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Diane Cluck, Important Records
Is a Virginia-based singer-songwriter of intuitive folk music (originally a native of Lancaster, PA.) 
She tours the US, UK and Europe accompanying herself on a range of instruments including guitar, zither, and a copper pipe instrument she built by hand. 
Her live shows focus on singing as a healing, expansive experience in which listeners may wander, ponder, or simply be. 
Diane's seventh album, "Boneset", was released by Massachusetts-based Important Records in 2014. The album debuted via NPR's First Listen and Tiny Desk Concert series ( 
"An unlikely mix of Aaron Neville, the Baka people, and Joni Mitchell, Cluck's singing is unaffected yet unusual." -NPR

Catamount/Coyote, Harrisburg, Pa
A Central Pennsylvanian singer, songwriter, and poet. She has done her fair share of collaborating, organizing events, and touring over the past decade and doesn't intend to stop. Influences include North American wildlife, permaculture, and campfires. Her newest album, First Winter, is available only at shows for the time being.

Anna McClellan from Howard, Omaha, Nebraska
She is pretty depressing musically, extremely raw and gifted vocally.
We met in Nebraska and she played me flimsy cds of Howard in her basement.
Than we smoked rolled cigarettes and drank red stripe in her back yard.
She wore blue jean overalls with a kitchen scissor haircut.
And she has this excited ornery look in her eye when she talked.
She said she was leaving the following year or something with a boy she loved to go farm somewhere in India.
Her name was Anna, this is Howard.

ADV: $10 DOOR: $10 / Limited seating
*Purchase tickets online and be guaranteed a seat and entry

12 W. New St.
Lancaster, PA

o Doors: 6:30PM | Start: 7PM
o All Ages | Open to Public
o Street Parking ONLY
o Seat Locations, Self-Serve
o Questions or concerns? Email:


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