Anne Hills, one of contemporary folk music’s premier vocalists, will perform at the Princeton Folk Music Society’s September 15th concert at Christ Congregation Church. Admission at the door: $20 ($15 members, $10 students under 22, $5 children). Doors open at 7:30 p.m. Show starts at 8:15 p.m. Ample free parking. Hills, a well-established singer, musician and songwriter with deep Midwestern roots, is especially known for her stunning voice. In addition to her marvelous voice and inspired song writing, Hills accompanies herself with skill on guitar and banjo. A Hills concert always includes unforgettable material and original, heartfelt songs.
A veteran of the Chicago folk scene of the 1980s, Hills contributed to tribute albums for Pete Seeger and Phil Ochs. Her discography also includes solo albums and duo albums with David Roth, Cindy Mangsen and Michael Smith, and trio albums with Mangsen and Priscilla Herdman.
As a singer, actress, writer, and musician, she has received numerous honors including the Pennsylvania Partner’s in the Arts Project Stream grant award and Second Place in the Atlanta Review’s International Poetry Contest. She won a WAMMIE (Washington Area Music Award) for “best traditional folk recording” for a duet recording with Paxton.