Annie Capps and a Band of Badass Women
Friday, October 13 @ 7:30 pm-
Friday, October 13 @ 10:00 pm
“This show is everything you hope it to be. A band of badass women sharing both their powerful showmanship paired with music and stories that capture the breadth of the human experience. Annie Capps naturally leads a wonderful band and a memorable evening that is thoughtfully put together.” – Caroline Barlow, Crooked Tree Arts Center
” infectious, impeccable, engaging” – David Tamulevich, Tamulevich Artist Management
“… finding a way to speak about the hard things in her life – and in the lives of others, …
[Capps] has done so in the most eloquent and moving way.” – Mike Davies, FolkRadio UK
Chelsea-based singer/songwriter/performer Annie Capps celebrates the release of her ninth recording and first solo album, “How Can I Say This”. The album features 12 original songs written by Annie representing what she calls “a love letter to my younger self” exploring topics of self-discovery, shame, learning, forgiveness, grief, and strength. Proudly featuring a supporting cast of over 40 women musicians spanning the U.S. and into Canada, “How Can I Say This” was recorded, produced, and performed by an impressive batch of A-listers, whose exceptional talents contributed to the sonically lush, emotionally charged arrangements. You can see that complete list and read more about the project at https://howcanisaythis.net.
In solidarity with the way it was created, for this concert, Annie has assembled an all-women band – some of whom performed on the album and others who are adding their own spin to the songs just for this show! The all-star band features Annie Bacon on vocals, Fay Burns on guitar, Sara Gibson on Cello, Emily Slomovits on Violin and Julianna Wilson on Bass. Read more about the album at anniecapps.com.
LISTEN TO THE ALBUM HERE: