Raw ballads from the heart-worn folkieIt figures that William Fitzsimmons, the son of two blind parents, would develop a special relationship to sound. The indie folk troubadour whose music has been featured on Grey's Anatomy and One Tree Hill grew up fiddling with the piano, trombone, banjo, and ukelele, and now his delicate raw vocals remind us of Sufjan Stevens and Elliot Smith. With Leif Vollebekk rounding out the bill, prepared to make a night of these stripped down sets
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