What would you do if you knew your were ahead of your time, if only by a brief moment? In the late-1950s, Connie Converse was young musician at the forefront of New York City’s burgeoning folk scene. Her groundbreaking songs poised her for greatness, but soon the male-dominated scene spearheaded by the likes of Bob Dylan had sucked out all the air around her. Connie Converse never got her due. Then she disappeared without a trace, never to be seen again.