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Catie Curtis Returns to Westfield

Saturday, March 16, 2013 at 8:00 PM (EDT)

Catie Curtis Returns to Westfield

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Tickets are $27 at the door. Buy your tickets before 3:30 PM (the day of the show) and save!
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Tickets at the door will cost $27 and there's a good chance this show will sell out, To save some money -- and to give our volunteers some peace of mind -- Please get your tickets in advance (here!) before 3:30 PM the day of the show.
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The online box office is now closed, but there are plenty of seats left.  Please join us tonight.


Doors open at 7:30 PM


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 The Coffee With Conscience Concert Series

Proudly presents

Catie Curtis


Proceeds from this show will benefit: The Keith Knost Special Needs Fund


Matt Nakoa will open.


See a video clip or two of Catie performing by clicking HERE!


Have a listen to Catie's music:

Dad's Yard

World Dont Owe Me


About Catie....

In 2006, Catie Curtis and Mark Erelli won the Grand Prize in the International Songwriting Competition for their song 'People Look Around,' a song written in response to the hurricane Katrina disaster! Catie Curtis ( www.catiecurtis.com ) grew up in Saco, Maine. She first became a drummer, but then converted to acoustic guitar. After leaving Saco, she went to Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island. While at college, she became involved in the local coffeehouse circuit. At the same time, Catie worked as a waitress and social worker while continuing to write and perform. She moved to Boston, Massachusetts in the early 1990s, after deciding to make a career out of music. She made a big splash on the Boston music scene and has been going strong ever since.

Catie has yet to break nationally -- but that just means her beautifully delivered songs haven't been watered down by some A&R executives. With a clear, deceptively gentle voice, she can turn on a dime and thrill the listener with unforeseen power and emotion. Intricate acoustic picking sometimes slants its way into jazz territory, recalling Joan Armatrading, and her staunchly feminist messages further the comparison. But Curtis is very much an original, and a refreshing departure from the stale formula offered by many of today's singer/songwriters.

Catie has toured extensively in North America and has been featured at many of the notable festivals – such as Newport, Philadelphia and Kerrville). She has also shared the stage with Mary Chapin Carpenter, Dar Williams, Girlyman and Bonnie Raitt – among others – and played on the final Lilith Fair tour. She won the Best Album Award from the Gay and Lesbian American Music Awards for her self-titled 1997 album. Catie has just released her tenth Album! Over the years, her songs have been featured in Alias, Dawson's Creek, Felicity and Chicago Hope, as well as in several independent films.

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When & Where


1st United Methodist Church
1 East Broad Street
Westfield, NJ 07090

Saturday, March 16, 2013 at 8:00 PM (EDT)


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