continued Gallager said that along with the release, she would be taking the album with her on her next tour, which starts this month in Texas.
“I have a base of folks that really enjoy the music throughout the country and I am hoping they will help with this album,” she said. “This album has music that is all very gentle and comfortable, which is a little bit of a different album for me because I usually try and do a wide variety of musical styles.”
Gallagher will also be appearing in special flood relief concerts throughout the area, including a performance Saturday, Oct. 8, at 7:30 p.m. at the Keene Valley Congregational Church. The event is presented by the East Branch Friends of the Arts and all proceeds will go to the Keene Flood Recovery Fund.
Gallagher will also be performing as part of the JEMS flood recovery concert with other artists on Saturday, Oct. 15, in Jay.
For more information on the new album by Martha Gallagher or local performances, visit the website www.adkharper.com.