2019

February 16, 2019

The Non-Domestiks

The Non-Domestiks return to their favorite home away from home. Rosalba and Katrina are two multi-instrumentalists that bring a unique blend of harmonies, keyboard, guitar, bass, percussion and woodwinds to their live performance of original music and covers. Their music consists of many different influences and styles from simple pop to rock and lite jazz with a little of something for everyone!

Learn more about The Non-Domestiks here.

February 23, 2019

The Wellfleet WomYn

The Wellfleet Womyn is a native of Cape Cod. She has been writing and performing music throughout the United States, Canada and Costa Rica. She has recorded four albums and is in the studio with her newest CD. She has been featured on television as well as radio.
The Wellfleet Womyn is often described as a quiet woman but explodes with power as she captivates audiences with her gift for writing. She opens the hearts of all who hear her. It is apparent only seconds into her recording “Places of the Heart” that a new journey has begun and a passion has taken hold of each song on her twelve track project of original folk music with a hint of rock. She has been heard internationally on various radio stations in New Zeland, England and Costa Rica.

The Wellfleet Womyn is a frequent Highlands Inn performer and brings joy to the house whenever she is here.

March 2, 2019

Karen Grenier

Singer/songwriter Karen Grenier continues to impress and inspire fans old and new with her soulful voice and crafty melodies. With songs that
express common threads that connects us all, Karen’s performances weave together a melodic and lyrical tapestry of celebration, gratitude, love, loss and longing. Currently writing songs for a new CD, Karen’s Highlands Inn performance will feature some brand new material along with many favorites!

Most recently Karen’s music has been featured on the LGBT documentary “Driving Equality Across America” by Massachusetts filmmaker and activist Christopher Mason (www.drivingequality.com) Karen performs regularly throughout Northeast including Provincetown, Asbury Park, Rehoboth Beach, Philadelphia and throughout New England.

Learn more information about Karen Grenier here.

March 16, 2019

Lynn Deeves

Maine singer-songwriter and Highlands Inn regular, Lynn Deeves honed her musical/performance chops as a “chick-singah” on the New England top-40, rock circuit in the 1980’s-1990’s. She has since released 4 independent CD’s and shared stages with Cheryl Wheeler, Janis Ian, Ferron, Chris Williamson, Tret Fure, Catie Curtis, Suede, disappear fear and many others.

Learn more about Lynn Deeves here.

April 6, 2019

Emily Nyman

With her unique style, poetic lyrics, soothing vocals, and expressive guitar, Emily Nyman’s performance is a real treat. An eclectic mix of tunes, including singer-songwriter, folk, and classic rock, with a sprinkling of blues, country and old standards, Emily’s performance is sure to please audiences of all musical tastes. She connects with her audience in an intimate way, inviting listeners to experience the emotions behind her originals and reminisce to familiar tunes.

Learn more about Emily Nyman here.

April 13, 2019

Emily White

Independent folk-rock touring singer/songwriter Emily White has been described as standing out “conspicuously from the pack…with her hushed, preternaturally haunting vocal delivery (and bewitching sense of indie-rock-informed melody” (Connect Savannah). She has released four albums to date, the most recent being the Kai Welch-produced LP “Staking Flags in the Valley.” In creating her show, she “adds an infusion of humor, audibly diverse musical influences and a truly singular sound that may leave even the most severe folk cynics entertained.” (Asheville Citizen-Times) She is based out of Chicago, but travels regularly throughout the US, captivating crowds with her unique voice and favorite Martin guitar, bringing her Southern roots and Midwestern charm to each city she visits.

Learn more about Emily White here.

May 11, 2019

Ellen Carlson

A multi-faceted musician, Ellen Carlson, is known for her energetic fiddling—whether performing bluegrass, rock, country, swing or Irish. Bluegrass Unlimited Magazine called her “an exceptionally talented musician” and gave her a coveted highlight review for her solo album.  Ellen is a smooth, creative and solid as a rock player who can be heard with her own bands High Range and Honest Millie as well as a comfortable sit in with many other groups. She will be singing the blues, country and swing, accompanying herself on guitar and fiddling up a storm.

To learn more about Ellen, click here, and here, and also here.

