Cormac McCarthy

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  • Cormac McCarthy

    This show was on Jan 9th, 2014 | 37 people watched
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    • Jan 9
      Quite enjoyable. Good songs, musicianship and presentation.
    • Jan 10
      Cormac was terrific as always - at least what I heard. My connection was poor. It would start,I'd hear about 3 seconds of a song and then nothing for long periods of time. Very disappointing. I won't stream again. Thanks to Passim for having Cormac back - he's a great talent that hasn't gotten his due...yet!
    • Jan 10
      The performer was good, sound was excellent. The video was a little weak, dark due to the lighting?
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Bio

Cormac McCarthy’s release of this fourth recording Curious Thing sends out to his listeners the highly anticipated follow up to his release Picture Gallery Blues.

The new release, for Cormac, provides a very fine recording, featuring outstanding studio musicians. Curious Thing is the product of a mature writer, musician (with his own work on guitar & harmonica), performer, humorist,... more

Cormac McCarthy’s release of this fourth recording Curious Thing sends out to his listeners the highly anticipated follow up to his release Picture Gallery Blues.

The new release, for Cormac, provides a very fine recording, featuring outstanding studio musicians. Curious Thing is the product of a mature writer, musician (with his own work on guitar & harmonica), performer, humorist, and family man. No quality is lost on this album and it is clear that the art comes from the life of a man who has turned a kind heart and a keen eye towards the life around him, and shared it with us all through talents seasoned by fan pleasing shows around the country.

McCarthy’s has also recently re-release his first self-titled, self distributed recording which contains so many of the gems that are often requested by Cormac’s loyal New England fans. The CD, Cormac McCarthy is often referred by a stunning signature ballad, Friend of the Family.

While Cormac is not, as often queried, the alter ego of the New York Times Best Selling Author ("All the pretty horses, " Blood Meridian", etc.,) his background in literature, his rural roots, and his knack for penning a great line would make some comparisons easy to draw, and since we’ve never heard tell of whether or not the Kentucky born novelist can sing, we’ll have to leave the contest open.

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