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Fri April 25, 2014
The Sea, The Sea (and The Sea)
It’s time for the next installment in our new series featuring local artists and musicians. This hour, we hear from folk-pop duo Chuck Costa and Mira Stanley of The Sea, The Sea. Their debut album, Love We Are We Love, dropped earlier this year. Both recently stopped by our studio to talk about and perform some of their new songs.
Later, we hear a tale from the sea. Kate Moore served as Keeper of Bridgeport’s Fayerweather Lighthouse for most of the 19th century. A Bridgeport historian and Coast Guard Ensign will tell us about her heroic and inspiring devotion to Long Island Sound’s busy seaway.
You can learn more about The Sea, The Sea by visiting theseathesea.com.
On May 2, 2014, Chuck and Mira perform ‘An Evening of Harmonies in the Spirit of Simon and Garfunkel’ at CT Folk First Friday in New Haven. For more, go to ctfolk.com.
- Chuck Costa - Musician with The Sea, The Sea
- Mira Stanley - Musician with The Sea, The Sea
- Mary Witkowski - Bridgeport city historian, and department head of the Bridgeport History Center
- Ensign Martin Betts - U.S. Coast Guard Sector, Long Island Sound
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