Last Woodbridge Unplugged Concert stars Flynn Carney

The Woodbridge Town Library and Town of Woodbridge are organizing outdoor acoustic concerts this spring and summer. The Woodbridge Unplugged concerts will be a fun, free and safe way for residents to come together, enjoy each other’s company and listen to local talent.

The final concert on June 24 features our youngest performer, Flynn Carney. Flynn Carney has been singing since before she could talk! Her parents, Brigid and Tim Carney, reflected that Flynn’s first instrument was her voice but soon after, a set of drums courtesy of her grandparents and drum lessons with her teacher, Gary Fiandra, when she was 5 years old. Flynn attends Hamden Hall’s Country Day School and was “Puck” in their fall “musical” of “Shakespeare’s Midsummer’s Night’s Dream” where her songwriting talents were lent to her director and Drama teacher, Karl Gasteyer. During the pandemic she picked up guitar. She is delighted to be performing in her “new” hometown of Woodbridge.

Bring lawn chairs, blankets, and snacks! Concerts will take place from 6 pm to 7 pm and be located on the north side of the library facing Newton Rd. Masks are recommended and we ask that everyone follow social distancing guidelines. No registration necessary.