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CFS 2013-2014 Gathering Concert Series
Concert
Date: June 13, 2014
Time: 7:30 pm

Location: Show map
Great Aunt Stella Center
926 Elizabeth Avenue
Charlotte, NC 28204

Contact: Wanda Hubicki
Phone: 704-563-7080
Site: www.folksociety.org

The Charlotte Folk Society, founded in 1982, wraps up its current Gathering Concert series with a Members’ Showcase, designed to highlight both the diversity and quality of musical talent among our membership.


Guests are invited to arrive at 7:00 PM to enjoy a 30-minute performance by the Community Singers, an intergenerational folk choir whose goal is to build community and promote peace through music. Showcase performers:

Matthew Alexander (Singer/songwriter)
Alan Davis (Traditional songs & accordion)
David Fee (Celtic octave mandolin)
Leland Haywood (Autoharp & humorous songs)
Hem and Haw (Country songs & corny humor)
Lemonds Family Band (Bluegrass)
Melissa Mummert & Greg Clarke (Singer/songwriter)
New Morning Sky (Bluegrass)
John Renwick & Mark Willingham (Appalachian dulcimers)
The Dog Walkers (‘60s folk & honky-tonk)
Cindy Thomson (Jazz vocalist)
Work Release (Old-time band)

 

Free; donations appreciated.




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