The "Naborhood" Coffee Talk
Wednesdays
11:00 am - 1:00 pm
Presented by Doris Nabors and June Beverly
5910 Hampton St., Melrose, Fl at the corner of State Rd. 26
If you can, bring a dish to share for a community potluck brunch.


 

josephMarkWednesday, July 6, 2016
Joseph Mark
Joseph Mark has performed for over 40 years at many clubs and music festivals throughout Florida. Starting out as a classical musician he now brings guitar and fiddle to stage to share traditional and old-time tunes, along with his own reflective original songs to paint scenes we are all in.


 

keithPetersWednesday, July 13, 2016
Talking Stick
KeithPeters, of Hawthorne, FL, has been writing his own brand of music pushing 5 decades. Over the years, his evolving music has morphed to embrace elements of reggae, calypso, bosa, swing, jazz, eclectic folk, R & R. The songs are engaging and up-beat, often with a message. His music emphasizes rhythmic expression, with a unique sound of its own. Keith is joined by Walter “Boom, Boom” Jones, percussion; Jon Alexander, steel and Richard Bassil, bass; Talking Stick website: www.talkingstickmusic.com


elaineMlaurenHeintzWednesday, July 20, 2016
Elaine Mahon, Lauren Heintz
Gainesville, Florida native Elaine Mahon’s 2013 release of RISE (Gatorbone Records) has been recognized by the acoustic music community as one of the top albums of the year. Songs from RISE have been receiving airplay from over sixty radio stations from around the world. An award-winning songwriter, Mahon forms an immediate and intimate emotional connection with her audience. With a sweet and resonant voice backed by deft guitar-work, Mahon delivers songs that are at once captivating and memorable.

Lauren Heinz, Gatorbone Studios Recording Artist, Lauren Nicole Heintz, is a singer/songwriter out of Orlando, Florida. She’s been performing professionally for only two years, but with her skillful guitar stylings, uniquely deep voice, and award-winning songs she is already becoming a mainstay at the major Florida folk festivals and tours the country performing concerts. In 2012 she released her first album, Feels Like a Miracle. Her awards include a 2014 win at the South Florida Folk Festival singer/songwriter competition, a 2013 win at the Walnut Valley Festival song contest, and two Top Ten placings at the Will Mclean New Florida Song Contest."


 

artAndPatsyWednesday, July 27, 2016
Art Crummer and Patsy Murray
A mixture of folk, swing, Hank Williams type country, gospel, and some originals.  Patsy on guitar and fiddle, and Art on guitar.  Both do vocals.