September 21 6:30pm-8:30pm
Come see this independent folk singer/songwriter in her debut performance during our dinner hour at The Source Public House! With strong, expressive vocals and energetic instrumentation, Kendra Swanson applies a timeless sound to original compositions written from (and about) the American heartland. It has been described as "soulful," "homey," "sincere," and "heartfelt," delivered with a passionate voice that cuts through the loudest of bars (and the hardest of hearts). A multi-instrumentalist, Kendra writes most of her music on guitar and banjo, but performs as fiddler and violist with several local bands. As a soloist, she has shared bills with the likes of Charlie Parr, Ralph Stanley, The Waydown Wanderers, The Howlin' Brothers, Danny Barnes, the Quebe Sisters, and The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band.