A Marblehead native is making her return to the Me&Thee Music stage next week.
Haley Reardon first performed at Me&Thee when she was still in High School, and was slated to return in March 2020, before the pandemic forced the series to shut down. Reardon has since moved to Nashville and become a critically acclaimed pop artist who has toured all through the US and Europe. Her most recent EP, The Good Light, was recorded in Barcelona with Spanish guitarist Pau Figueres.
A singer and songwriter, Reardon’s songs serve as “postcards” from an artist “brave enough to take the road less traveled,” Me&Thee said in a statement announcing her performance.
Reardon made the decision to begin living life boldly when she left Nashville to tour the world playing her music. In addition to having recently been based in Dachau, Germany for a six-month artist residency program awarded by the city, she has spent the past five years carrying her songs and guitar all over the globe — gathering experiences, inspirations, and connections along the way. Reardon channels her colorful stories through music, capturing even the most subtle nuances of the human experience with clarity.
Reardon recently made a splash with her single, “Losing From Within,” grabbing the attention of Spotify Editorial Playlists like Fresh Folk, Folk Pop, Morning Coffee, and Today’s Singer/Songwriters.
Raised in Marblehead, Reardon dove headfirst into music when she was 15. She has now been honing her craft for a full decade, sharing the stage with acts like Lori McKenna, Rodney Crowell, and Anaïs Mitchell, among many others. Her work has been described as “brilliantly moving folk/pop with a lyrical depth and soul” (Performer Magazine) and “a melancholy little masterpiece” (American Songwriter Magazine). No Depression writes “Reardon is truly a treasure.”
The Me&Thee is supported in part by a grant from the Marblehead Cultural Council, a local agency supported by the Mass Cultural Council, a state agency.
Tickets are $25 for the general public, and $10 for students and children. Locally, tickets are available at Arnould’s Gallery on Washington Street.
Online info and no-fee tickets can be found at meandthee.org. No phone orders are accepted and no other ticket websites are authorized.
Doors open at 7:15pm, and the music begins shortly after 8pm.
Me&Thee Music is a non-profit, all-volunteer organization now in its 53rd season at 28 Mugford St. Refreshments are served.