14–15 March 2018

Photo by Herve Dulongcourty

Diane Cluck – Two Day Residency + Sam Moss

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Always a pleasure to welcome back the one and only Diane Cluck. The Virginia-based singer-songwriter of intuitive folk music has been influential in the development of the Anti-folk scene and has collaborated with Jeffrey Lewis and CocoRosie. Her performances here over the years have always been very special and these two nights should be no exception.

“Diane Cluck is a virtuosic talent with an emotionality that feels at once ancient and alien. Her mastery of her voice as an ecstatic instrument is so compelling.” – Anohni (of Antony & The Johnsons)

“Cluck's sparse compositions seem to float defiantly from some fortress the conscious self had long left behind” – The Providence Phoenix

Diane Cluck

DIANE CLUCK a singer-songwriter of intuitive folk music based in Charlottesville, Virginia. She employs singing as a healing, textural experience in which audiences may wander, ponder, or simply be. Her vocal style has been noted for its clipped, glottal beauty, and described by NPR as "an unlikely mix of Aaron Neville, the Baka people, and Joni Mitchell--unaffected yet unusual". She accompanies herself on various instruments including guitar, piano, harmonium, zither, and a copper pipe instrument she built by hand. She contributed to New York's burgeoning Antifolk scene in the early 2000s; since then singer-songwriters Laura Marling, Florence Welch (of Florence And The Machine), and Sharon Van Etten have cited Diane's work as influential.

Sam Moss

SAM MOSS is a musician living in Boston. His work rambles through various offshoots of Americana, from original and interpreted folk songs, to pastoral and occasionally jagged instrumental guitar. In 2016 he released Fable, his third release featuring voice, with his fourth album to be released in the winter of 2018. His work has been featured in NPR, Paste, and Daytrotter, among others. “This fingerpicking guitar virtuoso characterizes the folk spirit in its finest sense.”- Paste