Sun, Mar 10|
Plainfield Townhall Opera House
With her powerful voice, captivating melodies and finely - crafted lyrics, Susan Cattaneo is one of Boston’s most respected singer - songwriters.
Time & Location
Mar 10, 2024, 4:00 PM
Plainfield Townhall Opera House, 18 High St, Plainfield, VT 05667, USA
About the event
“Cattaneo’s solo songs have roots that run deep under the earth from Memphis to Nashville to Appalachia (pick a random song from her catalog and odds are it would be an ideal cover for Bonnie Raitt or Carrie Underwood or Steve Earle).” – Jed Gottlieb, The Boston Herald
Sunday, March 10, 2024
Doors 3:30 pm | Concert 4:00 pm
Suggested donation $20
We encourage online reservations to ensure your seat. If you need to pay with cash or check at the door, reserve your seat here with the "pay at the door" option. Online ticket sales end 24 hours before the concert. A limited number of tickets will be available when the doors open at 3:30 pm for those without advanced reservations.
ABOUT THE ARTIST
With her powerful voice, captivating melodies and finely - crafted lyrics, Susan Cattaneo is one of Boston’s most respected singer - songwriters . Combining vivid storytelling with a modern songwriter’s spin . Susan’s music blends folk, rock and blues with hint of country. She likes to call it, “New England Americana”. Susan’s latest album, All is Quiet is an acoustic tour de force recorded remotely during the pandemic with acclaimed guitarists Duke Levine and Kevin Barry. The album chart ed #2 and was a top 25 Album of 2022 on the FAI Folk Radio chart Susan is also an in demand co - writer, with songs on albums by many of Boston’s favorite musicians, including Dennis Brennan, Mark Erelli and Jenee Halstead.
Susan won the CT Folk Festival and was nominated for Singer Songwriter of the Year at the 2022 Boston Music Awards. She has been a finalist or winner in the country’s most prestigious songwriting and music contests including being a three - time Kerrville New Folk finalist . Her 2016 double album The Hammer and The Heart charted #1 on the Billboard Heatseekers chart and yielded a folk radio #1 single and top 10 album. She has also been a Songwriting Professor at the Berklee College of Music for more than twenty years.