Following its successful “relaunch” in November, Saturday Night in Marblehead will present Sally Rogers and Howie Bursen on Saturday, December 17, at 8 pm at the Church of St. Andrew.
Sally Rogers has toured at least two continents and any number of countries singing and writing songs that touch the heart and the mind, accompanied by guitar and dulcimer. Also a music educator, she has released fifteen recordings, not including collaborative recordings with other artists (such as Evidence of Happiness, with Claudia Schmidt). Howie Bursen is a clawhammer banjo legend. Together, he and Sally add harmonies and a rich instrumental sound to a thoroughly enjoyable evening.
The concert begins at 8 pm; doors will open at 7:30. Tickets, available at the door, are $15. The Church of St. Andrew (www.standrewsmhd.org) is at 135 Lafayette Street (Route 114) in Marblehead, near the Salem line. The church is handicapped accessible.