Brown Common Coffeehouse Presents: Dori Freeman
Brown Common Coffeehouse is "over the moon" to welcome one of our favorite Americana artists, Dori Freeman, to be part of the live music series. Freeman is a native of Galax, Virginia, a small Appalachian town made famous by an annual fiddler's convention that draws musicians from all over the world. Freeman's music and sound is deeply influenced by the region in which she grew up. Her voice brings an honesty and integrity to a music that is simultaneously traditional and progressive. Her musical career caught fire when she sent a Facebook message to Teddy Thompson who liked her music instantly and offered to produce her first album. The self-titled album on Freedirt Records was called "a strong contender for Americana debut of the year" by Rolling Stone.
Dori lists folks like Iris Dement, Doc Watson, Peggy Lee, and Jackson Browne as influences. Tune in to Gettin' Down with Brown Common on Thursdays from 4-6pm and you might hear her music on WRCU 90.1 FM. Or, you can go to Spotify and check her out.
As usual, we will have fresh coffee made with care by the FoJo Coffee Roasters and sweet treats from Flour and Salt Bakery. All items are $1 a piece.
Admission is free and open to the public. Doors open at 7:30pm!!!
(Can't make it to the show? Tune in live on WRCU 90.1 FM at 8pm to hear a live broadcast.)
Thursday, October 11 at 8:00pm
110 Broad Street – Brown Commons Social House
110 NY-12B, Hamilton, NY 13346, USA