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Three Headliners in Sanctuary's 'Most Wanted'

A triple-bill of some of the concert series' most popular performers return to Chatham on Saturday.

Three Headliners in Sanctuary's 'Most Wanted' Three Headliners in Sanctuary's 'Most Wanted'

The Sanctuart Concert Series kicks off a new season with three performers voted "Most Wanted" by concert-goers: Seth Glier, Julie Gold and Amy Speace.

Seth Glier, a 22-year-old Massachusetts native, has performed with Edwin McCain, The Verve Pipe and James Taylor. According to his official biography, he typically performs over 200 dates per year. A dedicated environmentalist, he traveled a recent tour route in his hybrid Toyota Prius, organized tree planting parties and promoted carpools to his concerts.

Julie Gold is a singer and songwriter from Philadelphia. She is best known for her song "From a Distance," which has received over four million airplays and was read into the Congressional Record by Californian Senator Barbara Boxer.

Amy Speace is a singer, songwriter and former actress with a "velvety and achy voice," according to National Public Radio. She has released five albums since 2002 and taught herself guitar while living in the New York area.

The Sanctuary Concert Series' "Most Wanted" concert begins at 8 p.m. Saturday at the . Tickets to the concert are available for $15.

Chatham Patch has one pair of free tickets to the concert to the first person to email in the correct answer to the the below question:

On Aug. 27, the Sanctuary Concerts will present a triple-bill of the three performers its audience voted to be its “Most Wanted.” One of the performers, Julie Gold, has written a host of hit songs, including the Grammy-winning Song Of The Year, “From A Distance.” Julie, however, did not make a hit recording of that song. Name three performers who did.

Think you know the answer? Email Chatham Patch editor Laura Silvius at Laura.Silvius@Patch.com for your chance to win two free tickets.

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