Peter Mulvey with special guest Heather Maloney
Peter Mulvey with special guest Heather Maloney Peter Mulvey continues to make thoughtful passionate music accompanied by his stellar guitar work. Peter Mulvey with special guest Heather Maloney in Anchorage, AK - CenterTix, Official Box Office TapRoot — 3300 Spenard Road, Anchorage, AK 99503 https://alaskapac.centertix.net/orderticketsarea.asp?p=8905&a=3816
Peter Mulvey with special guest Heather Maloney Peter Mulvey continues to make thoughtful passionate music accompanied by his stellar guitar work. Peter Mulvey with special guest Heather Maloney in Palmer, AK - CenterTix, Official Box Office Vagabond Blues — 642 S Alaska Street, Palmer, AK 99645 https://alaskapac.centertix.net/orderticketsarea.asp?p=8906&a=2299
February 25th through February 26th
Passionate Music Galore
Since his last visit here two years ago, Peter Mulvey has been on a roll. The video of his heartfelt political statement “Take Down Your Flag” went viral and inspired personal versions of the song by the likes of ‘Keb ‘Mo. He’s recorded a new, soon to be released album with Ani DiFranco on Ani’s Righteous Babe label. He’s toured incessantly across this continent and in Europe. And he continues to make thoughtful passionate music accompanied by his stellar guitar work.
Heather Maloney will join Peter on this Alaskan swing with her own set of songs. Her acclaimed third album “Making Me Break,” produced by Band of Horses' Bill Reynolds, features , according to The Bluegrass Situation, "… an intoxicating blend that captures the sonic texture of indie rock, the humanity of folk and the spirituality of a Rumi poem."
"His voice feels like fine old leather, and his guitar sounds like it's on steroids... a superb technician..." — The Boston Globe on Peter Mulvey
“With sharp, versatile vocal prowess, Maloney can shift seamlessly from the stylings of Mitchell on “Flutter” to Ella era jazz (“Great Imposter”) to inspirational pop (“Oh Hope, My Tired Friend”) as quickly as it takes to shuffle a playlist. Though her sonic sensibilities differ substantially from the country-folk twang of Nashville’s Lera Lynn, they’ve taken similar career paths." — Huffington Review on Heather Maloney
Peter Mulvey with special guest Heather Maloney is presented by Whistling Swan Productions.
Runs approximately 2 hours including intermission.
BABIES & CHILDREN (Vagabond Blues) - Babies and children under age 9 discouraged.
Disruptive patrons of any age will be expected to exit the show.
BABIES & CHILDREN (Taproot) - Under age 9 will not be admitted. Minors must be accompanied by own parent or legal guardian only.
MATURE VENUE: (TapRoot) Full service bar. Must be age 21 or older with valid ID to enter. No Exceptions.
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