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Hope Nunnery and Steve Tarshis

Mountain View Studio, 20 Mountain View Avenue, Woodstock, NY

Tickets can be purchased at Mountainview Studio, Miribai Book Store in Woodstock, Woodstock Music Shop and Dominic’s Cafe in Kingston at 35 North Front Street. Live interview for Hope Nunnery on March 2nd WKZE 98.1 around 4Pm.

Grant Alden from No Depression has described Hope's music as "...bone-shaking. From the opening lamentation "All My People" through the brilliant story (something I imagine from one of Silas House's novels) within "Little Pink Radio" and "Wilderness Lounge" she offers a loose and powerful voice. More than that, the woman can flat write. And swing (see the gospel "Spare Me A Set Of Wings"). These are ancient, timeless tones. Desperate and free. Not blues, not country, not folk: All of those. Something primal and hand-shaped, and thoroughly sophisticated."



An Evening with Hope Nunnery

HUB-BUB The Showroom, 149 South Daniel Morgan Avenue, Spartanburg,, SC

The Hub City Writers Project presents an Evening with Hope Nunnery. Born in the woods of South Carolina, Hope Nunnery experienced gospel music from an early age. As a little girl, she listened in awe to the Southern Baptist Church music, and was fascinated by the genre’s melodic, melancholy undertones. She has kept this influence tight and close to her heart, adding blues, country, old time and bluegrass to create a cornucopia of pure American roots music.



NakedMudMusic - Hosted by Tim Caldwell

MudSpot, 307 East 9th Street (1st & 2nd Avenues), New York, NY

Hope Nunnery and Steve Tarshis will perform songs from Wilderness Lounge completely unplugged.