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by Cry Cry Cry

A warm, intimate cover of Jump Little Children's song.
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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Acclaimed singer-songwriters Lucy Kaplansky, Richard Shindell and Dar Williams have reunited their celebrated folk-pop collaboration, Cry Cry Cry, with new tour dates in 2018 following a successful run of shows in 2017.

The band made their debut in 1998 with a self-titled release followed by a nationwide tour the following year. A mainstay on radio during the late 1990s and early 2000s, the album ranked fourth among AAA radio stations most played records in 1999 and continued in high rotation well into the 2000s.

The Washington Post raved, “Cry Cry Cry illustrates the advantages of taking the best works of contemporary folk musicians and fleshing them out with lovely, three-part harmonies” and the New York Times cheered for the trio’s “gorgeous harmonies.”

Cry Cry Cry will perform selections from their eponymous debut, favorites from each of their individual discographies as well as some choice new-to-the-band tunes.

The members of Cry Cry Cry are excited to hit the road again this spring. Kaplansky cheers, “rehearsing and doing shows with Dar and Richard after so many years apart has been just thrilling. Between revisiting those great songs and working up new ones, all the intricate harmonies we get to do, the wonderful crowds, and all the laughing, I feel so lucky to get to be a part of this again.”

Shindell says, “it’s like we never stopped singing together,” and Williams agrees, “there is so much warmth in these audiences. The energy that we feel on stage is familiar and new at the same time."



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