Folk Duo performing at Foley Library


Friction Farm is a modern-folk duo comprised of husband and wife team, Aiden Quinn and Christine Stay. They will be giving a performance entitled “Songs Inspired by Books” at the Foley Public Library on Thursday, May 16, at 6:30 pm. They are billed as traveling troubadours who combine storytelling, social commentary, and humor to create songs of everyday life, local heroes, and quirky observations. From ballads to anthems, each song is filled with hope and harmony.

Friction Farm’s lyrically rich, harmony-driven songs have earned them spots as Kerrville New Folk Finalists and Falcon Ridge Emerging Artists. They are winners of the South Florida Folk Festival songwriter competition and have performed as official showcase artists at the Southeast, Southwest, and Northeast Regional Folk Alliance Conferences.

Performing internationally and throughout the US, Friction Farm feels at home on the road and on stage. Audiences lean into their stories, laugh at their humor, and are inspired to do a little good in the world, and sing along once in a while.

Reservations are required and are now being taken for their May 16 performance at the Foley Public Library. Please call 251-943-7665 to reserve a seat. For more information, please check out the library’s website,, or find the library on Facebook or Instagram.