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Heather Maloney w/ Sam Moss at Hooker-Dunham Theater & Gallery Friday, April 26


Twilight music presents Northampton, Massachusetts-based singer/songwriter Heather Maloney with her band (Ken Maiuri on bass and J.J. O’Connell on drums), plus multi-instrumentalist and singer Sam Moss at Hooker-Dunham Theater & Gallery on Friday, April 26 at 7:30 pm.

Rooted in what she calls “adventurous folk,” Heather Maloney’s smart, catchy and soulful music features literate songwriting that explores themes of spirituality, transformation, and impermanence. Maloney’s brand new self-titled CD is the third album for the songwriter hailed by The Huffington Post for “lyrics that cut to the chase.” DigBoston wrote that she “deserves the type of cult following that has allowed the likes of Aimee Mann and Ani DiFranco that long standing success and influence they have had.” As a classically trained vocalist who once aimed for the opera, there is a strength and certainty in Maloney’s voice that provides a solid foundation for the vocal playfulness throughout her work.

Since the release of her first album, “Cozy Razor’s Edge,” in 2009, Maloney has shared the stage with the likes of Jonny Lang, Chip Taylor & Carrie Rodriquez, Vance Gilbert, David Wax Museum, Devil Makes Three, Caravan of Thieves, Jeffrey Gaines and Meg Hutchinson.

“Her music is riveting, her voice adventurous, her lyrics thought-provoking… Maloney’s expansive range can handle Ella Fitzgerald-style jazz scat and adapt to Beatlesque pop or Joni Mitchell folk…” - No Depression

Sam Moss is a Brattleboro, Vermont based composer, songwriter, and string player. He has released a handful of solo albums, is a member of the old-time duo The Howling Kettles and is a long-distance contributor to Sewing Machines. He recently compiled “Imaginational Anthem Volume Five” for Tompkins Square Records.

Hooker-Dunham Theater & Gallery is located at 139 Main Street in downtown Brattleboro, VT. Tickets for the show are $14 General / $12 Students and Seniors. For ticket reservations and information, call 802-254-9276. For more information, visit www.heathermaloney.com, www.sammoss.net and www.hookerdunham.org.

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