On Saturday, May 13th, come hear singer-songwriter Laura Vecchione celebrate her third album release, Love Lead, with a benefit concert to support Family Promise Metrowest. Sweet-sounding singer Jodi Heights will open the evening. The concert will take place at The Center for the Arts in Natick (TCAN) at 7:30pm with a reception to follow.
Laura Vecchione is a sultry, soulful performer whose voice feels much like an old friend’s embrace. Her latest album, made possible by a crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo, expresses the hope and courage necessary to overcome hard times. “About three years ago, the rug was pulled out from under me,” says Laura. “But my friends gave me the support I needed to move forward, and they encouraged me to ask my fans for support. This album really honors the home that so many good people helped me build here in Boston.”
The title song of the album, Love Lead, as well as other self-composed songs like Traffic Light, fittingly describe keeping the faith during difficult times. The record is also about celebrating life, with songs like Keep Knockin’, an up-tempo rocker that will bring you to your feet.
Authentic and kind, Laura feels she has a responsibility to give back to the community since so many people supported the recording of her new album. All ticket sales will go directly to Family Promise Metrowest. Family Promise is a local nonprofit in Natick that empowers families to move from homelessness to independence. With 50 local congregations, over 2500 volunteers, and support from the community, Family Promise provides shelter, meals, job assistance, transitional housing, and much more.
TCAN’s historic firehouse (c. 1875) building at 14 Summer Street in Natick is the perfect venue to hear Laura Vecchione and Jodi Heights perform. The album release benefit concert is made possible by the generous donations of gold sponsor, S+H Construction and silver sponsor, the Sahin Family.
Visit www.lauravmusic.com to hear Laura’s music and purchase tickets for the event.