Acoustic Cafe 2013-2014 Season

October 19littlestbirds

The Littlest Birds

The Littlest Birds nest in the Eastern Sierra of California. Both cellist David Huebner and banjo player Sharon Martinson bring decades of classical music training to their catalog of original music, old time, bluegrass, country, and folk classics.  The warmth and depth of sound created by the cello and banjo arrangement will surprise and delight you as it blends with their smooth vocal harmonies.

 

 

 


BobBakerNovember 16

Bob Baker

Local musician Bob Baker has been performing throughout New Hampshire since the 1970s both as a solo artist and in many different groups over the years.  Utilizing guitar and ukulele as his main instruments, he performs original and contemporary acoustic music as well as an assortment of early to mid-20th century Tin Pan Alley and Island songs.

 

 

 


January 18mottau drew and clark

Mottau, Drew & Clark

Local veterans of the New Hampshire folk music scene for more than 40 years, the trio will play a multitude of tunes ranging from folk to ragtime to blues.

 

 

 

 

 


February 15Sylvan Roots

Sylvan Roots

Formed in 2008, Sylvan Roots plays a variety of music including familiar covers ranging from the likes of Alison Krauss, the Grateful Dead, John Denver, and many others. Mixed in are traditional American roots and folk music and original vocal and instrumental selections to add spice.  It is this eclectic repertoire that has established our name and slogan: Sylvan Roots… roots music and more.

 

 

 


March 15rakesofmilford

Rakes of Milford

Ah, those Rakes!  Who knew the Milford area was home to one of the friendliest seisiun (Gaelic for ‘session’) groups around?  It being 2 days before St. Patty’s day, wear some green and come experience traditional Irish jigs, reels and slow airs.  There’ll be some singing too!

 

 

 

 


April 19jeffwarner

Jeff Warner

Seacoast musician Jeff Warner is among the nation’s foremost performers & interpreters of traditional music.  He plays concertina, banjo, guitar and several “pocket” instruments including bones and spoons. Warner’s songs from the lumber camps, fishing villages and mountain tops of America connect 21st century audiences with the everyday lives and artistry of 19th century Americans.  His songs, rich in local history and a sense of place, bring us the latest news from the distant past.