Considered a masterful guitarist and storyteller, Patty Larkin delivers a stunning performance ignited by her rich, brilliant songwriting and mesmerizing melodies. Marking her thirtieth year as recording artist, Larkin has cultivated a loyal, regional following and continues to resonate clearly in the hearts and minds of her listeners.

Artist in Residence at Berklee College of Music and the recipient of eleven Boston Music Awards, she is, perhaps, New England's best kept secret, emerging from a  haven of artists, all of whom, are dedicated to musicianship and committed to the craft of songwriting. 

Her most recent release is a journey of healing and heartache, supported by appealing, unforgettable melodies. “Still Green” is a fresh approach to sound and life by a legendary singer/songwriter who is continually turning the stone over. One cannot always change what happens to us in life, but can still discover what grounds us and what connects us to the natural world and those who remain in it. In the end, it is indeed, “Because of This.”

An uncommonly articulate guitarist, she has evolved into one of the finest self-accompanists anywhere in popular music.

An absolutely stunning guitarist, Larkin matches her instrumental chops as a vocalist and songwriter, making her a true triple-threat artist.

Imagine a drop dead brilliant guitar player, a richly textural singer, a commanding, poetic songwriter, a hilarious and personable entertainer. Now imagine these all in one person. There you have Larkin.

Patty Larkin is one of the most gifted performers in music today. A remarkable guitarist, an imaginative and versatile vocalist, Larkin turns in a riveting performance.

A virtuoso guitar player and mood-shaper...She is also a superb slide guitarist whose mature work is comparable to the best of Bonnie Rait and Lucinda Williams.



Patty Larkin

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Opening Act: Brian Gelfand

A multi-faceted pianist, composer, arranger, and singer/songwriter, Gelfand began his formal musical studies at the piano at age 6.  

He has been composing and performing his own music for twenty years in New York, Boston and Israel. His unique compositions explore emotional and stylistic range and his songs contemplate the relationship between individual and communal identity.  

Gelfand holds a Master's Degree in Contemporary Improvisation from the New England Conservatory, a BA in music from Colombia University, and a BA in Talmud and Rabbinics from the Jewish Theological Seminary.