Folk | Americana,
with special guest Liz Longley
Seth Glier, a songwriter from Shelburne Falls, Massachusetts, thinks a considerable amount about the person that he was, the person that he is and where it's all going from here. He likes to believe - as we all do - that we're inherently good people, but we know that it's not a guarantee and we've seen ourselves do some real shitty stuff over the years.
Glier wonders about the man he used to be, wondering if it's possible to get back to that, or to just disappear. It feels that this might just be a bit of an exaggerated way of coping with some sad episode, but it's effective in addressing the meaningful and the vacated tangents that one's gone down.
He comments that, "The heart as we know it is nothing but skin," and this would lead us to believe that following it at all times might not be the best thing to do, even when that's all we're taught - heart and guts, go with them.
While Glier questions the man he's become, there's a girl that he sings about in this session who's quite different. She's still yearning, thinking that the best her is ahead, not behind. "She dreams of a wrap-around porch and snapping peas all day," he sings. He might do well to dream with her. Sounds healthier. Visit Seth Gliers Website
Advance Tickets: $20.00
Ticket price at the door: $22.00
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