Singer-songwriters and longtime friends Mary Chapin Carpenter and Shawn Colvin will share the stage for a very special evening.
Regarded as one of country music's best singers and writers, Carpenter emerged via New England's coffeehouse and folk scene and sold millions of records, many of which have touched on feminist and political themes. Colvin came up through the Greenwich Village Fast Folk cooperative and after nearly two decades of relentless touring and recording, released the mainstream smash Sunny Came Home in 1997.
Both ladies have released new albums, Carpenter with Sometimes Just the Sky in March 2019 and Colvin’s The Starlighter released February 2018.
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