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An Evening with Mary Chapin Carpenter featuring Duke Levine on guitar & Jon Carroll on keyboards

Infinity Norfolk


Sun, July 13, 2014
Norfolk, CT
Show at 7:30 PM

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Price: $89 - $119

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Country / Pop
An Evening with Mary Chapin Carpenter featuring Duke Levine on guitar & Jon Carroll on keyboards

Mary Chapin Carpenter will perform at Infinity Hall in Norfolk, CT for a very special acoustic show on July 13. Joining her are longtime band mates Duke Levine and Jon Carroll.

A Massachusetts native, Levine has performed live with Ms. Carpenter, Peter Wolf, Aimee Mann, and Jonathan Brooke, among countless others. His work has been recognized by the Boston Music Awards, which named him Unsung Hero in 2006 and Outstanding Instrumentalist in 2005.

Jon Carroll began playing keyboards and singing with Ms. Carpenter not long after spending five years as one-fourth of the Grammy-winning Starland Vocal Band. He has performed on stage and in studio with numerous other artists including the Dixie Chicks, Rodney Crowell, Peter Wolf, and Eric Lindell, and has won more than 20 Wammies from the Washington (D.C.) Area Music Association for his musicianship and songwriting.

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Artist Bio

Over the course of her acclaimed career, Carpenter has sold over 14 million records. With hits like “Passionate Kisses” and “He Thinks He’ll Keep Her,” she has won five Grammy Awards (with 15 nominations), two CMA awards, two Academy of Country Music awards and is one of only fifteen female members of the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame. Most recently, Carpenter released “Sometimes Just The Sky,” in March 2018 via Lambent Light / Thirty Tigers. Produced by Ethan Johns (Ryan Adams, Paul McCartney, Ray LaMontagne), the 13-track album was recorded entirely live at Peter Gabriel’s Real World Studios outside Bath, England. Joined by long-time collaborator Duke Levine on guitar and a handpicked band of Johns’ favorite musicians, Carpenter re-imagined one song from each of her twelve studio albums along with “Sometimes Just The Sky.” On the album title and newest song Carpenter says, “I read a beautiful interview with Patti Smith in which she said that you don’t have to look far or wide, and it doesn’t have to be complicated or expensive or madness in order to find things to soothe you in life, or to be happy about. Sometimes just the sky makes everything fall into perspective.”

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