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Join us in welcoming Baltimore singer/songwriter, musical alchemist ellen cherry and Baltimore poet and policeman Ed Doyle-Gillespie for an evening of music and poetry.
Edward Doyle-Gillespie is a long-time Hampden resident. Holding a degree in History from George Washington University and an MLA from Johns Hopkins University, he spent ten years teaching literature and history. His writing has appeared in journals and books in the US and other Western nations.
Emmy nominated singer/songwriter ellen cherry is a full-time touring and working performer based in Baltimore. In 2016, ellen presented a new touring project called Portraits in Song that married her love of storytelling and her passion for history through songs and portraits of interesting women in history. This year sees the release of three new recorded works (Portraits, The Thread, and Anthrafony) as a follow up to the very intimate, piano-based album entitled Please Don’t Sell the Piano. ellen was a Strathmore Artist-in-Residence and co-produced Mobtown Moon, a re-imagining of “Dark Side of the Moon” that featured over 50 musicians from Baltimore. ellen tours nationally and internationally, charming audiences from venues as diverse as house concerts to festivals.
TIME & DATE
Saturday, October 20, 2018 - 6:00pm