Based out of Raleigh, NC, and rooted in the New South, Alice Osborn’s Americana music is truly homegrown. An accomplished poet, she incorporates history, as well as the call of home and identity, to influence her folk vibe on acoustic guitar. Heroes without Capes is her most recent collection of poetry and Old Derelicts is her most recent CD featuring crowd-pleasing favorite originals. Previous poetry collections are After the Steaming Stops and Unfinished Projects. Alice is the artist-in-residence for the Western Wake Farmers’ Market, a senior docent at the NC Museum of History, and she also plays Celtic fiddle and bluegrass banjo. She lives in Raleigh, North Carolina, with her husband, two children, and four birds all named after musicians. Visit Alice’s website at www.aliceosborn.com and check out her music at www.reverbnation.com/
Come see Alice perform at Page 158 Books in Renaissance Place from 6:15 – 7: 00 PM during the Irish Fest at the Forest on September 22nd, 2018.