Tom Chapin & The Chapin Sisters

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In the long rich history of Family Groups in American Roots Music, the Chapin Family has a special place. Grammy Award winning singer-songwriter and guitarist Tom Chapin shares the stage with The Chapin Sisters, the singer-songwriter duo of Tom’s daughters Lily and Abigail. In this rare joint performance the acclaimed family will sing their own original and traditional songs, as well as classics by Tom’s brother, the late Harry Chapin. Both groups will perform music from their new albums, “At The Turning Point” by Tom Chapin and “Ferry Boat” by The Chapin Sisters, released this spring.

The New York Times calls Tom Chapin “one of the great personalities in contemporary folk music.” In a career that spans five decades, 26 albums and three Grammy Awards, Tom has covered an incredible amount of creative ground, maintaining two long and productive parallel musical vocations, both as a respected contemporary folk artist and as a pioneer in the field of children’s music. Tom won the 2018 Best Male Artist Award from the International Acoustic Music Awards.

Making music that The New York Times praises as “tantalizingly close to beauty,” The Chapin Sisters carry on a proud family musical legacy. Since 2005 the sisters have garnered critical acclaim by forging a distinctive musical imprint in which they “wed lilting voices, dynamically complex vocal harmonies, and folk-influenced melodies to dark, wryly sarcastic lyrical content,” notes Amazon.com in an editorial review.

Location: The Congregational Church of Huntington

First Saturday Concerts are held at the Congregational Church of Huntington, 30 Washington Drive, Centerport (at the Eastern border of Huntington, off Route 25A).

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