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First Parish in Milton  -   535 Canton Avenue   -   Milton, MA 02186   -   617.698.6329   -   www.fpmilton.org
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First Parish in Milton  -   535 Canton Avenue   -   Milton, MA 02186   -   617.698.6329   -   www.fpmilton.org
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OUr only show this year is
Sunday, April 10th at 7pm
featuring
Caleb Hawley
with Rachel Platten

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About Caleb
On paper, Caleb Hawley’s resume reads as the standard Who’s Who for up-and-coming songwriters. Then you hear him sing, and you realize there is only one word needed to describe this artist: Extraordinary.

From his ability to write intricate lyrics with cutting-edge chords to his lightening fast licks and ear for taste and style, there is absolutely nothing average about this shaggy-haired, blue-eyed, multi-faceted musician. Receiving top honors in the prestigious New York Songwriters Circle Contest (2008 and 2009), the John Lennon Songwriting Contest (2009), the Telluride Festival (2010) and the Falcon Ridge Folk Festival (2010), Hawley is as aggressive as he is perseverant in advancing his art and impressing audiences with his unique and catchy approach to music.

read on at calebhawley.com

About Rachel
Beautiful, but not brazen. Passionate, but never preachy. Populist, but definitely not prosaic. New York City singer-songwriter, pianist and beatboxer Rachel Platten is by no means your average headliner-in-the-making. Her Rock Ridge Music debut, Be Here, is a bewitching collection of 10 wise-beyond-their-years piano-driven pop songs that echo elements of Alanis Morissette, Carole King, Tori Amos and Regina Spektor, while retaining a singular sense of self that is rarely found in such a young performer. read on at rachelplatten.com

Admission is $10 and proceeds benefit the Milton Food Pantry