Upcoming Shows

Upcoming Shows

  • Join us for Andrew Finn Magill on Saturday, November 11th at 7:30PM

    Andrew Finn Magill first started playing fiddle at age 10 and by 16 was a two-time finalist at the All-Ireland championships. In 2009, he received a Fulbright-MtvU Fellowship to co-write and co-produce an album that musically captures ten experiences of HIV/AIDS through song in Malawi, Southern Africa. The result, Mau a Malawi: Stories of AIDS was released on October 14th, 2011 as a multimedia show at the University of North Carolina’s Memorial Hall. Sales from the studio album Mau a Malawi are invested in programs to keep vulnerable Malawian children in school and empower them through the arts. “The inspiring cross-cultural performances on this beautiful album “Mau A Malawi: Stories of AIDS” remindRead More →

  • Join us for Low Lily on Friday, February 16th, 2018 at 7:30PM

      The string and vocal trio Low Lily (formerly Annalivia) explores the roots and branches of American folk music with traditional influences and modern inspiration that weaves together a unique brand of acoustic music. Liz Simmons (vocals and guitar) Flynn Cohen (vocals, guitar, and mandolin) and Lissa Schneckenburger (vocals and fiddle) are masterful players with deep relationships to traditional music styles ranging from bluegrass, to Irish, Scottish, New England, and Old Time Appalachian sounds.  When you combine this with stellar composition skills and inventive arrangements you get music that is rooted yet contemporary. Get tickets at:  http://aplaceforfolk.org/index.php/tickets/ Website: http://www.lowlily.comRead More →

  • Join us for Marc Berger on Saturday, March 24th, 2018 at 7:30PM

    Saturday March 24th @ 7:30pm   Marc Bergen (to be confirmed)    www.MarcBergerMusic.com Marc’s life has been about pursuing twin passions: creating and recording his American roots songs, and exploring remote areas of the desert and mountain West.  After signing his first publishing contract while in law school, he fronted rock bands and performed regularly in New York City clubs like CBGB, Wetlands, and The Knitting Factory.  All through this period, he’d find ways to get into the West, picking up details from fellow wilderness junkies about off the beaten path locales and filing them away for future reference.  On one of these trips, heRead More →