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November 2009

October 13th, 2009 No comments
Sean Mencher (Photo by Adam Barber)

Sean Mencher (Photo by Adam Barber)

Sean Mencher

The joint’ll be jumpin’ on November 7th when Sean Mencher and his Rhythm Kings return to the Village Coffeehouse!

Sean Mencher has been touring the world for 25 years and puts on an A+ class act appropriate for all ages. His Rhythm Kings band includes the extremely talented virtuoso fiddler, Zach vington, formerly of Nashville, now of Auburn; drummer Marc Cousins, rhythm guitar player Sean Chambers & local hero Jonathan Dawson on stand-up bass.

Mencher and his Rhythm Kings blend the best of traditional American music including rock n’ roll, western swing, bluegrass, jazz, blues and rockabilly – from Duke Ellington to Buddy Holly to Les Paul, Sean Mencher and his band keep the seats empty and the dance floor filled!

You can listen to some of Sean’s songs at his myspace website at http://www.myspace.com/seanmencher

The concert starts at 7:30pm.  Tickets are available at the door:  Adults, $10   Children and Seniors, $5.

For more information, contact Julie Fralich, 926-3161, or the church office, 926-3260.  Directions to the Coffeehouse can be found at http://www.villagecoffeehouse.org/?page_id=13

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October 2009

October 1st, 2009 No comments

Dos Canosos y Otros

(translation: “2 Gray Haired Guys and Others”) plays music in the traditional “son” Afro-Cuban style at the Village Coffeehouse on Saturday, October 3rd, starting at 7:30pm.

The group consists of Cuban born Raul Freyre on lead vocals and bongo, Gary Wittner on guitar and secondary vocals, Norm Bergeron on congas and pandeiro and Wayne Delano on saxophone. In addition to Cuban standards the group also performs original compositions and arrangements of pop tunes by The Beatles, Ray Charles, Nora Jones and others. Collectively, these musicians have performed for over half a century on five continents worldwide.  More information on Dos Canosos y Otros can be found at their website http://www.garywittner.com/pages/home.html.  Directions to the church can be found here.

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