Sunday, April 23 at 6:00 p.m.
Folk singer/songwriters Kirsten Maxwell and Ian Foster come together at FCC for a special night of music. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. Tickets are $15 in advance (plus convenience fee via PayPal). Any remaining tickets will be available at the door for $20. Tickets will go fast, so get yours today!
Advance ticket sales have closed. Tickets will be available at the door beginning at 5:30 p.m.
Based out of Long Island, NY, award-winning singer/songwriter Kirsten Maxwell brings the kind of refreshing yet familiar sound that audiences crave. She gives everything to her live performances and has been described as “making love to the audience”. With a quick wit and commanding stage presence, Kirsten gives the impression of being more accomplished than her 24 years.
In April 2015, she independently released her debut album, Crimson. It has been met with great success and fans await her highly anticipated EP, to be released this spring.
Kirsten was the winner of the South Florida Folk Festival Singer Songwriter Competition 2016 and the Rhode Island Songwriters Association (RISA) songwriting contest 2015. She has showcased at three of the Regional Folk Alliance conferences (NERFA, SERFA, SWRFA) including the international conference in Kansas City this past February. Kirsten was also recognized for songwriting as a finalist in the Kerrville New Folk songwriting competition in 2016 and was voted a Most Wanted Artist at Falcon Ridge Folk Festival, 2017.
Listen to Kirsten's music on her website.
Ian Foster is an east coast Canadian songwriter who has toured in Canada, the U.S. and Europe since 2007. A multiple East Coast Music Association (ECMA) and MusicNL award nominee, he has released seven albums since 2006 (currently touring 2017’s Sleeper Years) , and has had his music played on radio internationally. A finalist for The International Songwriting Competition (ISC), he has co-written with various artists, including the legendary Canadian folk artist Ron Hynes. Ian's story and character driven lyrics mixed with a modern musical sensibility have been described as “a great example of what a 21st century folk performer should be doing” (CBC Radio).
Listen to Ian's music on his website.