Host Heidi Howe and I will be trading cover tunes and a few originals.
SO EXCITED that I was invited to be part of Project ACORN this year!
Project ACORN—an acronym for Art, Community, Originality, Rhythm, and Nature—evolved from the diversity and spirit of the Ferdinand Folk Festival as a means to continue planting new ideas and cultivating growth in the community. Several all-volunteer citizens wanted to foster accessible, year-round opportunities for all ages to experience fun and educational art, music, and environmental/wellness events. Following some lively brainstorming sessions and community conversations, in the summer of 2016, the committee launched the first season of classes, hikes, workshops, concerts, children’s theatre, films, and field trips. The annual four-season series—fifteen events per season (only this autumn season, patrons get a holiday bonus!)—are presented by area volunteer teachers, artisans, musicians, chefs, naturalists, historians, and enthusiasts of all kinds. In the first five seasons, 75 events have brought hundreds of people together—developing new friendships, learning together, networking, expanding upon positive ideas for the community and beyond.
Classic covers and original songs. Some of the best beer and food in Southern Indiana!
Tonya Buckler and I will be warming up the room for Nashville songwriter Ariel Bui's Louisville tour stop. The best listening room in town!
Private Showcase Schedule:
Two-Way Street Coffeehouse (hosted by Denny Davis):
Friday night 12:40 am (actually Saturday morning) Room 212
Uncorked Room (hosted by Loretta Sawyer):
Saturday night 12:30 am (actually Sunday morning) Room 214
Saturday 4:20 pm Amos Dean D
Heidi and I will trade our favorite cover tunes. Free and early! Food is available. Not a kid friendly club.
Thrilled to announce that I'm one of 16 artists to be featured in this year's Ferdinand Folk Festival!
Nestled among the hills and fields of southwestern Indiana, the Ferdinand Folk Festival is an earth-friendly and family-friendly event promoting music, the arts, and the environment. Held on the third Saturday of September, at summer’s end and autumn’s arrival, this free festival, located in Ferdinand’s 18th Street Park, features nationally-acclaimed musicians as well as exceptional local and regional acts.
Tons of great Louisville artists playing to support those hurt by Hurricane Harvey. I start playing at 6p and will be matching donations made during my set up to $100.
Thrilled to announce that I am one of 16 writers who will be featured in this year's Ferdinand Folk Festival! The Festival itself happens on 16 September. However, I and the other 15 artists will be performing at a public showcase, which this year will be held in the intimate and comfortable Forest Park High School auditorium.
This is the third in Walden's Listening Room Series hosted by Mr. Kincade's Song Studies class. A listening room is a mindful way of listening to music. No distractions. No flashy lights. Just the singer and their song. The show is open to ALL AGES! There is a $5 suggested donation.