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Singer-songwriter Katya Chorover to perform at Odd Fellows hall
Singer-songwriter Katya Chorover will be coming to Orcas Island on Saturday, Oct. 22 to perform a show at the Odd Fellows Hall.
The Durango Herald has described Chorover's new CD, "Big Big Love" as “influenced by classic American country and folk, old Irish tunes, and Brit-folk. Her sound, to these ears, is genuinely reminiscent of early Emmylou Harris.”
After establishing herself in the Northwest music scene in the 1990s, Chorover moved from Seattle to southwestern Colorado in 2006. She has been performing and teaching, but taking a break from recording and touring, until now. Earlier this year, she returned to the Northwest to record “Big Big Love” at Secret Society Studios in Portland.
Doors will open at 7:30 p.m., and show time is 8 p.m. Ticket price is $10 at the door.