Piper & Carson will host the last of the Meteor’s Unplugged Evenings Series. The Folk Roots American duo from Hamilton remind us of why we go to see live music. Their songwriting is free and fiercely personal and their onstage presence will draw you in the conversation.
Saturday August 24 9pm cover $15
Doors open at 7:30pm
with a special appetizers & desserts menu
Call to reserve your table 705.672.2517
About Piper & Carson
Band members Piper Hayes and Carson Ritcey-Thorpe released in 2017 their first album together. Their work is deeply rooted in intention and both strive to use their platform to forward social change and promote mental health awareness. This duo will make you believe that folk music can change the world. They have been both influenced by the music of Cat Stevens, Nina Simone, The Civil Wars, Alanis Morisette, The Be Good Tanyas, Lhasa, Aaron Neville, Tracy Chapman, Tina Turner, Bob Dylan, Paul Simon.
Born in New York, raised in Toronto, and now residing in Hamilton since 2015, critically acclaimed folk singer, songwriter and social activist Piper Hayes is truly authentic. Nowadays, Hayes performs and writes closely with her partner Carson Ritcey-Thorpe. Carson, raised in Hamilton works on a farm when not performing. He studied Environmental Governance.
To learn more about Piper & Carson visit their web site at www.pipersings.com
To learn more about the artists who have performed at the Meteor over the last 2 years, visit our Unplugged Evenings page.
Thank you to all the performers who have made this venue a very special place.