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The Warehouses of Santa Rosa Beach

Caitlin Cannon In Concert

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Caitlin Cannon In Concert

Time & Location

Apr 20, 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM

The Warehouses of Santa Rosa Beach, 416 S County Hwy 393, Santa Rosa Beach, FL 32459, USA

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About the Event

Join us on Thursday, April 20 from 7-8 p.m. for a special concert with Caitlin Cannon to benefit the CAA's Prison Art & Songwriting program.  Caitlin's music was most recently heard at the 30A Songwriters Festival where she performed with her duo-project, Side Pony. 

The concert will be part of the Artist Warehouse Third Thursday event featuring a wide variety of local artists including CAA Member Artists and Board Members Allison Wickey and Doug Foltz. The concert stage will be set up on the west side of the complex at the Fisher's Flowers Warehouse, which will also feature art work by Adam Fisher. 

There is no cost to attend the Third Thursday event, but a $20 donation is suggested for the concert. Credit card and cash donations will help fund a songwriting residency led by Cannon this Summer at Walton Correctional Institute, as part of the CAA's Prison Art Program. 

Enjoy complimentary beverages and light bites provided by the CAA while you listen to songs from Cannon's critcally acclaimed debut, The TrashCannon Album. 

About Caitlin Cannon

Since the release of her critically acclaimed debut, The TrashCannon Album (2020) and the compelling Lucky Break (2021) from her duo-project Side Pony, Caitlin Cannon has another full-length production in progress, engineered and produced by Misa Arriaga (Kacey Musgraves, Willie Nelson). In her latest single release ‘Amarillo and Little Rock’ (American Songwriter 2022 Finalist) a reflection on life’s experiences occurs when Cannon is pulled over by a state trooper who questions her sobriety. The production is as deep and swirling as the song’s meaning and features performances by Lillie Mae (Brent Cobb) and Eddy Dunlap (The Opry Band).

Cannon (who is “generally writing most current artists under the table’ according to Saving Country Music) spent her early years in Alabama and young adulthood in NYC. She has now found her way to Nashville where she is lighting up the songwriting community. These days, she is leaning into her southern roots thematically without succumbing to derivative arrangements and sonic qualities. Reaching for a new level of drama while embracing a reverberant lilt in instrumentation, the prolific songwriter has notably evolved since her last efforts and continues to ascend.

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