 

May 25, 2019

The Wellfleet WomYn

The Wellfleet Womyn is a native of Cape Cod. She has been writing and performing music throughout the United States, Canada and Costa Rica. She has recorded four albums and is in the studio with her newest CD. She has been featured on television as well as radio.
The Wellfleet Womyn is often described as a quiet woman but explodes with power as she captivates audiences with her gift for writing. She opens the hearts of all who hear her. It is apparent only seconds into her recording “Places of the Heart” that a new journey has begun and a passion has taken hold of each song on her twelve track project of original folk music with a hint of rock. She has been heard internationally on various radio stations in New Zeland, England and Costa Rica.

The Wellfleet Womyn is a frequent Highlands Inn performer and brings joy to the house whenever she is here.

June 1, 2019

Tammy Laforest

Tammy Laforest is a singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist born and raised in Rhode Island. She has been nominated for several local awards, her band, the Dust Ruffles, winning the Breakthrough Act Award during the Limelight Awards in 2015. She released her solo album called Copper in June of 2014. From alternative pop, to retro rock, to haunting waltzes, don’t miss the pure essence of natural talent, visual and aural beauty in her live performances.

Learn more about Tammy Laforest here, and visit her Facebook page here.

June 15, 2019

Antara: "Not Nuns and a Bad Habit"

Antara returns with her friends as Not Nuns and a Bad Habit. She joins Jeanne Chappel and Suzy Harris for fun, familiar songs with guitars and percussion.

Learn more about Antara here, and the nuns here.

June 29, 2019

Sister Funk Trio

Hot original music delivered with power, energy and sass; that’s what Sister Funk guarantees in every performance. Sister Funk is being recognized for their 10+ yr accomplishments in music and is being inducted into the Women’s Hall Of Fame in Seneca NY.

For more information about The Sister Funk Trio, click here.

July 6, 2019

Jenica Rayne

Jenica Rayne is a passionate songwriter, accomplished guitarist and seasoned performer. She is a story teller who draws her audience in with lyric driven songs that speak from the heart.
“Jenica’s voice and songs are uniquely her own… her work speaks deeply to our human condition” ~Chris Williamson

Learn more about Jenica Rayne here.

July 13, 2019

Bettenroo

Anne Davey and Lori Jacobs flawlessly blend vocals with skilled acoustic guitar and electric bass instrumentation. They call Rehoboth Beach, Delaware home but play wherever their music takes them. Performing mostly from New England to Florida, they have been featured several times on Freeman Stage (a host to many national acts like Alison Kraus, Indigo Girls, Melissa Etheridge, etc), Milton Theatre, CAMP Rehoboth, WBOC’s Delmarva Life, Camp Out Virginia, various other festivals, podcasts and high profile events. Audiences can’t help but become an integral part of Anne and Lori’s passionate musical delivery. Bettenroo invites you to connect with them through sound and senses as they share their originals from their CD release, Live Out Loud, and covers from influential artists – current through the past five decades. Singing along is encouraged!!

Note of interest: Twenty years ago Lori had convinced Grace, The Highlands Inn’s original owner, to give live music a try. Lori’s original duo back then, Backflipannie, kicked off the beginning of the music series that continues today. Happy 20th Anniversary to The Highlands Inn’s music series!!

Learn more about Bettenroo here.

 

July 27, 2019

Christine Havrilla

Philadelphia native Christine Havrilla brings her “well-built, catchy, smart tunes” (Upstage Magazine) to audiences all over the U.S.! Christine utilizes the soft gritty texture of her vocals to express warmth and honesty listeners quickly embrace as well as her aggressive, raw, trash-style guitar playing. Mike “Jacobs” McKenna of Steel Notes Magazine states, “This CD (Vol. 2- The Sunset Sessions) just defies description. It is hot, tight, precise and just plain kicks ass!”

Named “One of the Top Ten Indie Artists” by The Advocate Magazine, The Washington Post writes, “(Havrilla’s) songs are intelligent and moving, the arrangements are incisive and colorful, and, best of all, Havrilla consistently comes across as a confident and seasoned performer.” Christine was nominated for About.com’s 2013 Reader’s Choice Awards, awarded the 2010 Garden State Film Festival’s “Best Contemporary Country Song” for “Blinders”, and is called “…raw, simple, wonderful!” by Curve Magazine. Michaela Majoun at 88.5 WXPN applauds her “terrific, big sound”, while Philadelphia Magazine states, “She rocks!”

Learn more about Christine Havrilla here.

