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Hank Wonder returns to Ripley Chapel on April 27

The Boston-based trio of Annie Bartlett, Darren Buck and Michael Loria, known as Hank Wonder, first came together in 2013. COURTESY PHOTO/RIPLEY CHAPEL

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The following was submitted by Ripley Chapel:

On Saturday, April 27, Ripley Chapel is pleased to welcome back Hank Wonder – a dynamic trio of musicians who return with their special blend of songcraft and music making, beginning at 7:30 p.m. at First Congregational Church, 21 Church St.

Somewhere on the musical map, where the twang of Classic Country meets the grit of Southern Soul, Hank Wonder marks a detour down a sonic stretch of unpaved road. The Boston-based trio of Annie Bartlett (fiddle and viola), Darren Buck (vocals), and Michael Loria (guitar) first came together in 2013 and have since crafted their very own soulful blend of Americana: equal parts down home and gussied up.

In November 2016, the band recorded its debut album with producer and multi-instrumentalist Charlie Rose (Elephant Revival, Barnstar). “Little Mysteries” soon emerged as a strong set of 12 originals - tales of Downeast canoe rides, fables of reckless children, and odes to fine bourbon.

Released in 2021 and with producer and multi-instrumentalist Zachariah Hickman (Josh Ritter, Ray LaMontagne. Mark Erelli, Barnstar!) at the helm, “Waylaid” features a stellar cast of guest musicians and vibrant harmonies.

Tickets are $20 General Admission in person OR live streamed and are available at EVENTBRITE: https://bit.ly/RPHankWonder

For more information about the concert, visit www.fcc-winchester.org.

IMPORTANT NOTE: The entry is located on the Vine Street side of the church. Please use the accessible ramp entrance, and Ripley Chapel will be directly to your right as you enter the building.

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