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Event Date: 
Friday, June 28, 2013 - 8:00pm

Award winning singer-songwriter Amy Correia is a mesmerizing performer, whose mixture of raw power and musical honesty has been compared to Tom Waits and Michelle Shocked by The New York Times music critic Jon Pareles.

Her last album You Go Your Way was a leap of faith as much as much as a declaration of independence when Amy went her own way and raised over $35K to create her third album. After two major label releases with EMI, her first independent release went on to receive international raves from fans and critics alike and won the 2012 Independent Music Award for Best Folk, Singer Songwriter album.

Performing with her band for the first time at Narrows, Correia will perform with Andy Plaisted on drums, James Haggerty on bass and Mike Castellana on guitar.

$15 Advance | $17 Day of Show

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