Chicago-based singer-songwriter Anne Heaton released her new album, Honeycomb, on October 16, 2012; a portion of proceeds from Honeycomb's sales and touring will benefit homeless children in Colombia through Fundación Niños de los Andes. The Boston Phoenix called the album "her most eccentric work yet." Heaton’s gracefully vulnerable piano-based music has amassed awards, praise from critics, fellow artists, and fans. She has toured nationally, played the Sundance Film Festival, Cayamo Music Cruise, Lilith Fair, and has been a featured artist on the New York Times Music Podcast.
The Boston-area folk music scene is a vibrant one, boasting a variety of diverse artists. But if pressed to name the region's defining musician, it would have to be singer-songwriter Catie Curtis, who has called it home for nearly all of her twenty-year music career. Since the release of her last album in 2009, Curtis has toured extensively, playing a number of diverse venues ranging from Chicago's legendary Old Town School of Folk Music to the White House. She's also spent that time writing and testing out new material, developing a collection of masterfully written lyrics that serve as the heart of
her newest record, Stretch Limousine on Fire (out August 30).
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