The Fantasticks Actress Will Celebrate New Album, Featuring Solely Vocals and Harp, in Concert

News   The Fantasticks Actress Will Celebrate New Album, Featuring Solely Vocals and Harp, in Concert Addi McDaniel, who starred in Off-Broadway's The Fantasticks, and Jacqueline Kerrod will celebrate their debut album "live in concert," featuring solely vocals and harp, Nov. 20 at the Snapple Theater Center.

"We talk a lot about what really inspires us – the human connection in music and in life, the beauty in the imperfect and the magic in the spontaneous; but what seems to be the greatest desire for both of us is to create music that is truly our own," said Kerrod in a statement.

McDaniel added, "We've stumbled upon something that continues to bring light and creativity to the forefront of our lives and we're running with it."

The album release concert will begin at 7:30 PM.

The sound of "Addi & Jacq" is composed solely of harp and vocals (with a little looping). Their songs range from "delicate acoustic gems to layered electric harp grooves that make you want to dance!"

Collectively McDaniel and Kerrod have performed all over NYC, including at Lincoln Center, The Metropolitan Opera, Carnegie Hall, Birdland and Joe's Pub. The Snapple Theater Center is located at 1627 Broadway near the corner of Broadway and 50th Street. Tickets begin at $15 and can be purchased here. For more information, visit AddiAndJacq.com.

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