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Spokane folk duo Caridwen and Greg Spatz release ‘All Along the Sea’

Greg and Caridwen Spatz will celebrate the release of their new album “All Along the Sea” with a potluck and concert. (Julia Graff)
Greg and Caridwen Spatz will celebrate the release of their new album “All Along the Sea” with a potluck and concert. (Julia Graff)

“All Along the Sea,” the new album from folk duo Caridwen and Greg Spatz has technically been out since May 1, but the pair is just getting around to holding a release party.

Whether she’s singing in English or French (“Le long de la mer jolie”), Caridwen’s delicate voice is crystal clear, though the Spatz’s let their fiddles speak for themselves on several instrumental songs as well.

FYI, the evening kicks off with a potluck at 6 p.m. The music starts at 7 p.m.

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