‘Vagabond Songwriter’ to perform in Moab Aug. 15
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Independent singer-songwriter Carinne Carpenter will perform Thursday, Aug. 15, at Eddie McStiff’s, from 7 to 10 p.m.
Independent singer-songwriter Carinne Carpenter will perform Thursday, Aug. 15, at Eddie McStiff’s, from 7 to 10 p.m.
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Carinne Carpenter, an independent singer-songwriter, guitarist, and composer, will perform Thursday, Aug. 15, at Eddie McStiff’s, 57 S. Main St., from 7 to 10 p.m. There is no cover charge for the event.

Currently based in Denver, the performance will mark Carpenter’s first trip to Moab, she said.

Carpenter says she “drives relentlessly to keep the information and experiences current in her songwriting; blending soul, melody, and simplicity seamlessly allowing the songs to tell their side of the story.”

Originally from Dearborn, Mich., Carpenter says she gained a multitude of soulful musical influences early in life. She soon set out on an unconventional musical journey traveling from state to state and town to town performing, writing, and “learning life on the road.”

She has penned more than 160 songs and performs her brand of all-original acoustic roots music.

Carpenter is touring to celebrate the release of her debut video online, “Carinne Carpenter: Vagabond Songwriter.” The video can be viewed at: www.youtube.com/watch?v=TVCisThkzgE. 

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