WOODSONGS OLD-TIME RADIO HOUR presents Leigh Nash and Tall Heights
LEIGH NASH is perhaps best known as the pixie-like singer with the heavenly voice from Sixpence None the Richer. She rolled pop, folk and gospel influences into hit songs like "Kiss Me" and "There She Goes". Her solo career, which kicked off in 2006, has been similarly diverse. Her latest solo album 'The State I'm In' finds Nash putting a modern spin on the sounds she heard as a young girl in the Texas Hill Country, mixing together the classic country of Willie Nelson, the sweeping pop of Roy Orbison and the mariachi influences of nearby Mexico.
TALL HEIGHTS harmony-heavy indie folk has taken this acoustic guitar and cello duo from the farmer's markets of Massachusetts to stages across the country. They've toured America and have been rightfully compared to Simon & Garfunkel.
Date: Monday, November 2
Location: Lyric Theatre & Cultural Arts Center, 300 East Third Street
Tickets: $5 Students | $10 Adults
WoodSongs usually tapes most Monday evenings. Doors open at 6:20 and the audience must be seated by 6:45. Michael is very good at kicking the show off right at 7PM and, unless a guitar string breaks or there is a tech issue, will end about 7:59 followed by artist encores. The evening is done about 8:20.
For more information call 859-252-8888 or visit Woodsongs.com