August 3, 2019

Violet Willows

Violet Willows is a Connecticut based duo featuring Brianne Chasanoff (piano, lead vocals), and Mary Gardner (percussion, guitar, bass, vocals).  Brianne and Mary’s musical talents blend and harmonize seamlessly, speaking to the listener intimately through their sensitivity and depth of emotional expression. Past performances include Infinity Hall (Norfolk, CT), Falcon Ridge Folk Festival (Emerging Artists Showcase), Merryall Center for the Arts (New Milford, CT), Voices Cafe (Westport, CT), The Mews (Provincetown, MA), and Tin Pan Alley (Provincetown, MA). Although their sound is unique, they have been compared to Sarah McLachlan, Joni Mitchell, and Indigo Girls. Violet Willows will take you on a journey and make you laugh, cry, sing-along, and reminisce. You may even win some prizes!

 

Learn more about Violet Willows  here.

August 17, 2019

Ruth Hill

“Ruth’s ability to empathize with the characters in her songs is extraordinary. Her songs are amazing!  I love her delivery, her guitar playing and her intensity.”

                                                                             — Catie Curtis

Folksinger/songwriter Ruth Hill is a musical storyteller inspired by the gritty joy of growing up in a large, working-class New England family. Her wandering spirit has taken her from Antarctica to Bhutan to Alaska with warmer stops in between. She writes songs about real people, real events and her reflections on the sweetness and sorrow of the world around her.

Ruth has studied songwriting with many wonderful songwriters including, Emily Saliers (Indigo Girls), Mary Gauthier, Catie Curtis, Kate Cambell, and Grammy award-winning songwriters Don Henry and Gretchen Peters.

Ruth was the Grand Prize Winner of the 2017 Great American Song Contest. She also won first prize at the Maine Songwriter’s Association song contest in 2016. Ruth’s 2nd CD, Reunion Of Broken Parts, was released in the fall of 2017 and was on the Folk DJ charts for Jan, Feb, and Mar of 2018!

You can find out more about Ruth and her music here.

August 24, 2019

Antara: "Not Nuns and a Bad Habit"

Antara returns with her friends as Not Nuns and a Bad Habit. She joins Jeanne Chappel and Suzy Harris for fun, familiar songs with guitars and percussion.

Learn more about Antara here, and the nuns here.

August 31, 2019

Gayle Picard

G.S. Picard bridges the gap between folk and rock, equally at home with a fingerstyle ballad or rhythm driven bootstomper. Her original tunes run the gamut of content and emotion. She has released four CDs and is currently in the studio working on her fifth. She has opened for a variety of artists, including Patty Larkin and Cheryl Wheeler. In addition to her solo work, she also regularly plays the central Massachusetts club circuit with her cover band, Retro Stew, and as a duo with longtime collaborator Ed Morgan in Catch 23. Her energy, wit, and powerful delivery make for an entertaining evening full of great tunes, stories and a surprise or two.

Learn more about Gayle Picard here
and here.

 

September 21, 2019

Colby Sage Duo

Michelle Saylors was born just outside of Nashville and grew up with a wide range of musical influences from bluegrass gospel to classic rock. She credits Kim Richey as her most influential artist and writer. Michelle has been actively performing in New England as well as Tennessee for the past 20 years. Her sound has been described as a “sweet and lifting” blend country and folk-pop-country-blues. Her original songs are described as “bright, catchy with beautiful imagery, soothing guitar and great arrangements.…” Newport This Week.

Michelle is joined by Colleen Sheridan who has sang most of her life but just recently began singing with Michelle. Her musical influences range from Motown to Country. She sings and adds light hand percussion. Together they have formed their duo called Colby Sage. They will be performing familiar sing-along covers as well as original music.

Learn more about Colby Sage Duo here.

2018

January 20, 2018

Tammy & Jeana

Singer-songwriters Tammy Laforest and Jeana Marie come together in this emerging Providence based acoustic duo known as Tammy & Jeana. The couple performs upbeat familiar pop songs ranging from folk, classic rock, R&B, and more. Matched with their original love songs and witty stage banter, the pair continues to connect and enchant diverse audiences all over New England. Since meeting and forming the group in 2016, the duo has been featured at a number of LGBT focused regional events including Rhode Island Pride, The Goddess Show (an annual music festival celebrating women in the arts), and Bar Harbor Pride. With Tammy’s award winning and powerfully expressive vocals and Jeana’s seasoned and unique guitar stylings, the couple puts on a smooth listening and harmonic performance.

