Michele Fay Band set to groove at Burnham Hall

LINCOLN — The Michele Fay Band will be performing for the Burnham Music series at Burnham Hall, 52 River Rd. in Lincoln, this Saturday, April 13, at 7:30 p.m.  The band features original and Americana music that brings a comfortable groove of folk, swing and bluegrass-influenced songs.
Fay’s heart-felt lyrics are central to the ensemble, as she sings with a crystal clear, authentic voice. She’s been singing with her guitar and composing songs for decades, originally inspired by the early sounds of Emmy Lou Harris and Claire Lynch. Her “crack backing band,” adds to the charm and sincerity of these songs without detracting from their earnest messages.  
The band’s repertoire provides a mix of understated originals and well-placed traditional covers, played and sung with relaxed polish, personality and taste. Kalev Freeman, on fiddle, adds a magical, effervescent sound. Michael Santosusso, on upright bass, (Smokin’ Grass, Big Spike, Hot Pickin’ Party) adds dynamic beat and perfectly matched harmonies. Fay’s husband, Tim Price, contributes accomplished, melodic instrumentals on mandolin, electric guitar, and acoustic guitar.
Performances by the Michelle Fay Band are both energetic and unpretentious, appealing to a wide range of audience. Its growing musicianship is increasingly being well received throughout the region as it continues to gather its well-deserved recognition.
Ticket’s to Saturdays gig are $10 for adults, teens and kids free. Refreshments will be served. For more information, call (802) 388-6863.

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