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Check-in: 3:00 PM Check-out: 11:00 AM

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Terry Kitchen, Chris LaVancher, Amy Kucharik at Somerville Armory Cafe Saturday November 6

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The concert will feature a solo set by each artist, followed by a round robin song swap. The show begins at 7:30 pm, and there is a suggested donation of $10. The Armory Cafe is at 191 Highland Avenue, Somerville. For more information call 617-718-2191 or visit artsatthearmory.org/cafe or www.facebook.com/SomervilleSongwriterSessions. Performer details below.\ \ Somerville Songwriter Sessions at the Armory Cafe presents contemporary folk singer/songwriters in concert, on the first Saturday of each month. The Armory Cafe features live music in an intimate setting, a menu featuring sandwiches, soups, desserts and coffees, and plenty of free parking. Please note that all guests will be required to show proof of covid vaccination (or a negative covid test 24-72 hours before the event) and that all attendees are required to wear a mask except while eating or drinking. Our 11/6 performers:\ \ Called \"one of New England\'s best songwriters\" by The Boston Globe, Terry Kitchen creates songs that are portraits of ordinary people and emotions, captured with extraordinary compassion, honesty and humor. He\'s been performing on folk stages across the country since the 1990s, releasing a dozen albums filled with literate musical storytelling, supple guitar playing and distinctive, intimate vocals. His 2020 CD Next Time We Meet reached #5 on the national Folk-DJ chart, and his songs have won the Mid-Atlantic and USA Song Contests and been runner-up in the John Lennon Song Contest. In the 1980s he was the leader of the groundbreaking Boston band Loose Ties, whose experiences he recounts in his novel Next Big Thing, called \"a great debut novel\" by The San Francisco Book Review. He also published a short story collection, Coping Mechanisms, in 2020. More on Terry at terrykitchen.com.\ \ Chris LaVancher releases his third full-length album in November 2021: After The Flood, a collection of songs full of heart from a seasoned and skilled craftsman mining life\'s subject matter - fa