Streaming Tuesdays

Time: Tuesdays 7 PM to 8PM Eastern Time

URL: facebook.com/FolkProject/live

Our Show: The pandemic forced us to learn how to stream shows directly from the performer's studio. It has proven to be such fun that we are going to keep doing it each Tuesday night.

Attendance is free. 100% of donations go to the Artists.

Featured Performer: Erin Ash Sullivan
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Ducks in a Row

Erin Ash Sullivan is a Massachusetts-based singer-songwriter who loves a good storytelling song. Drawing from the lives of others as well as her own experiences as a daughter, wife, mom, and artist, Erin’s songs harness language in unexpected ways to reveal the world through others’ eyes.

Victor Infante of the Worcester Telegram & Gazette describes her music as “delicate and evocative” with songs full of “nuance and emotional resonance.”

Featured Performer: Bett Padgett
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At the End of the Day

Bett Padgett’s songs are bound to touch a nostalgic chord and in the next minute, tickle your funny bone. Her listeners say that she makes them laugh, cry and think.  Her unique blend of songs, storytelling and history have her fans say that her shows are “edutatainment”.

Bett sings about today’s social, political and environmental climate. Her blended gifts of storytelling and well-crafted music lends to a compelling engagement with her audience. A multi-instrumentalist, she accompanies her warm alto voice using innovative guitar techniques, clawhammer banjo, mandolin, piano and harp in styles that cross the borders of Celtic, Old-time, Folk and New Age.

Featured Performer: Ben Gage
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Walk Downtown

Ben Gage is an Americana musician from Akron, OH. He grew up in the rust belt of Northeast Ohio, spread out in the countryside along the great Lake Erie. His roots run deep alongside the hard working blue collars that Ohio has to boast. That tenacity, love of family, and respect for a long day can be seen in his music.

Songs have always been a way to tell a story for Ben. The best story sets aside the complexities and focuses on honesty. You will find yourself feeling as though you’ve heard his songs before even if it’s your first time.

Featured Performer: Erin Ash Sullivan
 
Ducks in a Row

Erin Ash Sullivan is a Massachusetts-based singer-songwriter who loves a good storytelling song. Drawing from the lives of others as well as her own experiences as a daughter, wife, mom, and artist, Erin’s songs harness language in unexpected ways to reveal the world through others’ eyes.

Victor Infante of the Worcester Telegram & Gazette describes her music as “delicate and evocative” with songs full of “nuance and emotional resonance.”

Featured Performer: Bett Padgett
 
At the End of the Day

Bett Padgett’s songs are bound to touch a nostalgic chord and in the next minute, tickle your funny bone. Her listeners say that she makes them laugh, cry and think.  Her unique blend of songs, storytelling and history have her fans say that her shows are “edutatainment”.

Bett sings about today’s social, political and environmental climate. Her blended gifts of storytelling and well-crafted music lends to a compelling engagement with her audience. A multi-instrumentalist, she accompanies her warm alto voice using innovative guitar techniques, clawhammer banjo, mandolin, piano and harp in styles that cross the borders of Celtic, Old-time, Folk and New Age.

Featured Performer: Ben Gage
 
Walk Downtown

Ben Gage is an Americana musician from Akron, OH. He grew up in the rust belt of Northeast Ohio, spread out in the countryside along the great Lake Erie. His roots run deep alongside the hard working blue collars that Ohio has to boast. That tenacity, love of family, and respect for a long day can be seen in his music.

Songs have always been a way to tell a story for Ben. The best story sets aside the complexities and focuses on honesty. You will find yourself feeling as though you’ve heard his songs before even if it’s your first time.

Featured Performer: Erin Ash Sullivan
Ducks in a Row

Erin Ash Sullivan is a Massachusetts-based singer-songwriter who loves a good storytelling song. Drawing from the lives of others as well as her own experiences as a daughter, wife, mom, and artist, Erin’s songs harness language in unexpected ways to reveal the world through others’ eyes.

Victor Infante of the Worcester Telegram & Gazette describes her music as “delicate and evocative” with songs full of “nuance and emotional resonance.”

Featured Performer: Bett Padgett
At the End of the Day

Bett Padgett’s songs are bound to touch a nostalgic chord and in the next minute, tickle your funny bone. Her listeners say that she makes them laugh, cry and think.  Her unique blend of songs, storytelling and history have her fans say that her shows are “edutatainment”.

Bett sings about today’s social, political and environmental climate. Her blended gifts of storytelling and well-crafted music lends to a compelling engagement with her audience. A multi-instrumentalist, she accompanies her warm alto voice using innovative guitar techniques, clawhammer banjo, mandolin, piano and harp in styles that cross the borders of Celtic, Old-time, Folk and New Age.

Featured Performer: Ben Gage
Walk Downtown

Ben Gage is an Americana musician from Akron, OH. He grew up in the rust belt of Northeast Ohio, spread out in the countryside along the great Lake Erie. His roots run deep alongside the hard working blue collars that Ohio has to boast. That tenacity, love of family, and respect for a long day can be seen in his music.

Songs have always been a way to tell a story for Ben. The best story sets aside the complexities and focuses on honesty. You will find yourself feeling as though you’ve heard his songs before even if it’s your first time.

Featured Performer: Erin Ash Sullivan
Ducks in a Row

Erin Ash Sullivan is a Massachusetts-based singer-songwriter who loves a good storytelling song. Drawing from the lives of others as well as her own experiences as a daughter, wife, mom, and artist, Erin’s songs harness language in unexpected ways to reveal the world through others’ eyes.

Victor Infante of the Worcester Telegram & Gazette describes her music as “delicate and evocative” with songs full of “nuance and emotional resonance.”

Featured Performer: Bett Padgett
At the End of the Day

Bett Padgett’s songs are bound to touch a nostalgic chord and in the next minute, tickle your funny bone. Her listeners say that she makes them laugh, cry and think.  Her unique blend of songs, storytelling and history have her fans say that her shows are “edutatainment”.

Bett sings about today’s social, political and environmental climate. Her blended gifts of storytelling and well-crafted music lends to a compelling engagement with her audience. A multi-instrumentalist, she accompanies her warm alto voice using innovative guitar techniques, clawhammer banjo, mandolin, piano and harp in styles that cross the borders of Celtic, Old-time, Folk and New Age.

Featured Performer: Ben Gage
Walk Downtown

Ben Gage is an Americana musician from Akron, OH. He grew up in the rust belt of Northeast Ohio, spread out in the countryside along the great Lake Erie. His roots run deep alongside the hard working blue collars that Ohio has to boast. That tenacity, love of family, and respect for a long day can be seen in his music.

Songs have always been a way to tell a story for Ben. The best story sets aside the complexities and focuses on honesty. You will find yourself feeling as though you’ve heard his songs before even if it’s your first time.