Listening Room Concert: Songwriters in the Round with Sara Trunzo, Tom Peabody, and Louisa Stancioff. Featuring the paintings of Kaitlyn Miller


Maine-based singer-songwriter Sara Trunzo isn’t a born-and-bred Mainer, but her adopted home, its timeless coastal setting and the vibrant characters that inhabit it feature heavily in her new EP, Cabin Fever Dream (Sept. 24). The EP’s five songs were written with timelessness in mind, but not placelessness, and follow 2019’s full length LP, Dirigo Attitude. Both collections fit squarely in the Americana realm, bringing stories of the genuine, unromanticized parts of rural living to the forefront, eyeing New England viewpoints.
Louisa Stancioff plays indie folk music. She writes about everyday life and the heartache and thrill that accompanies the human experience. Her Bulgarian heritage shows through in her intricate melodies, having grown up singing the ethereal, often dissonant traditional folk music with her family. She has toured across the country multiple times and has recorded a few records with her previous band, Dyado. She recently finished recording her first full length solo album, but it will be some time before it is released into the wild. You can find her EP on bandcamp, which was recently featured in The Downeast Magazine. She is originally from Chesterville, ME and currently lives in Camden.
Tom Peabody is a singer/songwriter whose lyrically driven songs explore the themes of time and distance, nostalgia, and home. Tom has previously played with the bands Snughouse and The Soulbenders. He lives in Portland, but spends as much time as he can in Blue Hill.
Kaitlyn Miller has lived and worked year-round on Little Cranberry Island since 2008. She received her BFA in Ceramics from Maine College of Art in 2007 and has been a studio potter since, working summers at Islesford Pottery. With an enduring love for color and the island, she is most recently enjoying translating the beauty of her surroundings with acrylic paint on canvas.
Suggested donation $20
Beer and wine available by donation thanks to Fogtown and John Edwards
Doors at 6:30, Music at 7
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Masks/proof of vaccination required