August 7, 2021
About the Artist
Colorado-based singer-songwriter Edie Carey is known for her unmistakable, soulful voice, her intelligent, heart-grabbing songs, but perhaps most especially for her warm, engaging presence on – and off – stage. As much a part of her show as the music itself, Carey’s wry and often self-mocking humor makes audiences feel as though they have just spent an evening with a very close friend.
Bare of self-pity and full of down-to-earth revelation… a little country, a little adult-contemporary, and a lot of fine music.
– Harp Magazine
Carey has been singing at festivals, colleges, and listening rooms across the US, Canada and Europe since 1998, performing alongside Brandi Carlile, Sara Bareilles, Jonatha Brooke, and Shawn Colvin. She’s co-written with and had songs cut by Chely Wright and Shawn Mullins. She’s also been a featured artist on PRI’s Mountain Stage. Her latest offering, paper rings: 8 love stories, is a moving collection of songs commissioned by her fans for their loved ones. Her prior album, a duo project with Sarah Sample, won Best Children’s Album in the 2014 Independent Music Awards. Carey is currently writing songs for a new album due out in 2021.
September 18, 2021
Andrea comes back to Tuckaway for another fantastic acoustic performance.
About the Artist
Andrea’s music embodies the term “Folk Rock”. Her songs tell vivid stories using clever, memorable melodies and harmonies along with captivating lyrics. And her sound has been compared to that of The Indigo Girls, Melissa Etheridge, and Joni Mitchell.
Nathalie Levey of the Northeast Performer Magazine says “Paquin tugs at the heartstrings of her listeners and the rich, cozy humility of her voice goes down like red wine over good conversation.”
And Kate Gamble from Origivation Magazine concurs, “Charming lyrics intertwined with soft and, sometimes, melancholy acoustic guitar channel her obvious influences. One of the best parallels has to be Joni Mitchell and maybe even some Carly Simon.”
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Venue Policies, Parking and What to Expect
Here are our policies for our concerts. There is not many. Basically, just be thoughtful of others and take your trash with you when you leave. But here are the “official” policies.
“Doors” open at 6:30 for all concerts and seating is first come first serve. The concert starts at 7:30.
We will have signs around the area for parking. In addition, we will have 3 people helping people park. They will have safety vests and will direct you on where to go.
Parking will be at the farm house driveway and along the side of the road at the farm. We also have overflow parking at our house. We encourage carpooling if you know someone else who will be attending.
ENTERING THE VENUE
You’ll enter the concert through the Little Red Barn. There you will check in and receive a bracelet.
FOOD AND DRINKS
It is BYOB for beer and wine. So feel free to bring a small coller and seating for the lawn (again, lawn seating either on a blanket or small chair).
We will also have Sausage Express food truck at the concert. And they have more than just sausage, like steak tips sub, arancini, fries. burger subs, and more. Check out their menu here: https://www.facebook.com/sausageexpressnh/.
PACK IN / PACK OUT
We ask that anything you bring with you to the concert, you also take with you. This will keep the farm and surrounding areas clean and tidy.
We will be keeping you up-to-date with emails and on our Facebook page if there is a weather problem. Please check those places for the latest.
Please Note: It will be dark when the concert is over, sop please have a flashlight or phone light available to get back to your vehicle safely.