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Heather Lynn EP Release, Sweet Petunia + Grace Guggenheim

Heather Lynn EP Release, Sweet Petunia + Grace Guggenheim
Heather Lynn EP Release, Sweet Petunia + Grace Guggenheim


Feb 16, 2024, 8:00 PM – 11:50 PM



Raised in the Blue Ridge of Virginia, Heather Lynn keeps the sounds and traditions of Appalachia close to her heart. Born into a musical family, her earliest memories are of singing in the church choir alongside her family. Heather’s music reflects her love of folk artists like Etta Baker and Jean Ritchie, weaving fingerstyle guitar with free flowing melodies and lyrics.

Music took her to study at New England Conservatory in Boston, where she spent five years exploring and expanding her personal style. During her time in Boston, Heather performed her original music throughout the city at venues such as Jordan Hall, Club Passim, the Museum of Fine Arts, and Atwood’s Tavern. She’s worked with artists across many genres, including Dominique Eade, Jason Moran, Carla Kihlstedt, and Larry Unger. Most recently, her love of the outdoors has brought her to Portland, Maine where she continues to teach, perform, and write music. Fond of agriculture, Heather currently helps manage a greenhouse at an organic farm that serves the Maine community. Heather released her debute EP entitled "Narrows" Decemeber 2023. You can stream it now on all platforms!


Sweet Petunia, established in 2018, is a queer alt folk duo from Boston, MA composed of Mairead Guy (they/them) and Madison Simpson (she/her). Over the past five years they’ve broken hearts all across the US, from Richmond to Chicago to San Francisco. They’ve been praised for their haunting, interchanging harmonies, and their ability to bring to life something as mundane as catching a stranger’s eye in a poetic ode, to the love that can be found in the smallest of places. They answer the often begged question, “is one banjo enough?” with a resounding “NO!” as they switch through combinations of double banjo, double guitar, and guitar and banjo, singing all the while. They most recently brought their unique blend of roots music and punk influence to In Between Days in Quincy, MA.


Grace Guggenheim is a singer-songwriter originally from New Jersey. A pianist and storyteller at heart, she is relatable and captivating. She has a way of being vulnerable and tapping into a deeply emotional space that is inviting, even draws you in. Grace’s voice and presence have been compared to the greats such as Joni Mitchell and Carol King. She’s says it’s always an honor to share the songs that visit her.


Doors @ 7PM

Show @ 8PM

$12 presale / $15 day of show

ticket required for event, no refunds or exchanges

Ticket presale ends at 10am day of show - additional tickets available at the door, bring cash!


  • General Admission

    21+ only. No refunds or exchanges.

    +$0.30 service fee
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