Saturday, November 19, 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM · Add to Calendar
Acoustic music on the cafe level of the coffeehouse
Marc Delgado is a traveling Solo performer. In the past year & a half he has played over 200 Solo Shows. His songs are eclectic & unexpected & portray characters trying to make sense of the American Landscape. Delgado also writes, sings & records with Alt-Rock/Americana group Wounded Knee. Their last record: High in a Neon Dive(Narcissus Records) is a spiraling tour through the seedy motels & dive bars of Central California where Delgado grew up. He is currently @ work on his newest effort: Wildwood Road. Marc lives with his wife Melanie & their dog Spike in Woodstock, New York
For more information, visit http://www.marcxdelgado.com/
Abbye West Pates - Live in the Coffeehouse
Saturday, September 24, 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM · Add to Calendar
Acoustic Music Live in the Coffeehouse
Abbye West Pates is a singer-songwriter and storyteller based in Memphis, TN. Born and raised in the southern Mississippi, she often writes about the small town that raised her and the city that’s grown her up. Inspired by folk/Americana artists like Patty Griffin and authors like Wendell Berry, Abbye often tells stories through her songs that locate you in a particular place with a particular people, not shying away from life’s real struggles - addiction, divorce, anxiety - but reminding us of grace and faith and forgiveness in the midst of it all.
For more information, visit http://www.abbyewestpates.com
Rorie - Live in the Coffeehouse
Saturday, September 3, 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM · Add to Calendar
Rorie is a singer-songwriter, crafting music that tells stories of both heartache and hope. In 2015, Rorie released a single, “Restore,” which was funded by 98 Kickstarter backers. The song was inspired by her time working for a non-profit organization in New York City, and was recorded with producer Sam Ashworth in Nashville. The accompanying video tells a story of strength and perseverance. This summer, Rorie released her EP, ‘Singing & Silence.’ Produced by Chad Copelin, this collection of songs features intricate composition, uplifting melodies, and thought-provoking lyrics. Currently residing on the shores of the Potomac in Alexandria, Virginia, Rorie is writing and playing shows as much as possible, with the hopes that you will find a part of the story you love and connect to.
For more information, visit http://roriemusic.com
Wilder Adkins with Anthony Alvarado
Saturday, October 8, 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM · Add to Calendar
Acoustic music on the cafe level of the coffeehouse featuring Wilder Adkins and local singer-songwriter Anthony Alvarado.
Wilder Adkins’ songwriting gleans as much from the earthy poetry of Wendell Berry and Mary Oliver as it does from the works of folk luminaries Richard Thompson and Bruce Cockburn. He’s a true theosophical spirit, arrestingly taciturn, but possessed of startling guitar skills, a wit as dry as October leaves, and a tremulous, dented voice that’s frankly mesmerizing. His courtly-but-witty lyrics evoke a Deep South Shelley or Yeats, riding a joyful guitar dexterity. Adkins hails from Marietta, GA, but now lives and writes in Birmingham, AL. He grew up listening to his dad play renditions of Neil Young and Van Morrison songs on an old Guild Jumbo Acoustic. Some time spent in India helped to expand his melodic sense and also provided a chance to learn Hindi. Adkins’ songs, steeped in natural imagery, frequently touch upon the subjects of faith, doubt, and as the title of his new album would indicate, hope and sorrow.
For more information, visit https://www.reverbnation.com/wilderadkins
Saturday, August 27, 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM · Add to Calendar
Acoustic music in the cafe.
Tim McNary started writing songs during the 2 years he spent volunteering and backpacking in South America after college. During the past 5 years, Tim has performed hundreds of shows around the Southeast and shared the stage with The Civil Wars and Griffin House, among many others. He has been compared to Ryan Adams, Ben Howard, and Damien Rice.
He has been featured in the New & Notable section of the popular singer-songwriter web site Noisetrade, received air time on Lightning 100 in Nashville, and was Runner-Up at the well-regarded Eddie’s Attic Bi-Annual Shoot-Out held in November, 2014. He released his 3rd EP, Above The Trees, on April 8th, 2016.
For more information, visit http://www.mcnarymusic.com
Saturday, September 10, 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM · Add to Calendar
Acoustic music in the cafe.
Hadley Kennary is a singer-songwriter whose music is a folk/pop blend of heartfelt, clever lyrics and infectious melodies. Kennary, appropriately pronounced like the bird, started writing music when she was just 14. Now 23, she has a self-titled EP, a full-length album, and graduated from the prestigious Berklee College of Music. Her warm sound is refreshingly honest and contagiously catchy. She has graced stages around the country such as SPACE in Chicago and the Bluebird Cafe in Nashville, as well as several shows in Ireland and the UK. She also appeared on ABC Chicago’s “Windy City Live” in July 2014, where she played to an audience of 250,000+. Most notably, she was named a finalist for both the Rocky Mountain Folks Festival Songwriter Showcase and the Telluride Bluegrass Festival Troubadour Songwriting Contest, where she won 2nd place in June of 2015. Hadley lives in Nashville, Tennessee where she continues to write, record, and perform live.
For more information, visit http://www.hadleykennary.com