PICK: Writing a Song that Matters

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Writer’s treat: Have some hot licks that need lyrics? Feeling all the feels but can’t articulate them in a song?  With hundreds of credits on dozens of albums, folk singer-songwriter Dar Williams knows a thing or two about penning a tune. In the virtual workshop Writing a Song that Matters, Williams offers insights from the perspective of “one of America’s very best singer-songwriters,” as noted by The New Yorker.

Monday 10/12, $100, 7pm. frontporchcville.org.

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