Doors open at 630pm, and the show starts at 730pm
Tickets are $20 per person
Rita Hosking, whose songs are called “fragile as a newborn baby and defiant as a West Virginia coal miner,” (Fiddlefreak Folk Review) writes, sings and plays in the folk, country-folk, Americana and bluegrass genres. She’s created and published 6 CD’s that have received critical acclaim: “Heartfelt country soul set from someone who’s quietly become one of the best,” (Maverick Magazine,) “Best Country Album 2010” from the Independent Music Awards, and the UK’s Observer included Rita’s 2011CD, Burn, as one of their “Hidden Gems of 2011.” Her most recent release, Little Boat, was characterized by No Depression as “authentic American folk-music to stir the soul” and one of the “Top 10 Country Albums of the 2013” by the UK Telegraph. She and her husband, Sean Feder on dobro and banjo, began touring her songs in 2005 and continue to traverse the country and globe, from the Strawberry Music Festival to Bob Harris’ BBC program in London.