Monday, April 22nd, 6:30pm in the Community Room
An informational performance about the evolution of folk music through the ages – presented by Kevin MacIsaac.
Kevin MacIsaac is a long-time folksinger, beginning in the days of the 1960s. As well as singing traditional and contemporary folk, he writes a good deal of his own material. Not only is he well-versed in folk, he has also studied other genres, including musical theater and classical song.
A voice teacher worked with Kevin, using a process she called voice-building; this may be evident in some of his singing. Kevin has sung in coffeehouses and concerts throughout New England, appearing with artists like Bill Staines and Bob Franke. He also sings with wife Deborah Ross, creating some sweet harmonies.
In whatever venues he performs, Kevin creates a unique listening experience.