- Peterborough Players Theater
PFM is incredibly excited to bring you an amazing co-bill with two of the most talented, entertaining, and nicest artists we know - Susan Werner and Seth Glier. Both are exceptional songwriters, vocalists, musicians and human beings. This is a “Don’t Miss” show! If you have heard them before, you know what we mean. Bring a friend who hasn’t heard them yet – and they will surely thank you for it. If they don’t, you should probably take them off your friend list. (My tip.) - MLO for PFM
Susan Werner – Has a terrific new album, An American in Havana, inspired by her recent trips to Cuba. If you do nothing else on this page, click on the 1955 Chevy Bel Air video below. I can’t wait to hear her do this live at the Players!
“Susan Werner, a clever songwriter and an engaging performer, brings literacy and wit back to popular song.” — The New Yorker
“(Werner is) a songwriter and musician who is in such complete command of her gifts that it’s almost scary. – All Music Guide
“This woman is great. Period.” — Music Row (Nashville)
Perhaps you have seen Seth at one of Deb’s House Concerts, at Bass Hall, or when he opened for Tom Rush at the Players. We can’t get enough of him! He’s the whole package – a superb lyricist and songwriter with a clear, passionate voice. His piano and guitar work along with his sideman on sax, Joe Nerny, fill the room with a sound you don’t just hear, you feel. Truly impressive musicianship. This will be Seth’s first local concert since he released his newest album, Birds. It is wonderful with some goosebump-worthy and hauntingly beautiful songs. They range from “personal to political, and are bound together by the awareness that our world is a fragile place that is all the more magical for it”.
“Singer with an exquisite tenor echoes Bruce Springsteen and Billy Joel.” – USA TODAY
“This material sounds like nothing if not classics in waiting…it’s the essence of perfection” – BLURT Magazine
“This young blood wields an old-soul air…Discover a new generation of great with Seth Glier’s ‘The Next Right Thing'” – Huffington Post