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         Anya Hinkle
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NEXT SHOW - Anya Hinkle

POSTPONED - Date TBD    DUE TO UNACCEPTABLE COVID NUMBERS.

With vivid storytelling, vibrant musicianship and arresting honesty, Anya Hinkle explores the beauty of song craft through the lens of the Appalachian string band tradition. Originally from the mountains of Virginia, Anya’s music is steeped in the tones of folk and bluegrass and seasoned by travels across the world. A founding member of Asheville-based bands Dehlia Low (Rebel Records) and Tellico (Organic Records), Anya releases her first full-length album under her own name, "Eden And Her Borderlands," this year on Organic Records.

Hinkle won the MerleFest Chris Austin Songwriting Competition in 2019 and was a finalist in the Hazel Dickens Song Contest for her song “Ballad of Zona Abston,” featured on Tellico’s 2018 release Woven Waters. The album, produced by Irish guitar legend John Doyle (Transatlantic Sessions, Joan Baez, Tim O’Brien), had a #1 single, #1 band and #2 album ranking on the Folk DJ charts in November 2018.

song on her recent album "Me and the Ghost of Charlemagne"

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EVENT Schedule

  • Joe Newberry
    Deer Creek Coffeehouse
    Feb 12, 7:30 PM
    Deer Creek Coffeehouse, 1022 Main St, Darlington, MD 21034, USA
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  • Anya Hinkle
    Deer Creek Coffeehouse
    Jan 08, 7:30 PM
    Deer Creek Coffeehouse, 1022 Main St, Darlington, MD 21034, USA
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  • Amy Speace - Postponed to June 25
    Deer Creek Coffeehouse
    Dec 11, 2021, 7:30 PM
    Deer Creek Coffeehouse, 1022 Main St, Darlington, MD 21034, USA
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ABOUT US

Here we are in Year 10 !

We invite you to explore live folk and singer/songwriter music in an intimate setting at Deer Creek Coffeehouse (DCC), a non-alcoholic venue located in the picturesque setting of Darlington, MD. DCC seats approximately 100 people at small, candlelit tables, in the friendly and cozy style of The Village, NYC coffee houses of the 1950’s and 1960’s. Now in its tenth season, DCC, a non-profit organization, is devoted to presenting professional acoustic recording artists from all over the U.S., Canada and sometimes Ireland and Wales.

The suggested donation amount for each show is $15 for adults and $5 for youth ages 13-21. Only cash and checks written to Deer Creek Coffeehouse are accepted. Doors open 30 minutes prior to each show. No one is turned away for inability to donate the amount. Homemade baked goods, non-sugary snacks, coffee tea, water and soda are sold for a nominal fee.

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