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Eddie Owen Presents: Mark Erelli and Mary Bragg

Sunday, December 05
Show | 8pm // Doors | 7pm
$0 to $24

Premium: $24  (Day of show: $27)
Reserved: $20 (Day of show: $23)

Mark Erelli 
New England-based multi-instrumentalist Mark Erelli wears many hats–singer, songwriter, sideman, producer–but approaches each of these varied roles with a belief in the transformative power of paying attention. Bearing witness to small details and fleeting moments is what dignifies our everyday stories, rendering the mundane profound. Erelli’s two decade career highlights include 11 solo albums, stints accompanying Josh Ritter, Paula Cole and Anais Mitchell, and a pair of records he produced for GRAMMY-winning songwriter Lori McKenna.
Ever since Billboard magazine heralded the “simple, atmospheric grace” of his Signature Sounds debut, Erelli’s belief in the sacredness of an examined life has driven him between the ostensible extremes of lullabies and murder ballads, western swing and protest anthems.
Mary Bragg
Nashville’s “Americana Queen,” (Vice Noisey) Mary Bragg, with her latest album, Violets as Camouflage, was heralded in Rolling Stone and NPR Music, where Ann Powers named the release one of the 10 best albums of March 2019; Her clear, warm alto, reminiscent of Patsy Cline, was made for confidences, and these gorgeously crafted and executed songs touch the listener on a deep level, where insight occurs.”