The Loft at Hermit Woods presents Maddi Ryan

Maddi Ryan.

Maddi Ryan. Courtesy

Published: 05-22-2024 7:00 AM

On Thursday, May 23, The Loft at Hermit Woods is pleased to welcome Maddi Ryan to The Loft stage.

Hailing from just north of Boston, Maddi Ryan is an up-and-coming singer/songwriter who will steal your heart. Her passion for singing and performing began when she was just a little girl. Her first stage was on top of her coffee table, where she’d sing for anyone in her family who would listen.

Since then, Ryan and her band have performed all around the country at venues big and small and have had the opportunity to open for acts such as Ray Fulcher, Morgan Myles, and The Cadillac Three.

Her performances have earned Ryan ‘Country Act of the Year’ nominations at the 2019, 2021, and 2023 New England Music Awards. The Deli magazine highlights her, “clear ability to engage her most honest emotions, and deliver them cordially through her vocals, full of grace.” Ryan recently released her debut EP ‘Growing Pains’ and has songs featured on Country 102.5, 101.7 The Bull, 95.9 WATD, 90.5 WICN, and 92.5 the River.

Maddi Ryan, Vocals/Acoustic Guitar; Alex Sennett, Electric Guitar/Background Vocals; Charles Greenwood, Drums/Percussion.

Tickets can be purchased at

About the Loft at Hermit Woods - Listening Room SeriesThe Loft is an intimate sixty-seat music venue offering a listening room experience in downtown Meredith at Hermit Woods Winery and Eatery. We bring world-class artists from New England and beyond to perform on our Loft stage. We feature Jazz, folk, blues, classical, and world music. Each performance will provide you with an up-close and personal experience with the performing artists. The audience is asked to refrain from talking during the show, allowing the artists and the audience to immerse themselves in the performance in a way not possible otherwise.

Hermit Woods Winery and Eatery is located at 72 Main Street in Meredith.

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