Seattle Singer-Songwriter Allison Preisinger will visit Manzanita this Friday, March 16, for an evening of raw, honest folk music at the Hoffman Center for the Arts.
With a style that has won comparisons to Joni Mitchell, Jose Gonzalez and Carole King, Preisinger weaves warm and inviting songs inspired by nature, city living and relationships.
Her recently released third album, the Jade EP, features five acoustic folk songs recorded, mixed and mastered by Moe Provencher of MoZo at The Duplex in Seattle. Co-produced by Miranda Zickler of Rabbit Wilde, the album explores getting over what you thought was love, questioning where things are headed, having no control, and the reassurance that love is all around.
The concert will start at 7 pm at 594 Laneda Avenue, with admission $10 at the door.