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Mary Chapin Carpenter Reschedules Portland Show

At one point, Mary Chapin Carpenter was to perform four shows in Maine. All of them were scrapped due to COVID-19. A night in Portland is back on her tour schedule. Concerts are starting to return, with venues aggressively booking shows. Mary Chapin Carpenter will return to Maine for a show at the State Theatre in Portland. The show is set for September 29. Tickets go on-sale Friday, June 18.
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Mary Chapin Carpenter, Marc Cohn and Shawn Colvin Set 2021 Tour

Mary Chapin Carpenter, Marc Cohn and Shawn Colvin will unite this fall for an extensive 2021 tour of the U.S. Each show will feature the three Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriters on stage together, performing songs and sharing stories. “An Evening with Mary Chapin Carpenter, Marc Cohn and Shawn Colvin: Together in...
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Mary Chapin Carpenter’s ‘State of the Heart': All of the Songs, Ranked

On June 13, 1989, country music's mainstream audience met Mary Chapin Carpenter. The future hitmaker and multi-Grammy Awards winner wasn't new to the studio -- her folk-leaning debut album, Hometown Girl, arrived in 1987 and featured bluegrass mainstays Mark O'Connor and Tony Rice -- yet it's Carpenter's sophomore effort, State of the Heart, that helped Class of '89 peers Clint Black, Garth Brooks, Alan Jackson and Lorrie Morgan raise the genre's creative bar.
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32 Years Ago: Mary Chapin Carpenter Releases ‘State of the Heart’

On June 13, 1989, Mary Chapin Carpenter released her second album, State of the Heart. Carpenter co-produced the project her longtime collaborator, the late John Jennings. State of the Heart combines instrumental flourishes from country and folk, and a foundation rooted in sturdy songwriting. The record ended up being Carpenter's breakthrough, as it peaked at No. 28 on the Billboard Country Albums chart and spawned four Top 20 country singles.
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32 Years Ago: Mary Chapin Carpenter Releases ‘State of the Heart’

On June 13, 1989, Mary Chapin Carpenter released her second album, State of the Heart. Carpenter co-produced the project her longtime collaborator, the late John Jennings. State of the Heart combines instrumental flourishes from country and folk, and a foundation rooted in sturdy songwriting. The record ended up being Carpenter's breakthrough, as it peaked at No. 28 on the Billboard Country Albums chart and spawned four Top 20 country singles.
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Mary Chapin Carpenter’s ‘State of the Heart': All of the Songs, Ranked

On June 13, 1989, country music's mainstream audience met Mary Chapin Carpenter. The future hitmaker and multi-Grammy Awards winner wasn't new to the studio -- her folk-leaning debut album, Hometown Girl, arrived in 1987 and featured bluegrass mainstays Mark O'Connor and Tony Rice -- yet it's Carpenter's sophomore effort, State of the Heart, that helped Class of '89 peers Clint Black, Garth Brooks, Alan Jackson and Lorrie Morgan raise the genre's creative bar.
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Mary Chapin Carpenter: Her Music + Career Through the Years

For more than 30 years, Mary Chapin Carpenter has helped define country music. From her debut album in 1987 to 2020's The Dirt and the Stars, Carpenter's voice has shaped generations of listeners, and her talent has been celebrated by everyone from Don Schlitz to Joan Baez. Throughout her career,...
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