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Connor Wallowitz with Opening by Dan Merritt

October 22, 2016 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm EDT

$10

ABOUT CONNER WALLOWITZ
15-year-old singer/songwriter Connor Wallowitz will feature about 14 original songs with themes ranging from love, to loss of love, to social justice.  The playlist will touch and reach all audience members regardless of age and life experience.  He writes songs that can be interpreted on multiple levels and he sings them with passion and commitment.

Connor has 4 studio CD’s and has been composing and performing since he was 8 years old.  He has been on WPLR, WILI, West Hartford public access TV, WFSB’s CT Style.  He’s performed at bars, charity events, outdoor music concert venues, weddings, Tanger Outlets at Foxwoods, and at the XL Center.  You can find his music on Bandcamp, iTunes, Youtube, CD Baby, Amazon, and Spotify.

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ABOUT DAN MERRITT
Dan Merritt is a genre-bending singer/songwriter/guitarist from central connecticut. He tries as hard as possible to push the limits of words used to decribe him. He evokes sounds out of his steel-string acoustic guitar that sometimes only barely resemble a guitar. His repitiore is partially instrumental, partially vocal songs. Drawing influence from many styles and performers, he has been compared to the likes of Michael Hedges, Bruce Cockburn, Mike Doughty, Don Ross, Jack White, Ian Thornley and Keller Williams. He draws influence from a number of more abstract artists as well, most notably pianist George Winston, bassist/composer Michael Manring, orchestral composers Stars of the Lid, as well as some electronic artists such as Boards of Canada, Loess, and Com Truise.

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Details

Date:
October 22, 2016
Time:
8:00 pm - 10:00 pm EDT
Cost:
$10

Venue

The Buttonwood Tree Performing Arts Center
605 Main Street
Middletown, 06457 United States
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Phone:
860-347-4957
Website:
http://www.buttonwood.org