Heather Pierson Acoustic Trio at Stage 33 Live

BELLOWS FALLS — The Heather Pierson Acoustic Trio show at Stage 33 Live in November got snowed out, but they’re coming back around on January 19. Their three-part vocals and multi-instrumental chops keep landing them on the folk radio charts, and they’ll be at Stage 33 Live in a special 2:00 PM matinee.

They burst onto the national folk scene with their 2015 EP, Still She Will Fly, and the title track was that year’s #2 single on folk radio. Their 2017 CD, Singin’, debuted at #1 and was the #11 folk charting album of the year. Heather’s new solo album, Lines and Spaces, came out last month and was her twelfth CD release.

The trio features original songs that span from the streets of New Orleans to the valleys of Appalachia; heartfelt music with stirring three-part vocals and earthy charm. They bring their “traveling music store” of instruments to Stage 33 Live in a special 2:00 PM matinee performance on January 19. Local up-and-comer Emily Lyons will open with Josh Maiocco.

“Sliding from sweet acoustic Appalachian old-timey vibe with Patty Griffinesque lyrics to brassy New Orleans blues piano with a bone thrown to Bessie Smith.” — DC Bloom, Lone Star Music Magazine

“Great vocals, outstanding instrumental prowess, and stellar songwriting.” — Don Baker, Acoustic Journeys, Asheville, NC

Sunday, January 19; door opens at 1:00, music starts at 2:00 PM. 100% of tickets sales support the musicians. At Heather’s request, tickets are just $10 both in advance and at the door; be sure to thank her. Seating is limited — advance tickets will have chairs reserved until 40 tickets are sold. If any chairs behind the reserved rows are available on show day, those will be available first-come first-served. Attendees are allowed to bring their own portable seating to set up behind the house chairs, or to use in place of their reserved chair.

Advance tickets are available online at stage33live.com — tickets sold for the snowed-out November show will be honored.

Stage 33 Live is an intimate, industrial-rustic listening room in a former factory located at 33 Bridge Street in Bellows Falls, VT, documenting live performances and presentations of original material on a simple stage. Find more info about the nonprofit all-volunteer project, and this and other other upcoming events online atstage33live.com

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