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Mary Gauthier with special guest Jaimee Harris

Date:
Thursday, December 5, 2019
Time:
8:30PM
Venue:
The Main Stage
Price:
$18 / $22
Status:
Tickets on Sale Now
Details:
Main Hall Seated - Limited Tables Available with a Dinner Reservation :: All Other Seating is First Come First Serve General Admission :: Please Call Venue for Dinner Reservations

Tickets

Isis Music Hall welcomes Mary Gautier and Jaimee Harris

Mary Gauthier · 8:30pm

https://www.marygauthier.com

Mary Gauthier’s Rifles & Rosary Beads is a collection of songs she co-wrote with US Veterans over the last five years through Songwriting With;Soldiers, a non-profit that offers Veterans a chance to work with professional songwriters. The songs on Rifles and Rosary Beads tell the story of the affect war has had on the Americans who’ve served, and their families. “You'll be hard pressed to hear a more powerful moving work this year - or any other.” Randy Lewis, LA Times. The Americana Music Association has nominated Rifles and Rosary Beads for Record of the Year, and Entertainment Weekly named it one of the 10 best records of the year, so far.
Mary Gauthier is a regular on Grand Ole Opry, and has had songs recorded by Tim McGraw, Blake Shelton, Jimmy Buffett, Bobby Bare Sr., Bettye Lavette, Amy Helm, Mike Farris and many others. Eight albums into her career, she was named, “One of Americana’s most admired artists across the US and around the world,” by The Wall Street Journal, noting her “razor-sharp eye for detail and her commitment to unsentimental self-reflection.”

Jaimee Harris · 8:30pm

https://www.jaimeeharris.com/

Jaimee Harris is poised to become the next queen of Americana-Folk, a slightly edgier Emmylou Harris for the younger generation.
Her debut album​,​ ​Red Rescue​, draws comparisons to Patty Griffin, Lucinda Williams, and Kathleen Edwards – all writers who know how to craft a heartbreakingly beautiful song with just enough grit to keep you enthralled. Harris writes about the basic human experience, in a way that is simple, poetic, and often painfully relatable.