Baltimore-based singer-songwriter Letitia VanSant’s lyrics are as personal as they are political, tracing questions of power into the human heart.
Join us on Feb. 28 for an intimate showcase of songs from Letitia’s new album, “Circadian,” as well as other songs like “Gut it to the Studs” which have become WTMD favorites.
With sparse indie folk arrangements fortifying her distinctly intimate vocal style, Letitia’s down-to-earth stage presence has been described as “vibrant and approachable.”
Letitia’s debut album, “Gut It to the Studs,” established her as an emerging talent on the Americana scene and propelled her on her first UK/European tour. PopMatter describes her as “a consummate reflection of a rising Americana star” and BBC Radio calls her “a fascinating new artist.”
Her songwriting has earned several awards, including the Kerrville New Folk Songwriting Competition, an honor shared among the likes of Lucinda Williams and Lyle Lovett.
The Baltimore singer, songwriter and social activist Queen Earth opens the show.
Doors open at 7:30 p.m. and the music starts at 8 p.m. at WTMD’s performance studio, 1 Olympic Place in Towson.
Reserved seats are $22 and general admission (standing) tickets are $19. Letitia VanSant’s album release show is sponsored in part by Boordy Vineyards, K&S Automotive of Hampden and Coney Island Brewing Company.