A Night of Irish Song

Hammond Hall, 427 Main St. , Winter Harbor, ME

Multi-instrumentalist Jud Caswell celebrates the release of his "Morning Cordial Vol.2" - a collection of Irish songs recorded and released as videos during the first months of COVID lock-down.

Maine singer/songwriter Jud Caswell has got a keen eye for detail, a head full of far-away, and a heart full of home. In 2006 he burst on the national scene, winning the legendary Kerrville New Folk competition. His songs have been taught at Berklee, recorded by Judy Collins, and named “#4 Song of the Decade” by New York’s WFUV. Jud left the road to raise a family where his own roots go deep. He draws inspiration from the land like Mary Oliver, pushing gently into the specific until it unfolds into the universal. He paints his landscapes like Wyeth, with a reverence for humble beauty. And with a voice fresh as water over granite and soft as a pine needle bed, he wields his instruments with the matter-of fact deftness of an old woodsman with an axe.

Doors open at 6:30pm.

BYOP (bring your own pie) to share.

$15 suggested donation

$15 suggested donation