Charlie Parr Brings Dynamic Roots-Folk to Half Moon
(HUDSON, N.Y.) – Duluth, Minn., singer-songwriter Charlie Parr brings his incredible fingerpicking (12-string and a custom 4-chamber resonator guitar), searing vocals and percussive foot stomps to the Half Moon on Sunday, November 8, at 8:30 pm. Parr’s songs are populated with a list of characters you wouldn’t ordinarily meet: old ladies going to buy “the cheap wine” (“they ain’t no better than the bums”), a woman with “an uncontrollable temper,” and people getting left out of getting the American Dream. While his albums sound like vintage field recordings, his live shows are anything but retro. Deservedly, he’s a cult hero in some circles.