Mary Gauthier opens spring EOH Arts Café Series

EARLVILLE – The Earlville Opera House welcomes Razor & Tie recording artist, Mary Gauthier, at 7 p.m. Sunday in the Arts Café.   Gauthier's originals have a power that turns the most ordinary details of living into poetry!  “Live, she is mesmerizing!” (London Times). 

Gauthier is touring in support of her new album, The Foundling.  The concept for the album is explained on her website (; “the songs tell the story of a kid abandoned at birth who spent a year in an orphanage and was adopted, who ran way from the adopted home and ended up in show business, who searched for birth parents late in life and found one and was rejected, and who came through the other side of all of this still believing in love.”  Mary’s “compass” was Willie Nelson’s Red Headed Stranger, his classic concept album of 1975 (with “Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain”). 

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