Inda Eaton: Shelter in Place

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March 7
at 8:00pm

An opportunity to catch the singer, songwriter, and storyteller with a big band in an intimate theater is so over the top that it doesn’t really matter what happens. Performing songs from Inda’s latest album, Shelter in Place, new material, and favorites from Go West, the show takes a rousing look at the allure and chaos of the road from the perspective of living on the east end as a western expat. Think "girl-with-a-guitar-who-is-addicted-to-harmony-and-dash-board-drumming" meets a TED talk hosted at a comedy club.

On this rare occasion, the full band will unite with special guests in a display of delicious stagecraft. Alongside Inda will be members of her New York-based rhythm section—bassist Jeff Marshall and drummer Michael Guglielmo—and her national touring acoustic trio, which includes percussionist Jeffrey Smith and guitarist B. Rehm-Gerdes. Added to the lineup are East End vocal legends Lee Lawler and Rose Kerin Lawler, and a special guest appearance by Nancy Atlas!

Directing the show is Kate Mueth, Founder and Artistic director of the Neo-Political Cowgirls. The show includes footage from photographer Mike Lavin who produced Inda’s soon to be released music video, Free.

Inda Eaton is a singer-songwriter-storyteller in the tradition of Americana roots rock. Often compared to a fusion of Melissa Etheridge meets John Mellencamp, Inda’s original music and observational humor mine wanderlust and epic adventure to explore topics of resilience, community, and connection.

Shelter in Place is now featured on Pandora, Itunes and Spotify. CDs—including Go West—and show posters will be available at Bay Street for Inda and the entire band to sign after the show.


Inda Eaton: Shelter In Place is being presented during the Hamptons Arts Network THAW FEST. For THAW FEST 2020 schedule, specials, and partners, click here. Using promo code: THAW, guests at Baron’s Cove can receive a 20 percent discount on weekday stays and a 15 percent discount on weekends during the month of March. To reserve, visit or call 844-227-6672.

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