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  • Ripley Presents: Late Night Thoughts Folk/Indie-Pop duo: Michael Harlow and Brian Rauch

    Friday, November 4, 2022, 7:30 p.m.
    Live and Livestreamed

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    Live in-person and live streamed from the stunning Ripley Chapel at First Congregational Church, Winchester. Please join us for an inventive and dynamic evening of indie-pop, singer-songwriter stylings featuring “Late Night Thoughts,” an exciting, collaborative duo.

    Late Night Thoughts is the folk-pop duo of Brian Rauch (vocals, writer) and Michael Harlow (vocals, guitar, writer). Together, the young, grounded artists share their musically intuitive minds to create an emotional ride characterized by earnest lyrics and intricate harmonies/vocal textures.

    The duo like to describe their unique sound as “home-grown pop;” they forged a friendship while classmates at Brandeis University and shared a love for songwriting as they realized their keen ability to find optimism amidst personal growth. Their music is marked by warm, thick vocal harmonies, mixed with groovy acoustic guitar strumming and sincere lyrics. The duo has amassed over three million streams for their first two EPs.

    Since graduating, Michael and Brian relocated to NYC where they have performed at various venues including Rockwood Music Hall, The Delancey, Mercury Lounge and The Well. In December 2021, the duo released their newest EP, “Bridges and Tunnels,” a five-track recording, which will “take you on a journey through what life has been like for us as young adults trying to live out our dreams while struggling with our fears and holding on to love.”

    From Christine McAleer, NYS.com, December 2021:

    “Late Night Thoughts’ true secret sauce lies in their vulnerable songwriting. Yes, their songs will make you burst out in dance and sing your heart out, but when taking a closer listen one might be amazed at what and how LNT is able to describe the many journeys we take in life.”

    Concert tickets are $20 – both live and livestreamed.
    Purchase Tickets Here

    For more information, please contact Jane Ring Frank, Minister of the Arts at 857-919-0983.