Best known as the drummer for the standout Burlington-based folk-rock band Strangefolk, currently on hiatus after decades of relentless touring and recording, Luke Smith steps out as a singer-songwriter in his own right on his solo debut album as Supraluke.

“Songs for the Great Blue Heron,” released in February, is a captivating album that delves into folk, rock, pop and psychedelic flavors with compelling results.

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