SALEM THEATRE PRESENTS MASON DARING AND JEANIE STAHL LIVE IN CONCERT
Daring and Stahl return to Salem Theatre for CD release concert.  

SALEM – Salem Theatre is thrilled to welcome back Mason Daring and Jeanie Stahl to the stage on Saturday, May 2 at 7:30pm. Having a very successful run just a few years ago at 90 Lafayette Street, the duo returns to release their latest album, 40.

Mason Daring and Jeanie Stahl have released an album that celebrates 40 years of musical collaboration and is their third album together. Songs range from folk and jazz to a little country, original tunes and some classics. 

Mason is a noted film and TV composer and record producer and Jeanie a premier vocalist. In the 70's they were the darlings of the Cambridge folk scene, recorded two albums together and garnered national attention with Mason's song, Marblehead Morning, which also got them a spot on the Today Show. Mason went on to become an award winning composer for film and TV (The Secret of Roan Inish, Eight Men Out, Music of the Heart, themes for Frontline and Nova and more).

Jeanie continued performing as a featured vocalist on videos for Masterpiece Theatre and for films, and in addition recorded solo albums on the Daring Records label. In collaboration with her husband, John Jacobsen, she Executive Produced the Oscar nominated IMAX film, The Living Sea.

The new album includes a stellar cast of musicians: Duke Levine (Mary Chapin Carpenter, Roseanne Cash, J. Geils Band); Kevin Barry (Roseanne Cash); Bill Staines (a folk legend); Billy Novick (New Black Eagle Jazz Band and legendary duo with Guy Van Duser); Dave Mattacks (Paul McCartney, Fairport Convention, Richard Thompson) and Richard Gates (Cormac McCarthy and Patty Larkin). The duo can also be found on Facebook: Daring and Stahl and on their website: http://www.daringandstahl.squarespace.com/.

The event takes place at Salem Theatre at 90 Lafayette Street in downtown Salem. Doors open at 7pm and the concert begins at 7:30pm.

Tickets are $25 and available to purchase online through www.salemtheatre.com.

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