Patio Productions is a series of established artists who are either new to The Foundry or were scheduled to perform and postponed due to Covid-19.
Sarah Lee Guthrie’s lineage is undeniable. But if you close your eyes and forget that her last name is synonymous with the river-legacy of a widening current of American folk music, you’d still be drawn to the clarity and soul behind her voice. There is a gentle urgency to her interpretations of the songs she sings and the classic music of her heritage. It flows from the continuity of her family, her vital artistic life today and the river of songs that have guided her to where she now stands. Over the last two decades on the road and in the studio, she and her husband Johnny Irion have created a signature pop-fused folk-rock sound that is appealing and engaging on series of critically-acclaimed albums
Exploration, Folksong, Bright Examples and Wassiac Way. On 2009’s Go Waggaloo she created a family album of original songs (and a few with Woody’s lyrics) that won a Golden Medallion from The Parents’ Choice Foundation. Sarah Lee Guthrie now ventures on a road that leads back to the rich culture of her family running through the warmth of her own bloodlines. This is rare opportunity to witness the growth of one of America’s finest young folk singers.
In order to offer our patrons the safest and most enjoyable experience possible, social distance policies will be in effect through the 2020 season. All guests must wear their masks when out of their seats. Bar is open for table service only. There will be food provided by SoMa Catering. Guests must purchase food from SoMa in order to order alcohol from the bar.
Tier 1: (Section A & B) Table Seating – $25
Tier 2: (Section C) 10ft x 10ft Plot for 4 People – $100
To purchase tickets please click through the ticket menu to select from the “Seating Map.”
Doors/Bar Open: 6:00PM
Berkshire Music Project aims to utilize local organizations and community input to bring diverse musical talent into Berkshire County, support and promote local talent, and fill the gaps that remain in an emerging music scene.