Singer-songwriters Dianne Bochsler and Tara Caldwell — known together as the folk duo Cabin Fever NW —will perform a concert in support of their latest album, “This Night That Lasted Days,” at 7 p.m. Saturday, April 11, at Firehouse Performing Arts Center, 1314 Harris Ave.
The alternative country folk music duo performed their first gig at Toad Mountain Coffee (now Lettered Streets Coffee) about 12 years ago, and have enjoyed success with their music both close to home and in their travels, including the Florence, Ore., Folk Festival; Pete Seeger’s Strawberry Festival in Beacon, N.Y.; and the Wayne Henderson festival in Virginia.
With this, their fourth full-length album, they say they have discovered new ways to express themselves in their songwriting, the use of harmonies, their own instruments, and the instrumental talents of the many musicians who joined them on the recording.
Tickets are $20 at brownpapertickets.com, at the door and at 360-734-2776.
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They also will perform June 13 in a Backstage @ the Border concert at Christ Episcopal Church in Blaine. Details: backstageattheborder.com.
More on the duo: cabinfevernw.com.