ARTS Pick: Anthony D’Amato

Anthony D’Amato turns heartbreak into cheery folk on Cold Snap, his rhythmically excellent third album. Photo: Meredith Truax Anthony D’Amato turns heartbreak into cheery folk on Cold Snap, his rhythmically excellent third album. Photo: Meredith Truax

The latest from Americana singer-songwriter Anthony D’Amato, Cold Snap is a far cry from his first release, the album he recorded in his Princeton University dorm room. Cold Snap is a beautiful collection of sophisticated sounds and decisive melodies that channels Simon & Garfunkel and Bruce Springsteen at the same time. He crafts lyrics of heartbreak into music of jubilance, compelling the audience to hang onto every vibrant word.

Tuesday 6/21. $10-12, 8:30pm. The Southern Café and Music Hall, 103 First St. S., Downtown Mall. 977-5590.

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