New York based singer-songwriter Brian Dunne claims his biggest musical influences are Bruce Springsteen, Ryan Adams, Tom Waits, Bob Dylan and The Beatles, and while influenced by these music giants, his sound is all his own. Emerging talent Kate Rhudy is rising up out of the North Carolina music scene. On Saturday, Nov. 2, these two singer-songwriters arrive in Maine to perform at the Opera House in Boothbay Harbor.
Brian most recently took to the Opera House stage as the special guest during Joan Osborne’s concert and has performed at the Opera House on guitar and piano alongside Liz Longley and “looks forward to returning to the Opera House on this tour with Kate Rhudy.” To listen to Brian Dunne visit briandunnemusic.net and to hear Kate Rhudy visit katerhudy.com
Advance discounted tickets are currently on sale at the box office at 86 Townsend Avenue or by calling 633-5159. Advance tickets are $15. Regular tickets are $20 and available online at boothbayoperashouse.com and on the day of the concert. Doors for seating open at 7 p.m., the performance begins at 7:30.
Additional early November shows include the U.S. Navy’s Commodores out of Washington, D.C. on Nov. 7. Free tickets are available through the box office. The November calendar also includes a concert by Maine native Patty Griffin and Rose Cousins on Saturday, Nov. 9.