Say Darling takes steps to visit Nashua’s Riverwalk

May 16. 2018 1:50PM
Say Darling is soaking up the bright lights in New England’s Americana and roots rock arena. 
NASHUA - From Boston via Hanover and Kittery, Maine, Grammy-nominated singer and songwriter Celia Woodsmith and her band, with former Girls Guns & Glory guitarist Chris Hersch, make a return engagement to Riverwalk Cafe & Music Bar, 35 Railroad Square at 8 p.m. Saturday.

Say Darling is the name of the group and its debut CD, which also features Hammond organ player Scott Coulter, with veteran rhythm section players Paul Chase on bass and Jared Seabrook on drums. The CD was recorded and mixed at Woolly Mammoth Studios in Waltham, Mass., last summer.

Woodsmith also performs with the bluegrass outfit Della Mae, a Grammy-nominated project.

Tickets to the upcoming show are $16 to $20. For details, visit or call 578-0200.

House of Hamill (Rose Baldino and Brian Buchanan) will open the Nashua concert.


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