LIVESTREAM: Dinty Child and Mark Erelli LIVE from TCAN

Saturday October 17, 2020
8:00pm
$25 Suggested Donation
ONLINE EVENT
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This special livestream event is streamed LIVE from TCAN.

It is free and accessible on our Youtube Channel. Donations are encouraged - all contributions will be shared with TCAN and Dinty Child and Mark Erelli. Be sure to follow and subscribe to TCAN on Facebook and Youtube for future livestream notifications. Previous livestreams can be found in our Facebook Videos and Youtube Playlist.

Two longtime collaborators and friends are diving into their individual and shared catalogues for a night of stories and music. Playing each of their songs in trio format, this special one-night-only set will put a fresh spin on collaborations old and new.

Dinty Child is a longtime member of the Boston roots/folk scene. A fearless multi-instrumentalist, he can most often be seen with the band Session Americana, as well as the Chandler Travis Philharmonic, the unapologetically loud and grimy Catbirds, as sensitive sideman to any number of singer/songwriters, including Rose Cousins and Kris Delmhorst, and even fronting the twenty piece party band, the Funky White Honkies. 

Mark Erelli has forged a colorful career by making the art of “being everywhere all the time” seem effortless. It’s hard to think of another artist who seems equally at home serving as a sideman for GRAMMY-winning artists like Paula Cole, Marc Cohn, and Josh Ritter, or producing albums for Lori McKenna, as he does writing and producing his own material, like last year’s “By Degrees,” on which he was joined by a host of voices including Rosanne Cash and Sheryl Crow. That song was nominated for “Song Of The Year” at the 2019 Americana Music Awards, and served to reintroduce Erelli to a wider audience. And just in time, because his new album Blindsided combines the exuberance of Erelli’s signature sound with the wisdom that comes with over 20 years of songwriting, capturing an artist at a point in his career where he is clearly digging deep and swinging for the fences.