Melissa Ferrick is a singer-songwriter unafraid to bare all through music. With songs that tell stories evoking a raw vulnerability, her performances are full of spark and conviction, revealing her as a woman intensely connected, emotionally and intimately, to her art.
In a career stretching over two decades and nearly fifteen independently-released albums, Ferrick has shared stages with the likes of Morrissey and Bob Dylan. Today she releases her first recording in five years, Still Right Here, via MPress Records.
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Official website for Melissa Ferrick: http://www.melissaferrick.com/
9/14 @ Horseshoe Tavern in Toronto, ON
9/16 @ Space in Evanston, IL
9/17 @ Southgate House in Newport, KY
9/18 @ 3rd and Lindsley in Nashville, TN
9/20 @ Eddie’s Attic in Decatur, GA
9/21 @ Grey Eagle in Asheville, NC
9/22 @ The Evening Muse in Charlotte, NC
9/23 @ Cat’s Cradle in Carrboro, NC
9/24 @ Birchmere in Alexandria, VA
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