Musical duo hosts an intimate Friday

September 26, 2012 by  

Those looking for some Friday night music to see in the weekend can come out and enjoy Cahalen Morrison and Eli West for an intimate evening of authentic old-time tunes.

Morrison’s rich blend of American music goes right back to the roots of the dusty landscape from his childhood spent in rural New Mexico. Cahalen’s influences include Tim O’Brien, Greg Brown, and Norman Blake who spins music with many twists and turns, yet is familiar to all in many unexpected and pleasant ways. West, meanwhile, is a distinctive artist with a background in bluegrass who plays a number of instruments. Together, this duo has found a common ground where many strong and beautiful musical ideas have been created. West, who is from the Seattle area, writes and arranges her syncopation and twisted harmonies and forms part of a duo that is well worth seeing and hearing – a fact that will no doubt be promoted through poster printing.

This 200-year old Quisisana Barn has a casual environment and great acoustics. There is also food available from 6:00 pm until show time and seating is limited, so advance tickets are a must. The doors to the barn open at 6:00 pm.

The cover charge is $10 per person, plus there is a $1 handling charge. The actual show date is Friday, September 28th at 7:30 pm at the Stone Mountain Arts Center located at 695 Dugway Road in Brownfield, Maine, just 15 kilometers down the road from North Conway, New Hampshire. For updated information or to purchase tickets, please visit the Stone Mountain Arts Center website or call 207-935-7292.