Boston is not generally a place one would associate with country-infused folk… but maybe it should be.
Tonight at Sign of the Wagon in York, Boston-based singer and guitarist Ian Fitzgerald will be dishing out his particular brand of folk music. He’s toured solo throughout the East Coast and in the Midwest, but he’s also opened shows for names like Ark Life, Freedy Johnston and Tracy Grammer. His style, however, is all his own. Not quite country, not quite straight-up indie, his simple vocal stylings provide a solid canvas for his melodic guitar-playing. Check it out – this is Fitzgerald playing “Melinda Down the Line”:
Tickets are $10 (though you could certainly donate more if you would like). The doors open at 7 p.m., and the guitars start strumming at 8 p.m.
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