Sudbury River Songwriters Evening II


Sudbury River Songwriters Evening II


Back by popular demand, Arts Wayland will be hosting the second “Sudbury River Songwriters Evening II” at the W Gallery in Wayland

Date/Time: Friday, September 20. Doors open at 7pm. 

Location: the W Gallery, 57 Andrew Avenue, Wayland, MA 01778

Popular New England area singer-songwriters Terry Kitchen, Kala Farnham, Prateek Poddar and Lindsey Sampson will each perform original songs in a conversational relaxed atmosphere. Songs may range from the humorous to the emotional, but all will express their writer's creativity and showcase their talent.

Artwork on display in the gallery will be available to purchase. Arts Wayland and the W Gallery are located at 57 Andrew Avenue, Wayland, MA 01778, across from Ace Hardware in Wayland Town Center (across from Russell’s Garden Center.)

Contact for questions: Steve Robb

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Prateek has been described as “Not just any guy with a guitar…” by The Boston Globe. He has been a Kerrville Folk Festival New Folk Finalist and has been nominated for Singer-Songwriter of the Year at both the New England Music Awards and the Boston Music Awards. His most recent EP, "All You Do Is Drown," is available wherever digital music is sold or streamed.

Kala Farnham set out into the world with one vision: To inspire through the transformative power of musical storytelling. A 2019 Rose Garden Performing Songwriter Contest winner and alumni of the Johnny Mercer Songwriters Project. Farnham's recent album was nominated for RI's Motif Music Awards "Best Americana Album", and hailed as "soulful Americana" and "one of New England’s best voices in one of this year’s best written and best recorded works".

Terry Kitchen, called "one of New England's best songwriters" by The Boston Globe,  performs songs that are portraits of ordinary people and emotions, captured with compassion, honesty and humor. He's been performing on folk stages across the country since the 1990s. His songs have won the Mid-Atlantic and USA Song Contests and been runner-up in the John Lennon Song Contest, and have appeared in numerous films.

Lindsey Sampson blends quiet morning folk with Southern stomp & holler for a sound with depth and energy. Hailing from New England, she draws from nature and folklore to create songs with soul and simplicity. When not playing solo, she plays in her band Visiting Wine, whose self-titled album was released last July.

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