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Anne Marie Menta

March 5 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Anne Marie Menta hails from New Haven, CT, where she has been a long-time favorite singer/songwriter. She comes from a family of three brothers where playing and listening to music was their greatest passion. In 1998, she released her debut album “Untried & True”, followed by “When the Love Ran Deep” in 2004, and “Seven Secrets” in 2009. 

Anne Marie will be performing at the Buttonwood Tree with fellow musicians Richard Neal on guitar and mandolin and Cadence Carroll on harmonies and percussion. The two-set show will feature selections from Anne Marie’s four CD catalog with emphasis on her latest recording “Sky Tonight,” as well as unreleased new material. Her tunes might be described as moving song memoirs where autobiography meets storytelling, the personal meets the universal, childhood haunts adulthood, love meets loneliness, and friends and family embrace love.

Anne Marie has opened for artists such as Richard Shindell, The Kennedys, Cheryl Wheeler, Sally Barris, Eddie from Ohio and Linda McRae, and has been a featured performer at the CT Folk Festival in New Haven, CT. She was a finalist in the 2004 South Florida Folk Festival Singer/Songwriter competition, and a showcase artist at NERFA (New England Regional Folk Alliance.) 

Anne Marie’s songs range stylistically from contemporary folk, Americana, acoustic pop, country, and folk-rock, all featuring her warm vocals and solid guitar. The tunes reflect her wide influences and devotion to Joni Mitchell, Rosanne Cash, Emmy Lou Harris, Lucinda Williams, and Mary Chapin Carpenter, to name a few.  

The songs touch on the usual themes of love, life, and loss, but they deliver the listener to the not-so-usual place of recognition, empathy, solace and hope. Anne Marie pairs her poignant lyrics with catchy melodies to create moving song memoirs.  Equally melodic and lyrically driven, the songs might be described as autobiographical meets storytelling, personal meets universal, childhood meets adulthood, love meets loneliness, family embraces family, friends share love.

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Date:
March 5
Time:
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
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Venue

The Buttonwood Tree Performing Arts Center
605 Main Street
Middletown, CT
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Phone:
(860) 347-4957

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