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Concerts for April, 2015


Saturday, April 4th 
Graydon James & Laura Spink
8:00 PM @ the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, 4055 Robinhood Rd, W-S
Cover: $12/$10 F&B members 
This young duo from Toronto, Canada are the driving force in the folk/rock band Graydon James and the Young Novelists, a band which has performed across Canada.  Featuring great vocal harmonies and deft songwriting, the duo has captured audiences with their stripped down arrangements of the band's singalongs and ballads.  They will be releasing their second album this spring.  They come highly recommended.  Check 'em out!


Friday, April 17th 
Bill Staines
8:00 PM @ the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, 4055 Robinhood Rd, W-S
Cover: $15/$13 F&B members 
We're really excited about bringing back this folk scene legend.  One of the most covered songwriters of the folk revival and still going strong after decades of performing across North American and beyond.  Doing over 200 shows a year and travelling 65,000 miles, he shares his songs about cowboys, fishermen, Yukon adventures, and everyday people.  He has also mastered the art of yodeling and won the yodeling contest at the Kerrville Folk Festival one year.  He also teaches yodeling.  He has recorded 26 highly acclaimed solo albums, many on the prestigious Red House Records label.  Staines has been for many years and continues to be one of the most highly respected and loved artists on the American folk scene.  Not to be missed!

Upcoming Concerts and Events

Coming in May:
Venue to be determined.  Please check the website for information.

May 1st - Red Tail Ring - Duo from Michigan with original songs and songs from the old-time tradition featuring Laurel Prem and Michael Beauchamp vocals, guitar, banjo and fiddle.  Cover: $12/$10 F&B members
May 9th - Historic Bethabara Park Highland Games - This year's music will feature Isla, one of the best American Celtic bands, Keith Murphy, singer and guitarist from the band Nightingale, and the great Celtic and World music band from the Triangle area, Craicdown.  The Friday night Ceilidh will feature an open mic and performances by some of the musicians performing Saturday at the Park.  The location of the Ceilidh is yet to be determined.  FREE!
May 15th - Harpeth Rising - Trio of young women featuring Jordana Greenburg on vocals and violin, Rebecca Reed-Lunn on banjo and vocals and Maria DiMeglio on cello and vocals who fuse folk, newgrass, rock and classical music. Cover: $14/$12 F&B members