Prettyman rifled through her collection of sweet, honest folk-pop tunes, the most fun of which was “The Rebound” about a man she once met at Trader Joe’s. She also put the guitar down to focus on her vocals with “Marry You.”
She also showed off some impressive guitar chops along with backup guitarist Steve Miller, especially during extended breakdown parts and on “My Oh My,” the lead single off her new album Cedar + Gold.
Still, the greatest appeal of Prettyman lies in her singing voice, which suggests a wealth of life experience that make her songs’ stories feel stunningly familiar and real.
Prettyman said on stage that her best friend lives in Boston so she’s in the city all the time. Hopefully for fans’ sake, she keeps coming back.
“When You Come Down”
“I Was Gonna Marry You”
“My Oh My”