A folk success everywhere she goes

Four decades after starting her career with the quirky folk band Pied Pumkin, Shari Ulrich is still going strong.

Shari Ulrich performs at Char's Landing on Saturday

Four decades after starting her career with the quirky folk band Pied Pumkin, Shari Ulrich is still going strong.

The 2014 Canadian Folk Music Awards songwriter of the year for 2014 will perform at Char’s Landing on Argyle Street at Fifth Avenue on Saturday, June 27 at 8 p.m.

Ulrich’s latest release “Everywhere I Go” (engineered and produced by her daughter Julia Graff, also an accomplished musician) is her eighth solo album, and the 21st of her career. She brings a special warmth, humour and honesty to her songwriting and solo performance along with her wide range of instrumental skills on piano, guitar, violin and mandolin.

Tickets are $20 in advance ($25 at the door). For more information, please call 778-421-2427.

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