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Patti Larkin: Still Green

Read "Still Green" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni

Singer-songwriter Patty Larkin is one of the best of her kind. She belongs to a league of artists who redefined the poetic and instrumental boundaries of the folk singer-songwriter genre such as Greg Brown, Bruce Cockburn and Richard Thompson. She is a wise lyricist and inventive guitarist who can encapsulate a profound emotional experience in few ...

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Music Without Borders Presents Upcoming NYC Concerts

Music Without Borders, a music and arts consulting firm based in Stamford, CT, is pleased to announce highlights of its upcoming NYC concert calendar. MWB has long been associated with producing concert events at diverse venues such as Symphony Space, Tribeca Performing Arts Center, the Beacon Theater, the 92nd Street Y, and the Rubin Museum of ...

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Patty Larkin: Watch the Sky

Read "Watch the Sky" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni

Patty Larkin is considered a rare bird among today's singer/songwriters. The Boston-based Larkin is more literate than her fellow bards; she is an inventive and experimental musician who likes to push the sonic envelope of her songs with subtle and sophisticated arrangements; an excellent guitarist--on all guitars, acoustic and electric--and a musician whose preferences are more ...

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Patty Larkin: Red=Luck

Read "Red=Luck" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

Vocalist/guitarist Patty Larkin stands tall among her peers. She enjoys near- hero status in the New England area to coincide with an honorary doctorate from her alma mater; the "Berklee College of Music." So what’s all the fuss about? Well, Larkin is a magnificent composer who possesses the insight and confidence of a poet laureate, type ...