Fraser Valley Folk Concert

September 25, 2015 @ 6:30 pm
Historic Fraser Church
107 Eisenhower Ave
CO 80442
Bambi Statz

Inaugural Fraser Valley Folk Concert featuring Colorado singer/songwriter, Megan Burtt
Friday, September 25, 2015 at Fraser Historic Church, 107 Eisenhower Ave
Doors open at 6:30 with music to start at 7:15
A donation of $10 per person is suggested

Snacks will be provided but please BYOB

To be added to the Guest list, R.S.V.P. by indicating the number and names of the members of your party at this e-mail address:

You are welcome to invite others, but be sure to submit their names no later than 4:00 p.m. Friday as it is required that we have an established guest list prior to doors opening.

Please submit names of anyone who may attend (this need not be a firm commitment), as only individuals whose names are on the list may be admitted to the event (due to liquor license laws).

If you have any questions about the event, please call Bambi Statz at 608-235-0007 or email

Music will begin at 7:15 with time to visit with friends prior to and after the show along with the opportunity to meet the artist.

If you can make the show, that’s wonderful – now, ask your friends to join you! Also, please take a moment to pass this invitation on to other individuals or groups you think would enjoy this intimate setting for listening to music.

Megan Burtt was born and bred in Denver, CO.

“I’ve always written songs,” she says. “I took piano lessons when I was young, but when I picked up my dad’s old classical guitar, things took off.” Inspired by Joni Mitchell’s Blue, Burtt taught herself to play, dreaming of a musical career. “I didn’t know any girls who played music, but Blue, Bonnie Raitt’s Nick of Time and the women on the MTV videos I saw, let me know it was possible.”

After high school, she moved to Boston to attend the Berklee School of Music. There she made two EPs she calls her “practice records.” When she graduated from Berklee, Burtt moved to Mississippi to investigate the roots of American blues music. While there, she contracted a potentially fatal disease, but she never stopped singing or performing, and eventually found her way to full recovery.

She played music in Vietnam for a couple of months, then returned to the States to record It Ain’t Love, a 12 song collection she made with the friends that still make up the backbone of her recording band.

One of the songs on the album, “Waiting for June,” won Best Song at the 2010 Rocky Mountain Folk Festival and the 2011 Kerrville New Folk Competition.

Earlier this year Megan performed in Boettcher Hall in Denver with the Colorado Symphony. In this innovative program, the Colorado Symphony turns over the keys to Boettcher to artists from Denver’s thriving local music scene to create a varied and original program of new music.

Her newest album, “The Bargain,” has just been released and she is including Fraser in her fall CD release tour that is taking her from Washington State to Washington, D.C.

You may wish to visit Megan’s website to become more familiar with her background and music:

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