Music at the Library: Ann Caldwell
On Thursday, March 17th, the Charleston Library Society will present Ann Caldwell a night of jazz. Caldwell is a vocalist and performing artist who sings songs about love and loss; heartache and heaven. She has been performing as a fixture on the Charleston music scene for more than two decades. The late Jack McCray, in The Post and Courier, said, “Caldwell is a wide-ranging alto-contralto… Her roots are in Negro spirituals, church music and pop, and she has emerged … as a major jazz voice with plenty of body and soul.” Call or go online for tickets. The Charleston Library Society is located at 164 King Street.