Spire Lobby Series Presents: Rachel Sumner

2021-11-11 19:30 2021-11-11 21:00 America/New_York Spire Lobby Series Presents: Rachel Sumner Over the last decade, Rachel Sumner has gone from California to Boston; from classical flute to acoustic guitar; and now from bluegrass band co-founder/lead singer to solo singer-songwriter. Following two albums with Twisted Pine and two solo EPs, Rachel has spent the pandemic recording her first full-length album of originals. Rachel Sumner, previously known as co-founder of Boston bluegrass band, Twisted Pine, has been creeping away from that genre, and from any one genre for that matter. She’s a singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist (guitar, banjo, flute, clarinet, + more) working on recording her first full length album, ‘Heartless Things,’ an album that hovers somewhere between chamber-pop, indie-folk, Americana, and the blues. Spire Center/Greater Plymouth Performing Arts Center Spire Center for Performing Arts info@spirecenter.org
Thursday, November 11, 2021 -
7:30pm to 9:00pm
Presented By: 
Spire Center for Performing Arts
Cost Range: 
$10.00

Over the last decade, Rachel Sumner has gone from California to Boston; from classical flute to acoustic guitar; and now from bluegrass band co-founder/lead singer to solo singer-songwriter. Following two albums with Twisted Pine and two solo EPs, Rachel has spent the pandemic recording her first full-length album of originals.

Rachel Sumner, previously known as co-founder of Boston bluegrass band, Twisted Pine, has been creeping away from that genre, and from any one genre for that matter. She’s a singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist (guitar, banjo, flute, clarinet, + more) working on recording her first full length album, ‘Heartless Things,’ an album that hovers somewhere between chamber-pop, indie-folk, Americana, and the blues.

Venue: 
Spire Center/Greater Plymouth Performing Arts Center
Venue Website: 
Venue Address: 
25.5 Court Street
Plymouth, MA 02360
Phone: 508-746-4488