Correction: Kaldor venue at ‘the Fiddle’

By City Pulse Staff

Folk singer Connie Kaldor plays The Ten Pound Fiddle Friday at Unitarian Universalist Church

Editor’s note: This week’s Turn it Down in the print edition of City Pulse incorrectly listed the venue for this performance. It will be at Unitarian Universalist Church in East Lansing.

Thursday, Feb. 27 — Connie Kaldor, a three-time Juno Award winner, performs her down-home folk songs Friday at The Ten Pound Fiddle at the Unitarian Universalist Church in East Lansing.

Kaldor, a Canadian songwriter, has taken her blend of raw emotion and genuine wit throughout the world, including India, China and Europe. Over the years she’s shared stages with Shawn Colvin, Tracy Chapman and The Chieftains. She’s released 14 albums, three award-winning children’s books and a musical.

Kaldor, 60, was born in Saskatchewan and debuted musically in 1981 with the “One Of These Days” LP. That same year she established an independent record label, now called Coyote Entertainment. Her most recent album is 2009’s “Postcards from the Road.”

Friday, Feb. 28 @ Unitarian Universalist Church, 855 Grove St., East Lansing. $15, $12 members, $5 students, 8 p.m.