On her second recording and first full-length CD, Woodbury’s Fern Maddie emerges as a singer-songwriter and instrumentalist with a bright future who already possesses many of the qualities of more mature performers.

“Ghost Story,” her recently released 10-track album, finds Maddie channeling the voices and musical approaches of English folk icons Maddie Prior, Peggy Seegar, June Tabor and Kate Rusby, along with a vocal range and dynamics one hears in the singing of Joni Mitchell.

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