Award-winning local singer-songwriter Kate MacLeod will give a special songwriting workshop before an April 27 concert at Park City's Riff's Acoustic Music (1205 Ironhorse Drive).
Her concert will be at 8 p.m.., but the workshop will be at 3 p.m.
The concert is part of the Full Moon Concert Series.
The workshop will cost $40, and the concert alone is $20, but if purchased together, you can get both for $50.
Sing Out Magazine has sais that MacLeod "channels the spirit of the great Carter Family classics." Her songs have been covered by artists from California to the Czech Republic in folk, bluegrass, Celtic and most roots-music genres. She is also a member of the equally award-winning chamber-folk ensemble Red Rock Rondo.
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