Indie harpist and singer-songwriter Mikaela Davis performs at The Waldo
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WALDOBORO — Indie harpist/singer-songwriter Mikaela Davis will perform with her band Tuesday, June 13, at 7:30 p.m., at The Waldo Theatre.
Five years since her debut album Delivery, Mikaela Davis has moved away from her hometown of Rochester, shared the stage with the likes of Bob Weir, Phil Lesh, Christian McBride, Bon Iver, Lake Street Dive and Circles Around the Sun, and entered a new decade. But it’s the ever-evolving relationships between her closest friends and bandmates that has propelled the Hudson Valley-based artist onto her new album ‘And Southern Star’ (available August 4 on Kill Rock Stars Records) – “a truly collaborative effort that ruminates on the choices we make, and the people we always come back to,” said The Waldo, in a news release.
Davis earned her degree in harp performance at the Crane School of Music, and has molded her classical music training to create an original and genre-bending catalog that weaves together 60s pop-soaked melodies, psychedelia and driving folk rock.
“Opening is local songwriter and guitarist Louisa Stancioff, who is quickly establishing herself as one of the premier musical artists in Maine,” said the Waldo. “Her intelligent and soulful writing pairs with a confident and catchy indie sound drawing on folk, rock, pop, and her own Bulgarian heritage.”
General admission tickets are available for $20 in advance, $25 the day of the event with $30 front row seats.
Doors open at 6:30 pm, and concessions, including beer and wine will be available for purchase.
The Waldo Theatre is located at 916 Main Street, Waldoboro, ME 04572. More information and tickets for this and other upcoming events available at: thewaldotheatre.org.