On July 29th at 8pm, Katie Sachs will hold her CD release party at The Montague Bookmill. The event marks the emergence of this local hero, who has opened for valley favorites such as The Sun Parade, Heather Maloney and Carrie Ferguson, as a noticeable talent on the local scene. With killer vocals, vivid lyrics, and a 3-piece band, this is a show you will not want to miss. Boston-based singer-songwriter Amy Kucharic opens the show.
Hand2Mouth ensemble member Erin Leddy recorded her grandmother’s memoirs to create this meditation on consciousness, memory and things passed down through generations. The three performances at the Ko Festival of Performance come just before its New York premiere. Winner of five of Portland, Oregon’s “DRAMMY Awards,” this is a younger point of view the Ko season theme on age and aging.
All performances take place in Amherst College’s accessible, air-conditioned Holden Theater on the Amherst College campus. The theater is located just behind the Admissions Office off of S. Pleasant Street in Amherst, MA. Plenty of close, free parking.
Unless otherwise noted, tickets $20 Adults / $16 Students & Seniors. Call about a very limited number of $8 tix. Tickets and further information are available at www.kofest.com or by calling box office phone: (413) 542-3750.
The Rendezvous at 78 Third Street in Turners Falls frequently offers on Sunday evenings "Sunday Locals" This is a chance to see local artist hone their skills and also enjoy food and beverage. Performances are always free.
This weeks performer is the Richard Chase Band offering up some folk rock