Singer-songwriter Heather Maloney marks life lessons with her music though cutting lyrics and an adventurous folk spiced with jazz and pop. Armed with formal study in operatic, classical Indian and improvisational jazz singing, Heather's voice is fully capable of aural backflips while remaining crystal clear and intimately expressive. Like on her recent collaborative EP Woodstock, Heather joins the quartet Darlingside for this summer tour including performances at the High Sierra Music Festival and Four Corners Folk Festival. Darlingside's lush, dynamic musical world is characterized by classical strings, tight vocal arrangements, folk, bluegrass, and rock instrumentation, and smart lyricism. Darlingside is Don Mitchell (guitar), Auyon Mukharji (mandolin, violin) Harris Paseltiner (cello, guitar, bass), David Senft (bass guitar, guitar). Graham Nash calls their combination on the new album "... delicious, really excellent..."
Concert starts at 8 pm
Tickets are $15 early bird and $20 week of.