"I'm sorry to announce that we're having to postpone my upcoming show at Ballard Homestead on 3/28. The good news is I'm 6 months pregnant. The bad news is I was just given doctor's orders to not fly from now until the end of my pregnancy, which makes it impossible for me to play these west coast shows.I hate to cancel any show, but I need to follow my doctor's orders. I will reschedule, but do not have a confirmed date to share yet. I am so sorry for the inconvenience this causes you, and I appreciate your understanding"
All tickets will be honored at the rescheduled date. We know this isn't a fun time - but hold onto your tickets and we'll be announcing the new date soon.
We look forward to seeing you all in the near future!
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3/28 Caitlin Canty with Noam Pikelny
CAITLIN CANTY: https://www.caitlincanty.com/
"Dreamy and daring” - ROLLING STONE
"Gritty alt-folk" - NOISEY
"The Vermont native with a casually devastating voice and unshakable poise is bound to be the next great Americana star... Canty is ready to be discovered.” - SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE
NOAM PIKELNY: https://www.noampikelny.com/
@ Ballard Homestead7:30p show, 7p doors
All ages, seated
ABOUT CAITLIN CANTY:
Caitlin Canty is an American singer/songwriter whose music carves a line through folk, blues, and country ballads. Her voice was called “casually devastating” by the San Francisco Chronicle and NPR Music describes her songs as having a “haunting urgency.”
Motel Bouquet, Canty’s third record, features ten original songs that hold her darkly radiant voice firmly in the spotlight. Produced by GRAMMY-winning Noam Pikelny (Punch Brothers) and recorded live over three days in Nashville, the album boasts a band of some of finest musicians in roots music, including fiddler Stuart Duncan and vocalist Aoife O’Donovan. Rolling Stone hails Motel Bouquet as “dreamy and daring” with “poetic lyrics and haunting melodies.”
Since the release of her critically-acclaimed Reckless Skyline in 2015, Canty has put thousands of miles on her songs, circling through the U.S. and Europe. She warmed up stages for Mary Chapin Carpenter, The Milk Carton Kids and Josh Ritter and recorded with longtime collaborators Darlingside and with Down Like Silver, her duo with Peter Bradley Adams. She won the Troubadour songwriting competition at the Telluride Bluegrass Festival, and her song, “Get Up,” was nominated for Song of the Year in the Folk Alliance International Music Awards. Canty’s original recordings have recently appeared on CBS’s Code Black and on the Netflix original series House of Cards.
Raised in small-town Vermont, the daughter of a school teacher and a house painter, Canty earned her degree in biology in the Berkshires and subsequently moved to New York City. She spent her days in the city working as an environmental sustainability consultant and her nights making music at Lower East Side music halls and bars. In 2009, she quit her job and set out to make music full time. In 2015, she packed up her house plants and her 1939 Recording King guitar and drove to Nashville, TN, which she now calls home.
ABOUT NOAM PIKELNY
NOAM PIKELNY has emerged as the preeminent banjoist of his generation. He is a founding member of Punch Brothers, a 3-time Grammy Nominee and was awarded the first annual Steve Martin Prize for Excellence in Banjo and Bluegrass in 2010.
Universal Favorite is the fourth record Noam Pikelny has released under his own name, but it’s truly his solo debut. His previous solo efforts—including 2014’s landmark Noam Pikelny Plays Kenny Baker Plays Bill Monroe—were full-band affairs that revealed his abilities as a dynamic bandleader while reinforcing his reputation as an inventive accompanist. The new release features only the man himself, playing lovely originals and covers that showcase his unique approach to the instrument and compositional flair. He recorded them live in the studio without accompaniment, coaxing a wide array of sounds and colors out of his instruments, embracing the challenges and exploring the new possibilities of the solo setting. And, for the first time in his career, Pikelny even sings. It turns out he has a striking deadpan baritone that conveys humor and melancholy in equal measure.
This album, he says, “is the most personal statement I’ve put forward. The setting couldn’t be more stark and I think it lays bare my musical core. Most importantly, it’s an incredibly honest solo album, in that there are honestly no other people on this record other than me.“
MORE EVENT INFO:
- Seating is not reserved unless noted in ticket price options. - We have a mix of padded chairs and benches available.- We are an all ages venue. - Attendees are welcome to bring quiet, not too smelly food unless noted.
- Please refrain from talking or texting during the show.- Please enter quietly if the show has already begun. - Please leave quietly, it's a very quiet neighborhood.- Kids 10 & under are free at Abbey Arts concerts & arts events unless noted.
- For ADA information at Ballard Homestead, please see www.ballardhomestead.org/rent or email arts(at)fremontabbey.org There is a ramp around back on the south side of the Homestead for wheelchair access. Fremont Abbey is ADA accessible on both levels.
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Home Venue: Fremont Abbey, 4272 Fremont Ave North, Seattle, WA 98103 / 206-414-8325 Ballard Homestead: 6541 Jones Ave NW, Seattle
All ticket sales are final unless noted per refund policies on each show.
Event Venue & Nearby Stays
Ballard Homestead, 6541 Jones Avenue Northwest, Seattle, United States
USD 0.00 to USD 26.00