Sarah McQuaid Performing At Green Wood Coffee House

. August 31, 2018.
Singer/songwriter Sarah McQuaid

Singer/songwriter Sarah McQuaid has carved out her own unique and vibrant corner of the contemporary folk world. Her fifth album, If We Dig Any Deeper, It Could Get Dangerous, has already garnered critical success since its release earlier this year. The album’s songs highlight Sarah’s warm, haunting voice with beautifully played arrangements that feel authentic in their simplicity. Recently presented with a Lifetime Achievement Award by the Ards International Guitar Festival in Northern Ireland, McQuaid is known for putting on a powerful live performance. As with any Green Wood concert, if your budget prevents you from paying admission, don’t stay away. Pay what you can, if you can.

Friday, Sept. 7 | 8pm-10pm
$15
Green Wood Coffee House | 1001 Green Rd.
734-665-8558 | greenwoodcoffeehouse.org

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