Kallick’s music continues to evolve and delight and she’s just released her 17th album, Time. She’s a storytelling guitarist with a down-home voice and feel, seasoned originals and a musical sensibility that sounds more like Tennessee than California. She’s gained more accolades in her music business years than can be counted on several sets of hands.
Friday, November 16 Kallick and her fine band will be singing and twanging for Portland Folk Music’s concert series at St. Philip Neri Church’s Carvlin Hall next to the parking lot just north of SE 17th and Division and parking is free.
Doors open at 7 and music begins at 7:30 pm with Maggie and Patrick Lind opening.
Tickets are $17, $14 for PFS members, $8 for children 12-18 and under 12 are free. www.portlandfolkmusic.org .