Join us for another inspiring event when American Elm and The Meadows Brothers grace the Olde Church! Only 25 tickets available, act fast!
Be part of our exclusive, small and safe audience as we once again support CT’s best singer/songwriters’ return to live performances. Visit our website to purchase tickets today, and act fast our last show sold out! Doors at 6; showtime 6:30!
The beautiful acoustics of the First Congregational Church are poised to make a return and we’d love to have you be part of it. Of course, all Covid protocols will be in place: temperature screening, distancing and hand sanitization station. No food will be served at this event.
Joe Flood is a songwriter, singer, and multi-instrumentalist who has performed, written, and recorded with many of the great names in American roots music, among them The Band, Blues Traveler, Dr. John, Bottle Rockets, Laura Cantrell, Eric Andersen, Happy and Artie Traum, Jim Weider, Eric “Roscoe” Ambel, Jono Manson, and the list goes on! Visit Joe’s website to learn more.
Christopher Cavaliere is a Musician Singer/Songwriter from Bridgeport, CT. His work is based upon creating musical collages composed of a wide range of styles. As a performer Chris has opened for many well known touring acts like Marc Rinot, Kaki King, The Stepkids, Antoine Dufour and Perhaps. Chris has been a featured artist for the Ovation VXT guitar and endorsed by B&K guitars. Chris’s album “Monrovia Suite” was featured in Guitar Player Magazine and lauded in the local press as well. Cavaliere’s current music projects include his bands, Symphonic Bodega and multimedia group DaDa Mr. Visit Chris’s website for more of his background.
We were back outside for some new music from the Olde Church Acoustic Series. The weather was chilly, but the music was hot!
OCAS continued to adjust to the pandemic by mixing in a variety of venues, this time for a small but enthusiastic audience outdoors at the Augusta Curtis Cultural Center in Meriden on October 8, 2020.
David Taylor Coffey kicked things off in rollicking fashion, followed by a nice set from The Moon Shells. The Podunk Throwbacks closed the day with some solid jams.
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