Friday Sept 20th 2013, Coffeehouse with Andy and Judy and Openers Chuck Durang w/Jack Cotter

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Andy and Judy Daigle Perform Fri September 20th at the South Shore Folk Music Club 2013

Andy and Judy wowed us on the open mic! Andy and Judy Daigle have been singing together for a few years. It’s a duo built upon common ground. Each draw from a wealth of experience they received while singing with various choruses and choirs throughout their lives.

As folk singer/songwriters they have been able to explore many different genres and facets of folk music. Their musical interests range from “old-timey” traditional songs right through the folk music stalwarts, such as John Prine, Bob Dylan, Ian and Sylvia, Townes Van Zandt, Odetta and many other artists.

They also add a country element performing the songs of Tricia Yearwood and Sugarland. They effectively use the guitar and mandolin to set the mood and character of each song. In addition, their performances are highlighted by the quality of their vocal work, each individually and joined together with beautiful harmonies.

 

Openers Chuck Durang with Jack Cotter Opening will be Chuck Durang with Jack Cotter. Chuck Durang has been committing folk music since just after the invention of the guitar.Chuck Durang

His original and cover vocals are enhanced by virtuoso execution on the six and twelve-string guitar and five-string banjo, all of which he plays left-handed. His occasionally informative but more often goofy song introductions and other tall tales suggest that he also thinks left-handed. He has performed in clubs, college concerts and on radio and television from coast to coast, and has been featured locally in half a dozen venues since moving here from the Midwest. Chuck is accompanied by the expert second guitar of Jack Cotter, also with either six or twelve strings. Jack Cotter

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