Dec
11

Veronica Stanton

The Lounge at World Cafe Live

Philadelphia, PA

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$15 ADV - $17 DOS + FEES

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Veronica Stanton
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Born and raised in Jenkintown, PA, Veronica Stanton now lives 827 miles away in Nashville, a move which inspired her to pen the heartfelt title track of her debut EP. In “827 Miles”, the singer-songwriter invites you into her world of wanderlust, heartbreak, and all the mistakes and joys that being a 20-something entails. Stanton cracks her heart open for all to examine, and the contents are beautifully vulnerable songs that speak to the part of each of us that’s a little lost.
Erin Rae, who contributed harmonies to Stanton's EP, said “the most meaningful journey is the one we make within ourselves, and with this pure and genuine debut effort she has bravely begun hers; a journey that will no-doubt find a wide audience of listeners who remember or yearn for that journey inward of their own.”


Rebecca Lang Fiorentino
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Lead singer/songwriter, Rebecca Lang Fiorentino delivers original and memorable songs that feature simple, heartfelt lyrics on life and love, which at times capture a classic folk sensibility. When not anchoring songs with her guitar, Rebecca picks up her violin and provides another emotional voice to the arrangement. Her debut album, Only Be You came out in 2017 along with Mike McLane on upright bass and Harry Gambrill on dobro, banjo, mandolin and harmony. They've played throughout the Mid-Atlantic region, from it's home base in the Delaware Valley at venues ranging from The Lansdowne Folk Club, Rockwood Music Hall NYC, World Cafe Philadelphia, The Folk Project TV Show, The Delmarva Folk Fest, The Philadelphia Folk Festival, Folk Show WXPN with Ian Ziolitor,  Philadelphia FolkSong Society, Delaware Friends of Folk, WXPN Welcomes American Roots Ramble, Ray Naylors Philly Folk Scene WPPM FM, Wilmington Winter Bluegrass  Fest and more.  Rebecca's song, Give Me Your Tired, taken from the famous Emma Lazarus poem, The New Colossus, was a 2019 finalist at Songs for Social Change (RAWA). She was also a finalist on Star Launch 2020 for her song, Suns' Rays.



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The Lounge at World Cafe Live

3025 Walnut St, Philadelphia, PA, 19104

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Talent

Veronica Stanton

Rebecca Lang Fiorentino