The time is nigh: Native daughter Sarah Summers’ long-awaited CD release show is at hand.
“It’s coming up,” Summers said Wednesday. “I’m so excited, I can’t wait. This has been such a long process, it’s unreal.”
The long road is what singer-songwriters like Summers are all about. But the destination arrives quickly: Monday, March 24, at the Sebastiani Theatre. Tickets already are selling fast.
“People should buy tickets in advance,” Summers advised. “We’re probably going to sell out.”
Two months ago, the 20-year-old college student was finishing recording the debut album, “Lovely Little Things,” and conducting an online fundraiser to help pay for its production. Those efforts were successful.
“We raised $2,000 over our goal, so we ended up making about $7,400,” she said. That helped get “Lovely Little Things” produced and mastered, and covered some merchandise costs. Better still, it will pay for a film crew to be present at the Sebastiani, where Summers’ show will be recorded and made into a “massive marketing package,” she said.