According to a Jan. 27 post from MaryFahl.com, the former October Project singer will perform selections from her new album, along with some old favorites, at The Cutting Room in New York City, New York, on Feb. 10.
The venue is located at 44 E. 32nd St. in New York City, and show time is 8 p.m.
Tickets, which can be purchased online at TheCuttingRoom.com, are $25 in advance or $30 day of show. New York music fans may also pick up tickets for the show by calling 212-691-1900.
Fahl, a standout vocalist, will be performing cuts from her long-awaited self-released album, Love and Gravity, which will be available in stores across the country on Feb. 11.
Love and Gravity, a 10-song collection, is filled with majestic, folk-etched ballads, most of which were composed and co-written by Fahl.
The album features a powerful tribute to true love, “Gravity," along with “Exiles (The Wolves of Midwinter),” the theme song for the audiobook version of “The Wolves of Midwinter” by iconic author Anne Rice.
Love and Gravity also includes two pre-released singles; an inspiring re-imagining of the Joni Mitchell classic, “Both Sides Now” and Fahl’s moving tribute to Sept. 11 rescue workers, “Dawning of the Day,” set to a traditional Irish melody.
Fahl's new album is a meditative record about finding love later in life while maintaining a sense of optimism amid chaos.
Fans will be able to hear most of the new tracks during the Feb. 10 show at The Cutting Room.
New York music lovers planning to attend the show at The Cutting Room will definitely be in for a treat, as Fahl's voice is absolutely breathtaking.