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Caitlin Canty Performs January 4th


Brandon Music welcomes back Caitlin Canty for a special performance on Saturday, January 4th. This show will be special for a couple of reasons. For the first time in Vermont, Canty will be backed by the ambidextrous Matt Lorenz, a one-man-band and fellow Vermonter who simultaneously plays the guitar, percussion, violin, and harmonies.  Together, they have been writing songs and playing shows together for years, but this is the first time they've brought their show to Vermont.

Canty will also debut songs from a new album, just recorded, also featuring Lorenz. The album was produced by Jeffrey Foucault and is to be released in the spring. 

Caitlin Canty receives high praise locally: the Ripton Coffee House cheers, "Canty's lyrical insight is razor sharp. The imagery in her songs is so rich that you can feel the rain on your cheeks and see the sun reflecting off the snow,” while the Rutland Reader says, “Authenticity always stands out, and Canty has that in spades.”

Raised in Vermont and now based in NYC, singer/songwriter Caitlin Canty's sophomore album  Golden Hour  was a fan-funded album and blends her folk roots with a Western tone and an alt-country flavor. Canty collaborates with several bands, including Darlingside, a string rock band, and serves as one half of the duo  Down Like Silver  with Peter Bradley Adams, which released its debut EP in 2011. Caitlin has independently released several EPs including  Neon Streets (2010)  and the full-length album,  Green (2007) , which she recorded and mixed in her home studio.

Matt Lorenz is part of the roots-rock/junk-folk trio Rusty Belle as well as the one-man-band Suitcase Junket.  He will accompany Caitlin on guitars, fiddle, banjo and percussion. 

Tickets are $15. A pre-concert dinner is also available for $15. Reservations are required for dinner and highly recommended for the show as Caitlin has sold out in previous performances. Contact us at (802)465-4071 or via e-mail. Venue is BYOB.

Caitlin Canty

Matt Lorenz


Brandon Music – Vermont's Music Haven - is at 62 Country Club Road, opposite Neshobe Golf Club on Rte 73E. Located in Warren Kimble's former historic red barn gallery, Brandon Music hosts the Divine Art CD Store, Music Café, The Phonograph Room, a Vermont art gallery and a gift shop selling vintage English china and other collectibles. More information is available at .


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