One Lane Bridge
Venue Address (Get Directions)Common Grounds Coffee House
Date and Time
Saturday, October 26th, 2013 at 7:00pm
$5 Suggested donation
(Don't forget canned goods for donation to North Fulton Community Charities!)
As of October 15, 2013 the following items are in short supply in our Food Pantry at NFCC. Listed in order of greatest need!
Cereal & Oatmeal
Meals in a can (ravioli, beef stew, chili, beef-a-roni, etc)
Canned beans (black, kidney, pinto, navy – any beans but NO green beans)
Canned vegetables (peas, carrots, potatoes, mixed vegetables, etc but NO corn)
Canned fruit (peaches, fruit cocktail, pears, etc)
Peanut butter and jelly (no glass containers)
Diapers (large sizes 4, 5 and 6)
Toiletries (bar soap, shampoo, deodorant, toothpaste, toothbrushes, razors, etc)
Meals in boxes (hamburger helper, tuna helper, etc)
Tomato products & pasta sauce (but NO pasta)
Canned soup – non-cream based (chicken noodle, vegetable beef, etc)
Dry beans - 1 pound bags (black beans, pinto beans, navy beans, etc)
Baking items (cake mix, brownie mix, muffin mix, flour, sugar, etc)
Canned tuna & meats (chicken, ham, etc)
One of the children in our Congregation, Maeve, came to the realization that everyone should have a toothbrush and together with the UUMAN Social Justice Action Committee launched the 300 Toothbrushes Project for North Fulton Community Charities. The goal is to collect 300 toothbrushes for NFCC in the month of October. So if you could bring a new toothbrush to donate in addition to a food item, it will be greatly appreciated.
One Lane Bridge
Individually known as Mike Cerra, Cameron Morrison Kane, and Celia McDermott, together they are “One Lane Bridge”, an acoustic trio bringing renditions of songs bridging years of love and life, including the Beatles, Bonnie Raitt, Joni Mitchell, Bob Dylan, Indigo Girls, James Taylor, David Wilcox, John Prine, and many others.
About Mike: Mike has been playing since the Ed Sullivan Show changed his life. An ex -southern boogie bar band rock'n roller gone acoustic, Mike was a student of Pete Huttlinger. Among his list of credits is playing and performing original solo instrumental pieces at Jorma Kaukonen's Fur Peace Ranch. He plays multiple stringed instruments and performs locally when time allows. Mike is married and the proud parent of two Georgia Southern graduates.
About Cameron: Cameron Morrison Kane has evolved out of the folk tradition of Greenwich Village. While using his guitar to craft instrumental melodies and vocal accompaniment for his light baritone voice, Cameron also plays lively harmonica solos that have delighted audiences in Roswell for several years. His influences are Bob Dylan, Phil Ochs and Richie Havens. About Cameron from his lovely wife, Ginger: "Nice guy, very funny most people say he's not bad."
About Celia: According to her parents, Celia could sing before she could talk. She grew up singing barbershop harmonies from the age of 5 with her family’s quartet. After studying jazz arranging and vocals at Berklee College of Music, she has performed locally in the Atlanta area for years in many groups, spanning the bridge between jazz, acoustic, gospel, and rock. She served as a choir director at Transfiguration in Marietta, and spent ten years directing “Cheaper Than Therapy”, an a cappella group. A highlight of her career was having the honor of singing solos for several years with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra’s gospel choir.
Rye released their first studio album, Cumberland Island, in May of 2013, it is evident how much they have grown since an inauspicious beginning four years ago. Rye is brothers David & Jonathan Fallis. “We have always been committed to writing the most honest songs we can,” says David Fallis, the older of the two. “In a lot of ways, we have had to grow into our songs.” Cumberland Island captures that growth with subtlety and candid storytelling.