Hartt & Soul Productions Presents: Benefitting One World
Show Time : 8:00 PM
Proving her voice and musical imprint stretches far beyond the Greenwich Village scene, Maria Muldaur’s remarkable singing career permeates the folk, blues, and American roots music genres. She first began singing with the Even Dozen Jug Band in the 60s (alongside future Lovin’ Spoonful founder John Sebastian). Her first solo album, Maria Muldaur, released in 1973 featured the Top 10 hit “Midnight at the Oasis.”
Just a short time later, Muldaur began touring with the Grateful Dead and eventually connected with bluegrass legend Peter Rowan. Such is the story of Muldaur’s eclectic career – her prolific recordings (she’s averaged an album a year for over 40 years) and like a chameleon adapts perfectly into the genre to which she’s collaborating. Still, she finds the blues genre to be her best fit. The Grammy awards agree. She’s earned several nominations for her traditional blues albums, most recently 2005’s Sweet Lovin’ Ol Soul.