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With Stephen Benson. Two sets. The North Elk Coffee House is held on the third Saturdays of September through November and January through May. Guest performers present live music in a variety of styles, including: Celtic, Blues, Bluegrass, Jazz, and traditional American folk music. All members of the community are welcome to attend. The Coffee House seats 110 people at small, candlelit tables, in the friendly and intimate style of the coffee houses of the 1950’s and 1960’s. There are desserts, snacks, and coffee, tea, soda, and water available for a suggested donation. The audience is mostly comprised of adults, but there are also families in attendance. The coffee house is smoke-free and alcohol-free, and has no religious affiliation. Directions: The North Elk Coffee House is located in North East, MD, a small community on the northern tip of the Chesapeake Bay. We are housed in the parish hall of St. Mary-Anne’s Episcopal Church. From the north, take Route 95 south to Exit 100A. Follow the left lane on the exit ramp, Route 272 south, toward North East. From the exit, go about two miles, into the town of North East (crossing Route 40 and a small railroad bridge). After the bridge, we are about one half mile farther along, on the right side. It is a large white-sided building with a front porch. Look for the blue and white North Elk Coffee House sign out front. There is on street parking and a parking lot across the street, adjacent to North East United Methodist Church. From the south, take Route 95 north to Exit 100A. Follow the right lane on the exit ramp, Route 272 south. Then follow the directions above.Save
Playing guitar and singing harmonies with the Karen Hudson River Trio. Tribes Hill Presents: Kindred Folk at Embark Peekskill, 925 South Street, Peekskill, NY Sunday September 20th, 4:30-7:30 PM with Susan Kane, Loretta Hagen, Karen Hudson RIver Trio and Solar PunchSave
Bio: Jim Petrie is a guitarist, singer and writer of songs that are a bit country, a bit folky, a bit bluesy, and a bit rock 'n roll; all played with a classical guitarist's touch. He performs both as a solo artist and with his eponymous band. Jim is a graduate of the Hartt School of Music and studied...See Full Bio