Thursday nights are Open Stage Night from 7:00 pm to 10 pm. $3 admission. Doors open at 6:30 pm. Order of play determined by order of arrival. One song per rotation. Come to play or to listen! Open Stage Info
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Friday October 2 ~ First Friday Fiddler's Dream Free-For-All ~
Come by for a cup of coffee and a song or two! Tonight we are going to do a song circle / open stage type format, and will just have some fun making music and sharing song and story. Free admission, coffee and most other beverages are a dollar. And we've got cookies too!
Doors open at 7:15 pm. Admission is Free!
Saturday October 3 ~ Acoustic Evening with Red Rock Crossing & Marconias ~
8:00 pm, Red Rock Crossing has just released their second CD, "Hold Me Jesus," and will be sharing their music that they call Folk grass...all kinds of music with a sweet blend of folk and bluegrass! Making great music with members Gary Tinstman, bass and vocals and sound man. Rochelle Tinstman, mandolin and percussion and vocals. Terri Sue Rossi, rhythm guitar, banjo, mandolin and percussion and vocals.
9:20 pm, Marconias lives in Tempe; he is a favorite among local Phoenix musicians, beloved by his peers and listeners. He has played in bands off and on, as well as embarking on successful solo outings. His style and wit are legendary. Marconias' early musical influences were the Beatles, Neil Young, Eagles; he is now more recently listening to Patty Larkin, Loudon Wainwright, Steve Earle and the like.
Marconias is a avid bluegrass mandolin player, regularly jamming at meetups and sessions and rattling the walls. You just might find him at various Folk Festivals promoting his songs and supporting other artists and the music he knows and loves.
Marconias constantly fills text in this paragraph to see if any one really reads this shit. The only way he will know is if someone says something to him. So please, since we use his page as a source for our posts, please say something to him.
Admission tonight is $8. Doors open at 7:15 pm.