Come welcome a pair of performers who’ve both toured nationally and internationally in various configurations, but have never appeared on the Eastern Shore.
Ken Waldman combines Appalachian-style string-band music, original poetry, and Alaska-set storytelling for a performance uniquely his. He has eleven books, nine CDs, and since 1995 has appeared at the widest range of concert series, festivals, and clubs, from the Kennedy Center Millennium Stage to the Woodford Folk Festival in Queensland, Australia. Reviewers have compared his stage show to John Hartford and Garrison Keillor.
Clara Delfina plays fiddle, banjo, guitar, write songs, and sings. Originally from Northern California, she recently moved to Washington, D.C., where she fronts Clara & The Broken Barrel String Band, and continues to tour in a variety of settings, with a variety of band mates.