A statement from Lori: “15 years ago, I released my album Bittertown, which in more ways than one brought me to my second home, Nashville, where I get to write songs with so many wonderful and talented people. Boston to Bittertown to Nashville you could say.”
To celebrate the album’s 15th anniversary, Lori returns to Cary Memorial Hall with the accompaniment of a full band for a night of heartfelt and honest country.
Support Act Hailey Whitters
“I came to visit Nashville when I was 15 years old. We went backstage at the Grand Ole Opry and I peaked around the curtain. In that moment, I knew country music was going to be my life.” — Hailey Whitters
Ever since, this rising singer-songwriter has been working to make that dream a reality. Hailey Whitters moved to Nashville at age 17 and has celebrated plenty of highs—scoring major cuts as a songwriter, releasing the remarkable debut album Black Sheep, and captivating audiences on the road and in Nashville, playing songwriter rounds and late-night gigs on Broadway. This dedication and talent earned a publishing contract with Carnival Music, which she still calls home today.