Andrea Paquin with special guest Anni Clark
Andrea Paquin comes back to the Pavilion at Tuckaway
- Tickets – $20 cash at the door.
- Doors open at 7PM
- Anni Clark performs from 7:30 – 8:15
- Andrea Paquin performs from 8:15 – 9:00
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.
“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.”
— KATE GAMBLE, ORIGIVATION MAGAZINE
“Paquin tugs at the heartstrings of her listeners and the rich, cozy humility of her voice goes down like red wine over good conversation.”
— NATHALIE LEVEY, NORTHEAST PERFORMER MAGAZINE
About the Artist
Maine native Anni Clark traveled full time for 23 years with her 6 and 12 string guitars, her own songs and her passion for connecting with audiences of all ages. With 7 albums and numerous songwriting, vocal and performance awards under her belt, she chose to work with behaviorally challenged students for 12 years, retiring from the field of education in 2016. In November 2019, her video “I’m With You Greta” was screened at the International Environmental Film Festival in Barcelona Spain and won “Best Folk Video” in the Music Video Portland ME Awards in January 2020.
When the COVID-19 pandemic dictated that her LIVE shows be put on hold, Anni went to work co-producing her first full studio album in 18 years. Titled “Will It Ever Be the Same”, the 12 tracks on her new album touch on themes of love, loss, transition, hope, social distance & the need to find closeness. Anni’s gift for spotting the silver lining even amidst chaos shines through on this new release. Blending folk, pop & blues to share her stories, Anni hits a home run sure to please longtime supporters & new fans alike. “Will It Ever Be the Same” can be purchased at https://www.bullmoose.com/p/34717613/clark-anni-will-it-ever-be-the-same.
“With this intensely personal latest release from Clark not only has she validated that there was a reason to continue her artistic journey but, that the world is a much better place with her music, humor, compassion, and insight not only into her world, but ours.”
Venue Policies, Parking and What to Expect
Here are our policies for our concerts. There are 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 7:00 for the concert 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
There will NOT be a food truck at this concert. So, feel free to bring a picnic or snacks to enjoy during the show. It is also 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).
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. The scheduled rain date, if necessary, is Sunday, September 11.
Please Note: It will be dark when the concert is over, so please have a flashlight or phone light available to get back to your vehicle safely.