Ray Lewis Presents
MUDVILLE MUSIC ROOM, Jacksonville, FL 32207     Phone: 904-352-7008
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Free Admission (Donations appreciated)
  Tue Dec 02 14, 07:30 PM
Songwriters Contest
Tickets: $5
View details at www.RayLewisPresents.com
PLAY Thu Dec 04 14, 07:30 PM
Annalise Emerick, Meredith Rae Woodard, LADIES WITH LYRICS
Tickets: $10
Songwriters in the round
PLAY Fri Dec 05 14, 07:30 PM
Louise Mosrie, Cliff Eberhardt
Tickets: $20
PLAY Wed Dec 10 14, 07:30 PM
Sarah Mac Band
Tickets: $10
  Thu Dec 11 14, 07:30 PM
Pierce Pettis
Tickets: $15
Pierce Pettis came out of that '80s folk movement that brought us the likes of Suzanne Vega, Tracy Chapman and Bill Morrissey. Like the three aforementioned songwriters, Pettis does not waste his time navel gazing or spouting platitudes. He writes honest little stories and slices of life. His characters fall in and out of love and experience doubt and confusion, but they do so in ways that seem personal and real. - See more at: http://www.atlantamusicguide.com/2009/02/04/cd-review-pierce-pettis-that-kind-of-love/#sthash.XB7fIvjc.dpuf
PLAY Fri Dec 12 14, 07:30 PM
Benefit for the Society for the Prevention of Suicide, Julie Durden, Sinclair
Tickets: TBD
PLAY Sat Dec 13 14, 07:30 PM
Larry Mangum's Songwriters Circle, Ellen Bukstel, Jack Mentzel
Tickets: $10
Songwriters in the Round Larry Mangum: Sweet, sentimental song writing, vocal understatement and a clear sense of what it means to entertain a crowd—these are the gifts Larry brings to the table. It’s virtually impossible to watch his show and not feel musically satisfied.
PLAY Wed Dec 17 14, 07:30 PM
Grant Peeples, Bad Santa Night, Chelsea Dix-Kessler
Tickets: TBD
ADULT CONCERT It's the wickedest night of the holidays! Your last chance to be naughty before you have to clean up your act for Christmas!
PLAY Sat Dec 20 14, 07:30 PM
Jack Williams
Tickets: $15
".... his artistry... is nothing short of amazing. Dazzling picking, expressive voice, unique and interesting songs. He is a showman in the best sense of the word and just wowed our audience. I think they would have followed him anywhere." Rich Warren, WFMT "Midnight Special", Chicago IL If there is anyone not familiar with Jack's incredible songwriting and prodigious performance skills, my sympathies to you. A Jack Williams show is a slam-dunk win-win-win for all. One of the most enlightened and entertaining performers I've ever encountered. Dave Humpreys, Two Way Street Coffeehouse in Downers Grove IL
  Sat Dec 27 14, 07:30 PM
Michael Peter Smith
Tickets: $15
Michael Peter Smith is a Chicago-based singer-songwriter. Rolling Stone Magazine once called him "The greatest songwriter in the English language". He has been singing and composing since the 1960s, and his rich and challenging songs have been recorded by more than 30 performers. He is best known for writing "The Dutchman", which was popularized by Steve Goodman and also recorded by Tom Russell, John McDermott, Gamble Rogers, Jerry Jeff Walker, the New Kingston Trio, Liam Clancy, Anne Hills, Suzy Bogguss, Norm Hacking, Bernard Wrigley, and Robert James Waller.
  Tue Jan 06 15, 08:00 PM
Mudville Music Room Songwriting Contest
Tickets: $5
$100 cash prize - see rules and signup information at www.RayLewisPresents.com
PLAY Sat Jan 10 15, 07:00 PM
Friends of Florida Folk Annual Meeting, Cindy Bear
Tickets: TBD
North Florida Folk Network is hosting the Friends of Florida Folk Annual Meeting with several NFFN members performing.
PLAY Wed Jan 14 15, 07:30 PM
Heather Pierson
Tickets: TBD
Heather Pierson is an award-winning pianist, multi-genre singer/songwriter, arranger, bandleader, and performer. From New Orleans-style jazz and blues to rousing Americana and poignant folk narratives, Heather’s live performances move seamlessly and effortlessly from one style to the next, and a growing catalog of wildly divergent CD releases reflects her boundless creativity. She is now finishing up work on her eighth studio recording, Motherless Child, a collection of inspired originals and renditions of blues and jazz standards that promises to be her best release to date.
PLAY Thu Jan 15 15, 07:30 PM
Hardin Burns
Tickets: $15
Guitarist Andrew Hardin and vocalist Jeannie Burns have teamed up to write, record, and perform as Hardin Burns. After meeting at Woody Guthrie Folk Festival in 2009, the two began writing what would eventually become their self- released debut recording "Lounge" in 2012. "Lounge" includes nine original songs and a cover of George Harrison's "Beware Of Darkness." The duo have also recorded a two-song CD of a new original "Ache" and Howlin' Wolf's classic "Smokestack Lightning." Acoustic Guitar Magazine included "Lounge" on its Essential Acoustic Albums list for 2012 and called it "...an addictive set of earthy, hook-filled melodies, stunning harmonies, and graceful virtuosity on acoustic and electric guitars." In April 2014 , the duo recorded their second collection, entitled “Down The Deep Well” which will be released in the fall. Co-produced by Gabe Rhodes in Spicewood, Texas, the recording features legendary drummer Dony Wynn and upright bassist David Carroll. Andrew Hardin lives outside of Austin, Texas, and is best known for his long association with songwriter Tom Russell. He has also performed and recorded with such artists as Jimmy LaFave, Eliza Gilkyson, Malcolm Holcombe, and Joel Guzman. He has released four solo albums of instrumental guitar music and a new retrospective entitled "Lost Pines" featuring noted guitarists Albert Lee and Amos Garrett. Jeannie Burns, the eighth of twelve siblings, lives in Ithaca, New York, and performed with the Burns Sisters for over twenty years. The Burns Sisters released eight albums and have toured extensively as back up singers for Arlo Guthrie. Jeannie released an excellent solo album "Coming Up Close" in 2000. In addition to touring in Texas, New York, Florida, and California, Hardin Burns has recently toured Italy and Alberta, Canada. They performed "Talk Of The Town" and "My City Was Gone" at the Barns At Wolf Trap (near Washington, DC) in a tribute to Chrissy Hynde, and performed on the train they call "City Of New Orleans" from Chicago to New Orleans. What sets Hardin Burns apart from the crowd is their ability to combine traditional musical styles such as blues and country with visionary, modern lyrical ideas. Their sound brings to mind such acts as Raising Sand or CivilWars. Influences include Johnny Cash, Howlin' Wolf, Lucinda Williams, Warren Zevon, Al Green, the Rolling Stones, and George Harrison. In live performance, expect to hear Jeannie's evocative, bluesy vocals framed by Andrew's inspired and inventive guitar playing.
PLAY Fri Jan 16 15, 07:30 PM
Monroe Crossing
Named in honor of Bill Monroe, “The Father of Bluegrass Music,” Monroe Crossing dazzles audiences with an electrifying blend of classic bluegrass, bluegrass gospel, and heartfelt originals. Their airtight harmonies, razor sharp arrangements, and on-stage rapport make them audience favorites across the United States and Canada. Based in Minnesota, the group plays an average of 125 shows a year at major venues and festivals, frequently for non-bluegrass audiences — and people often comment that they’d never really liked bluegrass music until they attended a Monroe Crossing concert!
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