Quebecoise vocalist Lynn Veronneau, and UK guitarist Ken Avis, of the acclaimed band VERONNEAU, take you back to 1971, the milestone year when music changed with the release of Joni Mitchell’s “Blue” and Carole King’s “Tapestry”.
In anecdotes and songs, Lynn and Ken celebrate these two milestone albums which put women center-stage as both composers and performers. Two of the most critically and commercially albums of all time, packed with songs of inspiration, love, home, and loss. Feel free to sing along…you know these songs.
Due to limited seating, reservations are recommended – please call 410-626-9796 to reserve, or to check for availability at the door.
“Inspiring & joyful…excellent performers” Washington Post
“Satisfying and bewitching…one of the best voices in the business.” Canadian Audiophile
“The kind of thoughtful artistry one can expect from masters of the music.” Washingtonian Magazine
” Veronneau could easily fit on jazz, world and pop radio… a kaleidoscope of internationally flavored tunes and varied textures delivered by a gorgeous voice.” All About Jazz