Wednesday, May 10, 2017
Singer/Songwriter Brings Stellar Voice to Carnegie Library in Carnegie
Morgan Erina has been writing songs since she was 15; her compositions are now upwards of 600. She credits her guitar style to listening to her parents' Bob Dylan, Joan Baez and Joni Mitchell albums.
According to the PG's Scott Mervis, Erina's voice "is the kind of beautiful, haunting instrument...that can quiet a room."
Listen Locally Downstairs takes place in the Andrew Carnegie Free Library and Music Hall's urban hipster Studio space on the third Wednesday of the month. Happy Hour timing, but great music in a relaxed atmosphere is the draw.
Tickets are $10 at the door. Beverages by donation The ACFL&MH is located at 300 Beechwood Ave. in Carnegie.
Check it out, bring friends, then head down to Main Street in Carnegie for dinner.