Learn more about Tammy & Jeana here.

 

 

February 3, 2018

LA Wood

LA WOOD, 2013 WINNER MALIBU MUSIC AWARDS BEST FEMALE POP ARTIST learned the basics of music on piano in second grade and shortly thereafter, the 4 string guitar from a flea market, to the rhythms and tunings of 6 and 12 String guitar. Influenced primarily by Joni Mitchell and Leo Kottke, she also became an accomplished Latin Percussionist after a brief collaboration with Brazil 66 in NYC. She studied Vocal Jazz at UMASS Amherst and music at Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs, NY where she began her professional music career.

She has been a studio musician for Indie and award winning Folk records and has accompanied and collaborated with numerous musicians across the USA and in Europe. In Boston, she won an Acoustic Underground Artist award for her Latin inspired trio. After recording her self-produced acclaimed CD retitled “I AM YOUR LOVER”, she was hired as a regular Beach Bar Entertainer at The Pier House Resort and the Blue Heaven Restaurant in Key West, Florida a starting place for Jimmy Buffet. There she learned Harmonica and wrote and arranged over 200 cover songs.

She coined her sound “Conch Rock” and soon earned recognition as a popular tourist attraction that caught the eye of Malibu Music Festival and Awards Producers in Malibu, California where she won the award for Best Pop Female Artist. She loves all forms of Roots Rock, Jazz, Reggae and Classic Pop Artists such as Sarah Vaughan, Annie Lennox, Van Morrison, the Beach Boys, the Indigo Girls and Reggae Masters Bob Marley, and Jimmy Cliff.

Learn more about LA Wood here.

February 17, 2018

Christine Havrilla

Philadelphia native Christine Havrilla brings her “well-built, catchy, smart tunes” (Upstage Magazine) to audiences all over the U.S.! Christine utilizes the soft gritty texture of her vocals to express warmth and honesty listeners quickly embrace as well as her aggressive, raw, trash-style guitar playing. Mike “Jacobs” McKenna of Steel Notes Magazine states, “This CD (Vol. 2- The Sunset Sessions) just defies description. It is hot, tight, precise and just plain kicks ass!”

Named “One of the Top Ten Indie Artists” by The Advocate Magazine, The Washington Post writes, “(Havrilla’s) songs are intelligent and moving, the arrangements are incisive and colorful, and, best of all, Havrilla consistently comes across as a confident and seasoned performer.” Christine was nominated for About.com’s 2013 Reader’s Choice Awards, awarded the 2010 Garden State Film Festival’s “Best Contemporary Country Song” for “Blinders”, and is called “…raw, simple, wonderful!” by Curve Magazine. Michaela Majoun at 88.5 WXPN applauds her “terrific, big sound”, while Philadelphia Magazine states, “She rocks!”

Learn more about Christine Havrilla here.

March 3, 2018

Lynn Deeves

Maine singer-songwriter and Highlands Inn regular, Lynn Deeves honed her musical/performance chops as a “chick-singah” on the New England top-40, rock circuit in the 1980’s-1990’s. She has since released 4 independent CD’s and shared stages with Cheryl Wheeler, Janis Ian, Ferron, Chris Williamson, Tret Fure, Catie Curtis, Suede, disappear fear and many others.

Learn more about Lynn Deeves here.

March 17, 2018

Antara

Whether busy conjuring variations of rhythm folk poetry in song lyrics or exploring the percussive-like dynamics of her trademark guitar riffs, independent folk songstress Antara continues to establish herself as a ‘new’ folk artist who is expanding the forefront of women’s music and the independent folk movement.

Learn more about Antara here.

April 21, 2018

Karen Grenier

Singer/songwriter Karen Grenier continues to impress and inspire fans old and new with her soulful voice and crafty melodies. With songs that
express common threads that connects us all, Karen’s performances weave together a melodic and lyrical tapestry of celebration, gratitude, love, loss and longing. Currently writing songs for a new CD, Karen’s Highlands Inn performance will feature some brand new material along with many favorites!

Most recently Karen’s music has been featured on the LGBT documentary “Driving Equality Across America” by Massachusetts filmmaker and activist Christopher Mason (www.drivingequality.com) Karen performs regularly throughout Northeast including Provincetown, Asbury Park, Rehoboth Beach, Philadelphia and throughout New England.

