WSC and Gunnison Arts Center Present Folk Coffeehouse #4, Nov. 19
Nov. 16, 2009 -- Western State College of Colorado English professor Bill King and his American roots music class will host an evening of folk music from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 19 at the Gunnison Arts Center.
The Sunshine Singers are among the musicians slated to perform Thursday night at the Folk Coffeehouse #4 at the Gunnison Arts Center.
Folk Coffeehouse #4 brings together local musicians who will perform original and traditional folk ballads. The evening’s eclectic set list ranges from the blues to three-part harmonies to an Irish gig and covers of Leonard Cohen and Bob Dylan. And, of course, a sing-a-long.
The line-up includes: Rob Wattles playing blues on his all-metal guitar with Ryan Morrison on harp and Al Caniff on bass; The Red Head Set, a four-some composed of Thaddeus Smith, Marie Matthews, Tyler Keast and Matt Cotter; Chris Coady; Brooke Boyd’s group performing a three-part harmony; Phil Ward and Lynne Hansen; and Sweet and Sour with Perri Pelletier on fiddle and Bill King on guitar. The night will close with a sing-a-long led by The Sunshine Singers.
The Gunnison Arts Center will accept donations of $3 to $5 for this event, which will benefit the center and its efforts to promote the arts in the community. Food and drinks also will be available.
For more information, contact Bill King at firstname.lastname@example.org or (970) 943-2007.