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Hattie Craven, 12, debuts CD at The Palms

Hattie Craven, left, and her dad Joe Craven share of love of music. Hattie will make her recording debut April 13 at The Palms Playhouse in Winters. Courtesy photo

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From page A9 | April 10, 2013 |

Hattie Craven, 12, may be one of the youngest performers to grace The Palms Playhouse stage, but she is already a seasoned performance veteran.

Hattie will debut her newest album, “Eleven,” at 8 p.m. Saturday, April 13, at The Palms, 13 Main St. in Winters.

The recording — which features 11 songs recorded in her 11th year — reflects songs of positivity for people of all ages. The CD is a remaking of popular American songs spanning several decades with additional lyrics and new arrangements in the styles of traditional folk, jazz, Latin, reggae and other roots music.

It also features original songs, including the recording written for her fifth-grade state project called ”Hawai’i.”

Her father, Joe Craven, is an award-winning musician/educator, who produced and performed on the recording with his nationally known group, The Joe Craven Trio. Also featured is Hattie’s older brother, Cody, who is an actor who works for Disney. They will perform with Hattie at The Palms.

For tickets, visit www.palmsplayhouse.com or contact Pamella Craven, Hattie’s mom, at [email protected].

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