Antje Duvekot
Wednesday, June 18, 2014, 8:00 pm (doors open at 7:00 pm)

poetic folk artist, engaging story-teller

$18 advance / $20 door

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June 18 8:00 pm

Antje DuvekotIf you happened to catch Antje Duvekot when she opened Freight shows for Red Molly and John Gorka, you’ve probably circled this date on your calendar already. Her artful songs and exquisite vocals left the audience enraptured. Her stories were funny, too.
 
Antje moved from Heidelberg, Germany to the strange world of Delaware when she was 13, and at 18 she won her first open mic competition at a brew pub in Philadelphia. Since then, she’s won the Kerrville New Folk Competition’s Best New Folk Award, the Boston Music Award for Outstanding Folk Act, and Grand Prize in the John Lennon Songwriting Contest, and released seven albums, including Snapshots, The Near Demise of the High Wire Dancer, and her latest, New Siberia, which the website AcousticMusic.com praises as “original and beautiful.” Her voice and her songs have an elusive quality that songwriter Ellis Paul describes as “fairy dust.” Whatever you call it, it’s pretty close to magic!

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