Cozy up for a concert in The Café

By on January 10, 2018

Each Friday night, there’s an intimate concert in The Café at Ten Thousand Villages, 240 N. Reading Road, Ephrata.

Concerts last from 6:30 to 8:23 p.m. each evening. This winter’s slate of artists includes:

Jan. 12 — Andrew Pauls: original, story-driven folk music with a playful twist.

Jan. 19 — Matt Wheeler & Vintage Heart: troubadour, poet with a guitar, a stage banter-conversationalist modern indie folk.

Jan. 26 — Kevin Neidig: easy, authentic and soulful vocals, agile, complex, exuberant and witty guitar playing.

Feb. 2 — Julie Kucks & Peter Christiansen: earthy folk and atmospheric, electric energy, a beautifully-matched sound that joins acoustic and electric, emotion and energy.

Feb. 9 — Joe Lerman & Paul: classic rock, country and vintage oldies.

Feb. 16 — Dan Kirby: acoustic folk and popular music, past and current.

Feb. 23 — Jessica Smucker: Indie rock pianist, singer, songwriter pop-friendly melodies with smart, evocative lyrics.

March 2 — Matt Miskie: specializing in singer/songwriters and folk/rock artists of 60s and 70s. Matt’s repertoire is family friendly, instantly recognizable and enjoyed by audiences of all ages.

March 9 — Jamie O’Brien & Henry Koretzky: traditional, contemporary and music hall songs from Ireland and beyond, accompanied by guitar, mandolin and mandocello.

March 16 — Maggie Spike: singer/songwriters featuring folk music drawn from diverse musical styles including acoustic pop, psych folk, Celtic, reggae, jazz, Americana, and world rhythms Original, poignant and highly entertaining.

March 23 — Jeff Raught: composer, singer, pianist, storyteller Jeff’s thoughtful, engaging performances spark laughter and quieter “aha” moments.

March 30 — The Chestnuts: classic country, rock, folk and blues; superb harmonies, fun energy.

To learn more, call Ten Thousand Villages at 717-721-8400.

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