The forecast is for good weather for the next show at North Shore Point House Concerts on Saturday, June 26 at 8 p.m. with Kevin Welch (www.kevinwelch.com) and Sam Baker (www.sambakermusic.com) with Natalia Zukerman and John Fullbright supporting.
This is basically a four-for-one show. Each of these artists could headline a house concert alone.
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, sign your full name, and let us know how many seats you’d like. You’re free to bring friends, lots of them.
The donation is $20. (although you can pitch in more — all the money goes to the artists). As always, you may arrive early and picnic, converse, and otherwise enjoy the company.
Kevin’s new album, “A Patch of Blue Sky,” his first solo release in eight years, will be debuted at the show. He’s merely one of the guys who started the Americana movement, not to mention being one of the first songwriters to start a label. He’s one of the great American songwriters with a rich expressive, voice.
If you need any further convincing, here are videos from them.
Kevin doing his new one, “Answer Me That:”
Sam doing “Sweetly Undone” with Gurf Morlix:
Natalia doing “Brand New Frame” with Willy Porter:
We hope to see you as part of the house concert community on Saturday night.