Holiday-ish Show: Suzzy Roche & Lucy Wainwright Roche & Friends

December 11, 2014 @ 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm
$20 and up. Tickets available as SPSA.

with Family and Friends Special Guests: Loudon Wainwright. Julie Gold and Ira Glass
 A Benefit Concert for the Church of St. Paul & St. Andrew
$30 General Admission
$20 Student/Senior/Limited Income Discount
$100 Preferred Seating: includes Benefit Reception and Listing in Program
$250 Premium Seating: includes Benefit Reception and Listing in Program

The RochesSuzzy Roche, an original member of The Roches, has been singing for most of her life. Together with sisters Maggie and Terre, the Roches recorded thirteen albums. Their beloved Christmas recording We Three Kings is a perennial favorite. Lucy Wainwright Roche was born into two influential musical families, the Wainwrights and the Roches. Since 2007, Lucy has released two EPs and two studio albums (“Lucy” and “There’s a Last Time for Everything”). Their Holiday-ish Show is a thoughtful musical journey that includes some Roches’ style holiday cheer as well as material from two lifetimes of writing, singing and performing. Joining them for this special concert will be Lucy’s father, Loudon Wainwright III and Special Guests, including Julie Gold and Ira Glass.

Loudon Wainwright III is a Grammy winning singer-songwriter, musician, actor and humorist. Over the years he has recorded over twenty-five albums, scored films and theatre productions, acted in numerous films and television shows. His latest release is a digital album “Haven’t Got the Blues (Yet)”.

Julie Gold is a NY songwriter best known for Bette Midler’s version of her song “From a Distance”, which won the Grammy for Song of the Year in 1991. Artists such as Nanci Griffith, Patti LaBelle, Patti Lupone, Lea Solonga, Andrea Marcovicci, Carol Woods, Sinead O’Conner and Kathie Lee Gifford have recorded her songs. She has four CDs documenting her work over the years: Dream Loud, Try Love, The Girl I Found and Love is Love is Love.

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