OSWEGO, NY – Nashville folk-americana songwriter Louise Mosrie will be performing at Oswego Music Hall on November 2.
The doors open at 7:15 p.m. Performance will be at 8 p.m.
Tickets are $12.
Louise is a winner of numerous songwriting awards from folk festivals around the country such as Falcon Ridge Folk Festival in Hillsdale, NY, Kerrville Folk Festival in Kerrville, Texas and Telluride Bluegrass Festival in Telluride, Colo.
Her shows are winding roads of songs and stories interweaving vivid emotional tales from The Civil War, the coal-mining union struggles of the early 20th century and deeply personal songs of love, loss and living in the South.
Rich Warren, venerable DJ of WFMT-FM in Chicago said, “She’s basically William Faulkner with a guitar.”
Louise’s voice, often compared to Nanci Griffith and Patty Loveless is uniquely strong and fragile all at once.
She’s shared concert bills with Joe Ely, Steve Earle, Jonatha Brooke, Cliff Eberhardt, Allison Moorer, Greg Trooper, Malcomb Holcombe and Mindy Smith.