Learn more information about Karen Grenier here.

May 12, 2018

Emily Nyman

With her unique style, poetic lyrics, soothing vocals, and expressive guitar, Emily Nyman’s performance is a real treat. An eclectic mix of tunes, including singer-songwriter, folk, and classic rock, with a sprinkling of blues, country and old standards, Emily’s performance is sure to please audiences of all musical tastes. She connects with her audience in an intimate way, inviting listeners to experience the emotions behind her originals and reminisce to familiar tunes.

Learn more information about Emily Nyman here.

May 26, 2018

The Wellfleet WomYn

The Wellfleet Womyn is a native of Cape Cod. She has been writing and performing music throughout the United States, Canada and Costa Rica. She has recorded four albums and is in the studio with her newest CD. She has been featured on television as well as radio.
The Wellfleet Womyn is often described as a quiet woman but explodes with power as she captivates audiences with her gift for writing. She opens the hearts of all who hear her. It is apparent only seconds into her recording “Places of the Heart” that a new journey has begun and a passion has taken hold of each song on her twelve track project of original folk music with a hint of rock. She has been heard internationally on various radio stations in New Zeland, England and Costa Rica.

The Wellfleet Womyn is a frequent Highlands Inn performer and brings joy to the house whenever she is here.

July 28, 2018

Antara

Whether busy conjuring variations of rhythm folk poetry in song lyrics or exploring the percussive-like dynamics of her trademark guitar riffs, independent folk songstress Antara continues to establish herself as a ‘new’ folk artist who is expanding the forefront of women’s music and the independent folk movement.

Read more about Antara here.

August 11, 2018

Brianne Chasanoff

Brianne and Mary’s musical talents blend and harmonize perfectly, speaking to the listener intimately through their sensitivity and depth of emotional expression. Brianne began performing with Mary in 2013 at her second cd release party. They have been performing ever since at various venue’s including Infinity Hall (Norfolk, CT), Falcon Ridge Folk Festival (Emerging Artists Showcase), Merryall Center for the Arts (New Milford, CT), and the The Mews (Provincetown, MA). Their influences are evident in their sound. You may hear some traces of Sarah Mclachlan, Joni Mitchell, Indigo Girls, and Beatles.

Brianne Chasanoff (Singer/Songwriter) is a classically trained vocalist and pianist, with a Bachelor’s of Science in Music Education concentrating in Voice and Piano and a Master’s Degree in Studio Composition. She performs various styles of music from Broadway and classical to pop. Her vast experience and love for all styles of music shine through in her songwriting compositions reaching listeners of all ages and tastes. Brianne has released two albums which can be purchased on CDBaby.com and ITunes and have been aired on various local radio stations as well Pandora Internet Radio.

Mary Gardner is a multi-instrumentalist that specializes in percussion and world music. She has received acclaim for her fluency in a wide variety of styles from contemporary music to traditional Irish to Brazilian folk tunes, having traveled and studied abroad in Ireland and London. Her performances include many notable world venues. Mary received her Bachelor¹s degree in Music Education and Performance and her Masters Degree in Percussion Performance.

Learn more about Brianne Chasanoff  here.

August 25, 2018

Mama's Black Sheep

Mama’s Black Sheep is the soulful collaboration of singer-songwriters Ashland Miller (guitar/vocals) and Laura Cerulli (drums/vocals). Together, this duo creates a blend of hit worthy originals and covers with a unique spin. Each song allows you to travel with time, whether you’re swinging to Country, Rocking to Pop, Grooving to Soul, or swaying to the Blues; there’s always something to move your body and stir your soul!

Touring together since 2008, Miller & Cerulli (veterans of the singer-songwriter circuit), will make you feel like every aspect of their journey is in Real-Time. Creating a sound all of their own, Mama’s Black Sheep is driven by Miller’s versatile guitar grooves, Cerulli’s innovative percussion, and two voices that blend like honey & whiskey in perfect harmonious balance. These ladies rock to their own beat, sharing songs of life and love, and empowering the listener to live boldly beyond the barriers.

For more information about Mama’s Black Sheep, click here.

