Cormac McCarthy in Concert

New England's Premiere Singer-Songwriter

Date(s) & Times

March 21, 2014

7:30 PM



$20 / $15 students and seniors

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Bill and Hazel Hough

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The Studio@620 welcomes the return of singer-songwriter Cormac McCarthy on Friday March 21, 2014.  Cormac McCarthy is considered one the finest singer/songwriters that New England has ever produced and we are thrilled to have him back to perform with us, his last performance at The Studio was in 2008.  Clearly he doesn't stop in our area too often so don't miss out on this opportunity!  He was called by the Boston Globe "A leading light of the urban songwriter revival..." who proclaimed his album Curious Thing a "soft-spoken triumph".  Picture Gallery Blue was called "an unassuming masterpiece" by the Boston Phoenix.  Cormac continues to grow as an artist and it's evident on the new cd Collateral. It's the product of wisdom and experience with  lyrics and images "too precise to be anything but truth"  says the Portsmouth Herald.  Cormac is a fine guitarist and singer who is often very funny, a show not to be missed! You can watch videos and sample songs easily online, just click here.

Friday March 21, 2014 at 7:30 PM

General Admission $20, Students and Seniors $15

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“A distinctive songwriter with a warm, powerful, inherently melodic baritone, a fine guitarist and a devastating wit ... enormous writing gifts, capable of putting chills into your spine or a silly grin on your face..." - Jeff McLaughlin, The Boston Globe

“A leading light of the urban songwriter revival…”Curious Thing” is a soft-spoken triumph.” - Scott Alarik, Boston Globe

“…a new McCarthy recording is a major listening event, one to spend considerable time savoring…” - Arthur Wood, Folk Wax

“Cormac McCarthy is the closest thing New England’s ever come to having our own Woody Guthrie” - Martin England, Portsmouth Herald, NH

"Top ten Concerts ...- Bob Dylan, Ani DeFranco, Cormac McCarthy...Next time he comes within 100 miles, you must go hear him!"