Seasonal music to spread North Andover cheer

December 11, 2013 by  

The Crossroads Coffeehouse, located in North Andover, will be hosting folk scene singer andsongwriter Catie Curtis for its 25th season of music. No doubt the venue, which is located in the North Parish Unitarian Universalist Church on Great Pond Road, is using poster printing and flyer printing to announce this event to the community.

Curtis has been touring the country for the past 20 years. In 2006, she won the grand prize at the International Songwriting Competition with co-writer Mark Erelli, has toured with Lilith Fair, performed on several occasions at the White House, released 13 CDs ,and recorded a duet with Kris Kristofferson. Many television shows and films have featured her music as well.

At the concert, Curtis will sing both old favorites and some new songs, and share some music for the holidays from her latest album ‘A Catie Curtis Christmas’.

Michelle Beaulieu will be the opener for the show. The Merrimack Valley youngster is working to become a singer-songwriter and build her own history of music. She is a solo player of the ukulele and plays the lead saxophone for Oncoming Traffic, a classic rock band, and the North Shore Jazz All-Stars. She will be singing both her favorites of the holidays and some of her original compositions.

Before the show and during its intermission, coffee and a variety of teas and home-baked goods will be sold. Doors open 7:30 pm in time for the 8:00 pm start this Saturday, December 14th.