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September 19 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm


Presented by The Antonia and Vladimir Kulaev Cultural Heritage Fund.

This series showcases local and regional musicians in a relaxed and intimate setting. The lobby
is transformed into a 70-seat showcase lounge!

Growing up outside of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Charlotte Morris discovered her passion for
music at a young age. After starting violin lessons at the age of 4, Charlotte taught herself how
to play the guitar, piano (and melodica), ukulele, banjo, acoustic bass guitar and mandolin, and
began taking her songwriting seriously by the age of 12. Describing her unique style as genuine,
raw and emotional music with a purpose, Charlotte takes inspiration from female driven artists
like Delta Rae, Brandi Carlile, Sara Bareilles, Kelsea Ballerini, Maren Morris, and The Chicks.

In January 2018, Charlotte joined Lonesome Traveler – a concert tour which performed the
history of folk music, starting with Woody Guthrie and ending with songs by the likes of Bob
Dylan and Joni Mitchell. Charlotte released her debut EP “To New York, with Love” in June
2018 and has since released a number of singles and another five-song EP (produced by
Nashville-based Mitch Dane) entitled “Sputnik.” In 2019, Charlotte embarked on her first fully
acoustic tour, performing in over fifteen different cities across the US. She released her first full
length album, “Songs For My Next Ex,” in December of 2020.

After moving to Nashville in 2021, Charlotte released “Good Kind of Hurt”, a deeply personal
song about addiction and PTSD, in June 2022, with the hope of spurring more conversation
around the difficulties and misunderstandings of mental illness. She followed up that success
with her nostalgia-filled, folk-driven, single “Tennessee”, and then, “Your Number One”, a
driving song of empowerment. All of these singles led up to the release of Wild Child,
Charlotte’s 2nd studio album, which took the industry by storm in September 2023. The album, personal,
vulnerable, and authentic, has impacted listeners worldwide; from live television and radio
performances, to charting numbers in the Netherlands, Canada, and more, the album serves as
an example of just how powerful music can be.


September 19
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm


The Spire Center- Downtown Plymouth
25 1/2 Court Street
Plymouth, MA 02360 United States
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(508) 746-4488