly Pinto Madigan at Passim's campfire.festival. Originals, traditionals, ukulele, fiddle, and guitar. If you've always had a hankering for long narrative songs about the 1918 flu pandemic, I've got you covered.
Molly Pinto Madigan and I will perform a few of our favorite British folk classics at Gulu Gulu as part of their theme night. Macrame, paisley, and Stevie Nicks-style outfits are compulsory.
"New England Conservatory's Contemporary Improvisation students, faculty, and special guests present a concert of struggle and redemption in true Third Stream style, through a reinterpretation of Hildegard von Bingen’s 12th-century drama Ordo Virtutum (Order of the Virtues).
Drawing on the original score and text, as well as works by Duke Ellington, the Carter Family, and from Sufi zikr and folk traditions from around the world, we tell the story of Anima, lost soul of all humanity, who struggles on the brink of damnation as she is courted by the Devil. In her greatest hour of need, she calls out to the Virtues, who sail in and bind the Devil hand and foot."
The American Folk Art Museum is one of my favorite museums here in the city and I'm very excited that Spiteful Foal will be playing an all-acoustic set for their Free Music Friday event. This one is for all of the early birds who can't usually make our night time shows- we'll be starting at 5:30!