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Molly Tuttle • Annalisa Tornfelt & The Tornfelt Sisters
Oct 17, 2018 at 8:00 PM
Minors OK when accompanied by a parent or guardian
Doors open at 7:00

$18 Advance
$22 At the Door

A virtuoso multi-instrumentalist and award winning songwriter with a distinctive voice, Molly Tuttle has turned the heads of even the most seasoned industry professionals. Her lovely voice, impeccable guitar playing, and sensitive song writing make her a star on the rise.

Along with her talented sisters singing harmony, Annalisa Tornfelt presents original folk and vintage country music that will carry you away.
Ticket sales ended Oct 17, 2018 7:00 PM. Additional tickets may be available at the box office.
Molly Tuttle | 8:00 PM
In September 2017, Tuttle was recognized as the 2017 Guitar Player of the Year by the International Bluegrass Music Association (IBMA), becoming the first woman to receive this honor in the history of the organization. In February 2018, Tuttle’s song “You Didn’t Call My Name” was awarded Song of the Year at the International Folk Music Awards by Folk Alliance International.

She has toured extensively and has been featured on many prominent festivals including Rocky Grass Festival, Wintergrass Festival, and many others, and received a 2016 IBMA Momentum Award as Instrumentalist, singling her out as one to watch in the genre. 2017 has seen even more growth, with the release of Tuttle’s solo debut EP, Rise, debuting at #2 on the Billboard Bluegrass chart and garnering prominent features for Tuttle in Premier Guitar Magazine, Guitar Player Magazine, and NPR Music. more >>>
Annalisa Tornfelt is an exceptional singer, songwriter, fiddler and guitarist. The eldest in a large musical family, she grew up in Anchorage, AK raised on classical music, Disney, and Chuck Mangione’s Children of Sanchez. After performing extensively with the Alaska based bluegrass band, Bearfoot, Annalisa came to Portland where she established herself as a solo artist and a member of Black Prairie. A multi instrumentalists, Annalisa also plays the nyckelharpa (a Swedish harp given to her by Peter Buck) and the stroh, an instrument the looks like the unlikely offspring of a violin and trumpet. She periodically returns to her roots performing with her family group, The Tornfelt Sisters, with Emily Dalsfoist and Kjirsten Tornfelt. more >>>