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Lucy Wainwright Roche with Suzzy Roche
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Date/Time
Date(s) - July 24, 2013
7:30 pm - 11:00 pm

Location
Next Stage Arts

Next Stage Arts Project is proud to present Lucy Wainwright Roche with special guest Suzzy Roche, in concert on Wednesday, July 24 at 7:30pm, at Next Stage, 15 Kimball Hill, Putney, VT.

Lucy Wainwright Roche has been compared to Joni Mitchell and Patty Griffin by NPR. She was born in NYC into an influential musical family. She rebelled against the family business by teaching elementary school for several years before getting involved in music. Since 2007, Lucy has released two EPs and a studio album entitled Lucy (2010), toured the U.S., Canada and Europe, and has performed with a number of musicians including the Indigo Girls, Neko Case, and Over the Rhine. Lucy is known for her crystal clear voice and straightforward, funny stage presence. When she’s not on tour, Lucy now lives in Brooklyn, NY. Suzzy Roche, Lucy’s mother, one of the original Roche sisters, and will be appearing with Lucy at Next Stage.

Tickets are $20.00 general admission, $18 for students/seniors, and $22.00 at the door, available online and at Offerings in Putney.

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