Fawn Larson Returns Home for Album Release Show at Cite des Arts
Featuring Nashville-Based Artists Will Payne Harrison and Scott Mulvahill
Nashville Americana Songwriters Fawn Larson, Will Payne Harrison, and Scott Mulvahill will be playing Cite des Arts on Saturday March 24, 2018 at 7:00PM. Tickets are available for pre-purchase at www.fawnlarson.ticketleap.com/cite for $15 or can be purchased at the door for $20.
Fawn Larson is an Americana / Indie Rock artist from Lafayette, now living in Nashville, TN. Relentless yet soft-spoken, her unique expression transcends genre and lands in a place of gritty rock and smooth lyricality, all with a vulnerability that honors her folk roots. Her band, Fawn Larson & the Fringe is piano and electric guitar driven, featuring lush three-part harmonies that get under your skin in the most delicate way. Since selling out two shows at Cite des Arts in 2015 for her debut album release for The Sway, she has been furthering her career as an artist and songwriter in Nashville. Larson has received national and international airplay and acclaim, being featured in movies such as “Black Beauty” (directed by Daniel Zirilli, 2015), “The Shelter” (directed by John Fallon, starring Michael Pare, 2015) and “We Made This Movie” (directed by Rob Burnett for David Letterman’s production company, 2012). She has also been honored with an award for “Best Original Music” from the Louisiana Addy Awards.
Will Payne Harrison is a Roots / Americana artist whose stories will make you smile right before they make you cry. Since moving from Louisiana to Nashville, Harrison has toured the South and East Coast, performed at festivals, made radio appearances, and hosted songwriter’s nights. Will Payne Harrison’s first single from Louisiana Summer, “Clarity” was featured as a Daily Discovery at American Songwriter. After its May release, East Nashville Blues reached the top 200 on Americana radio. His new EP, Blue features 5 covers and one original, including songs written by John Prine, Steve Earle and Hank Williams Sr.
Scott Mulvahill is a Nashville based singer-songwriter / upright bassist who has shared the stage with some of the greatest artists of modern music – Ricky Skaggs, Alison Krauss, Emmylou Harris and more. Since recently departing from his position as bassist in the Ricky Skaggs Kentucky Thunder band to forge his own path, Mulvahill has been selling out shows across the US and gaining notoriety amongst some of the premier songwriting critics and publications such as the International Songwriting Competition, John Lennon Songwriting Contest, and American Songwriter Magazine’s 30th Anniversary Contest.
Tickets can be purchased at www.fawnlarson.ticketleap.com/cite or www.fawnlarson.com