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RIVER ROOM: Callaghan with Jesse Terry (Folk) $15 Adv / $18 Cash Door
Wednesday, October 25 @ 6:00 pm - 10:30 pm$15
THIS IS A RIVER ROOM SHOW.
Advance tickets available for purchase above.
Ticket sales end 12pm noon Oct 25, 2017.
Remaining seats and standing room available at 7pm Doors for $18 Cash.
7:30pm Jesse Terry
SEATING IS FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED. BAR SERVICE ONLY – NO FOOD WILL BE AVAILABLE.
If you’d like to join us for dinner before or after the show in our Cafe, please make a reservation at 612-379-3138.
Callaghan with special guest Jesse Terry. This special evening offers you two great voices in one show as critically acclaimed singer- songwriters Callaghan and Jesse Terry share their songs and stories. Get a snapshot here!
Callaghan “Nothing short of stunning” is how No Depression described Callaghan’s recent live show in Nashville. See her 1.7 Million view acoustic video here!
Originally from the UK Callaghan moved to Atlanta in summer 2010 to tour and record with grammy nominee Shawn Mullins after they connected via Myspace.
Since then she’s released two studio albums and toured from coast-to-coast building her fan-base all across the USA. Playingpiano and guitar she delivers a gorgeous vocal which earns frequent comparisons with artists like Sarah McLachlan and Emmy Lou Harris. Her songwrit-ing chronicles the stories, experiences and emotions which are part of everyone’s lives.
In the UK the BBC have playlisted three singles from her latest album A History of Now and in the US Sirius XM’s My Favourite Coffee House have featured her live in session. BBC Radio’s Gaby Roslin describes hearing Callaghan live as “Breathtaking…absolutely incredible”
Summer 2017 sees the release of Callaghan’s latest 4 track EP ‘The Other Side’ which was recorded in LA. In October she’ll release another brand new EP. On her coming tour dates she’ll be playing Callaghan favorites and new songs from her new EPs.
For free music please join Callaghan’s mailing list at www.callaghansongs.com
Jesse Terry’a music is filled with a simple grace, with lyrics that capture beautifully the eternal tug-of-war between head and heart. If you like Josh Ritter, Ryan Adams, or Jackson Browne, give Jesse’s music a try. His soothing voicepaired withacoustic guitaris like a gentle sunbeamparting monochrome sky.”
So says music blogger and No Depression contributor Vivian Wang – one of many reviewers who liken Jesse Terry to classic singer-songwriters and troubadours including Bob Dylan, James Taylor and Joni Mitchell.
Stargazer, the fourth LP from the renowned New England-based singer/songwriter, was forged in the crucible of his engagement with a chaotic, often confusing world. Drawing inspiration from a diverse pool of influences — from vintage Jeff Lynne-produced pop to the Roy Orbison of “In Dreams” to The Man Who-era Travis — Stargazer is an album commensurate with its moment, imbued with an unconquerably sunny perspective for these dark and turbulent times.
The Buzz about Jesse continues to grow with tours taking him to Europe and New Zealand and his music featuring in major TV series. Person-by-person, state-by-state, country-by- country, his fans, supporters, and colleagues have grown exponentially in the past few years. No wonder John Platt from WFUV/New York calls Terry “a force to be reckoned with