On Friday, Aug. 8, Angel Snow (yes, that’s her real name) will be at The Cooperage, located at 1030 Main Street in Honesdale.
- On Friday, Aug. 8, Angel Snow (yes, that’s her real name) will be at The Cooperage, located at 1030 Main Street in Honesdale.
Doors will open at 7 p.m. and the show will start at 7:30 p.m.
Born in Georgia, Snow took her chances in California and Philadelphia before finding herself in Nashville.
Her story plays out in self-penned songs, where detail by detail she lets the listener in on her innermost thoughts, hopes, and dreams.
Sometimes sorrowful, often hopeful, and always looking toward faith, Snow’s music is nothing if not sincere.
Combine this honesty with sweeping folk melodies and bluesy guitar riffs, and the result is a true reflection on her life.
“If her albums (2007′s Fortune Tellers and her 2012 self-titled release) are any indication of what is in store, she is definitely an artist to watch.” says Pamela’s Punch, a blog for the DC social scene.
With a major boost from acclaimed star Alison Krauss, Snow’s lifelong dreams of being a professional musician came to fruition.
Krauss and her band Union Station recorded three songs written by Snow for the deluxe edition of their latest album.
Snow’s long voyage of faith has lead her to the present, where opportunity appears limitless.
“It’s an amazing feeling,” Snow says of her success thus far. “It’s indescribable. It’s been a hard road, and a lot of hard work, but it’s all been worth it. It’s been a hell of a journey.”
Come see for yourself. The fun begins at 7:30 p.m. This is a BYOB event.
Desserts are available for purchase by Willow River Café. Donations are gratefully accepted.
The Cooperage is operated by The Cooperage Project, a non-profit organization that seeks to build community through arts, education, and good times.
For more information visit www.thecooperageproject.org or call 570 253-2020.