September 15, 2018

Kate & CJ

Kate and CJ met 20 years ago, spent 10 years traveling, performing and recording music “all over this land”, including many times at Highlands Inn. They’ve shared the stage with tremendous performers but sharing the joy with a beautiful group of friends, new and old, in a beautiful place, is what they do most happily! Both have a deep reverence for a finely crafted song – you’ll hear classics in many genres, originals and perhaps an obscure gem. You will find yourself singing along, playing along, humming, tapping, laughing, smiling, dreaming – sometimes all at once!

Learn more about Kate & CJ here.

September 29, 2018

Jamie Anderson

Singer-songwriter-parking lot attendant Jamie Anderson has played her songs in hundreds of venues including women’s music festivals, pride events and colleges.

Learn more about Jamie Anderson here.

October 6, 2018

The Non-Domestiks

The Non-Domestiks return to their favorite home away from home. Rosalba and Katrina are two multi-instrumentalists that bring a unique blend of harmonies, keyboard, guitar, bass, percussion and woodwinds to their live performance of original music and covers. Their music consists of many different influences and styles from simple pop to rock and lite jazz with a little of something for everyone!

Learn more about The Non-Domestiks here.

October 13, 2018

Jenica Rayne

Jenica Rayne is a passionate songwriter, accomplished guitarist and seasoned performer. She is a story teller who draws her audience in with lyric driven songs that speak from the heart.
“Jenica’s voice and songs are uniquely her own… her work speaks deeply to our human condition” ~Chris Williamson

Learn more about Jenica Rayne here.

October 20, 2018

Elizabeth Lorrey

Elizabeth Lorrey crafts a dark blend of edgy, intense acoustic rock. At once deeply personal and painfully universal, Lorrey’s lyrics will stay with you long after the last note fades away. And while her polished, professional recordings are mesmerizing, her live shows have made her a local favorite with a growing fan base in the northeast. She has also opened for Amy Ray.

Learn more about Elizabeth Lorrey here.

November 3, 2018

Antara: "Not Nuns and a Bad Habit"

Antara returns with her friends as Not Nuns and a Bad Habit. She joins Jeanne Chappel and Suzy Harris for fun, familiar songs with guitars and percussion.

Learn more about Antara here, and the nuns here.

November 24, 2018

Emily Nyman

With her unique style, poetic lyrics, soothing vocals, and expressive guitar, Emily Nyman’s performance is a real treat. An eclectic mix of tunes, including singer-songwriter, folk, and classic rock, with a sprinkling of blues, country and old standards, Emily’s performance is sure to please audiences of all musical tastes. She connects with her audience in an intimate way, inviting listeners to experience the emotions behind her originals and reminisce to familiar tunes.

Learn more about Emily Nyman here.

December 1, 2018

Sister Funk Trio

Hot original music delivered with power, energy and sass; that’s what Sister Funk guarantees in every performance. Sister Funk is being recognized for their 10+ yr accomplishments in music and is being inducted into the Women’s Hall Of Fame in Seneca NY.

For more information about The Sister Funk Trio, click here.

December 15, 2018

Christine Havrilla

“Neofunkadlicfolkpoptwangrock”

Philadelphia native Christine Havrilla brings her “well-built, catchy, smart tunes” (Upstage Magazine) to audiences all over the U.S.! Christine utilizes the soft gritty texture of her vocals to express warmth and honesty listeners quickly embrace as well as her aggressive, raw, trash-style guitar playing. Mike “Jacobs” McKenna of Steel Notes Magazine states, “This CD (Vol. 2- The Sunset Sessions) just defies description. It is hot, tight, precise and just plain kicks ass!”

Named “One of the Top Ten Indie Artists” by The Advocate Magazine, The Washington Post writes, “(Havrilla’s) songs are intelligent and moving, the arrangements are incisive and colorful, and, best of all, Havrilla consistently comes across as a confident and seasoned performer.” Christine was nominated for About.com’s 2013 Reader’s Choice Awards, awarded the 2010 Garden State Film Festival’s “Best Contemporary Country Song” for “Blinders”, and is called “…raw, simple, wonderful!” by Curve Magazine. Michaela Majoun at 88.5 WXPN applauds her “terrific, big sound”, while Philadelphia Magazine states, “She rocks!”

Learn more about Christine Havrilla here.


Other artists who have performed at The Highlands Inn, include:

Alix Dobkin

SONiA

Kym Berry

Hannah & Maggie

Brief Awakening

Carrie Ferguson

Erika Kulnys

Lizzy Pitch

Bethel Steele

Lauren Bateman

3girlzband

Chrissy Budzinski