Hayley Reardon’s songwriting is getting noticed.
Coming off two sold out performances at the legendary Club Passim her upcoming solo show Saturday, December 2nd, at the Somerville Armory is not to be missed!
Her songwriting continues to impress. The Boston Herald recently talked with Hayley and…
A portion of the proceeds from this Last Dance Productions concert will benefit the New England Folk Music Archives. Tickets here.
Only 40 seats will be sold for this very intimate concert!
Since her showcase at the International Folk Alliance in February 2010, Hayley Reardon has exploded onto the stage of folk music.
In addition to being featured in the recently released “For the Love of the Music” Club 47 documentary and producing her first full length LP, she has developed an in-school performance program. “Find Your Voice,” encourages peer empowerment through self-expression. Hayley’s new release, Where the Artists Go. is the product of the “focus on what I wanted to say with my arts sense of freedom that folk empowers me to say it the way I want to.”
“Reardon is taking the folk scene by storm.” WBUR
“She is certainly a bright star on the horizon, a glorious addition to the future of acoustic music.” Performer Mag
“Reardon definitely has an old soul, and her dedication to her art shows in Where the Artists Go, an impressive debut.” Candor News
“Where the Artists Go can be cast as coming of age thoughts riding on a sea of song. There is a unique world view and an everyman way of describing the scene that makes these songs sing.” The Alternate Root
The New England Folk Music Archives is located at 191 Highland St, Somerville, MA.