Concerts This Week
January 17 & 19
Apr. 13 -
Apr. 27 -
April 11 -
Ray Lewis Presents...
AT BOTH LOCATIONS
Please bring cash for admission.
4 and if necessary we may have to seat others with you to maximize attendance.
reservation by 7:30 pm
The Rest of Jan.
John Thomas Group
Band of Brothers
Little Mike and
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with a stamped,
listening room concerts
Thursday Jan.17 - 8 pm
1704 San Marco Blvd.
First Jacksonville performance!
and raised in rural Ohio, with Hungarian roots, Polkas Polkas...and
eastern European food..A little bit of Gypsy soul in this guy...
Whether it’s his hypnotic guitar
bubbling banjo, or short story lyrics, his music draws from his urban adventures
his rural Ohio roots, exuding a remarkable timeless
In 1987, The Kent State Folk Festival
changed his life. After hearing Harvey Reid and the Horseflies at the festival,
Joe sold his electric guitar, bought a steel string and never looked back. He's
a fiddler and a pretty darn good percolating clawhammer banjo player to boot...
He has performed
throughout the US, at Folk Festivals, Coffeehouses, venues... There is not
a navel gazing break- up song to be found anywhere… "Go see this
man perform".... his audience rapport, musicianship and playful stage presence
is intense, mesmerizing, and
JAN. 19 - 8 PM
European Street Cafe
5500 Beach Blvd.
is a sage musician, a lyrical genius and a master of the
guitar. If you're familiar with the
intricate Texas singer/ songwriter
jigsaw puzzle, you probably
already know a lot about Taylor. If
not familiar with Taylor by name, you've probably heard his
songs performed by people such as Nanci Griffith and Lyle Lovett.
He has created a multitude of fans and devotees that are
legends themselves in the singer/songwriter realm, artists who
have long considered Taylor to be a teacher and a lantern bearer
whose time is long overdue.
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