Laura Love to perform Sunday

CHIMACUM — Laura Love will perform at the Chimacum Grange from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday.

Tickets are $25 at the door at 9572 Rhody Drive or at

Love retired from live musical performance at the height of the COVID pandemic in 2020. She said she felt satisfied that she’d said everything she needed to say.

“But after recent frightening escalations in hate crimes, racism, sexism, anti-environmentalism and all the other ‘isms,’ she again feels the need to poke her head up and out of retirement, however briefly, to sing and say just a little bit more,” according to a press release.

Over the decades, she has performed at venues across the globe, including The Philadelphia Folk Festival, Merlefest, Carnegie Hall, Club Passim, The Ark, City Winery NYC, The Freight & Salvage, Strawberry Music Festival, Winnipeg Folk Fest, Millpond and Kate Wolf Music Festivals, as well as Edmonton, Montreal and Vancouver Canadian festivals, to name a few.

She has released 13 CDs, her latest being “Uppity,” released last spring.

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