July 31, 2016
National touring singer-songwriter Hunter Paye returns to the Upper Valley for a unique concert/album fundraiser and catered brunch for Paye’s upcoming album. Giving the community a chance to help a hometown songwriter reach the national spotlight, the concert will also feature the stringed-bow and harmonies of powerhouse Patrick Ross.
Having opened for acts like Train and Ronnie Montrose (Van Morrison, Herbie Hancock) Hunter’s music has been labeled as’…roots-rock with more kick than the rest!’ (The Oregonian) and ‘…Americana without borders’ (The Southeast Examiner). His songs are built as if by a craftsman, with lyricism of the highest caliber and a voice that sways from cool-and-calm to that of a roar.
Paye was raised in North Haverhill, New Hampshire and Newbury, Vermont and later attended Champlain College where he began playing music. He currently resides in Portland Oregon, has released 5 albums, written over 100 songs, and has done about 20,000 miles of touring.
Concert held at Alumni Hall in Haverhill Corner, NH. Doors open at 11am, come for the brunch, cocktails, or just to mingle with community before the concert starts at 12:30pm. Tickets will be tiered to allow varied levels of contribution: $10 supporter, $20+ sponsor.
Visit http://www.courtstreetarts.org/workshops/2016/7/8/hunter-paye for more information and tickets.