Fiddler’s Dream Performance Schedule

Thursday nights are Open Stage Night from 7:30 to 10 pm.  $3 admission.  Come to play or to listen! Doors open at 6:30 pm, be there to put your name in the hat if you want to play! Two songs or eight minutes, whichever comes first! 

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Friday, July 25 ~ Kray Van Kirk ~ Kathy Mabry ~

8:00 pm, Kray Van Kirk is an Alaskan singer-songwriter, delivering performances that the Borderline Folk Club in New York called "...what every singer-songwriter should aspire to." His warm and intimate concerts on six- and twelve-string guitar have received critical praise and enthusiastic receptions from the house concert circuit to festivals and larger stages. His songs are rich tapestries of myth (The Queen of Elfland, Three Days to England), passionate echoes of the world (A Chorus of Stones, Dust), and a pure expression of the American singer-songwriter (A Medicine for Melancholy, Walk With Me). At the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, where many shows receive only a handful of audience members due to the sheer volume of available performances, his room was sold out, leaving some folks sitting on the stairs and a Fringe reviewer to write "the Alaskan singer-songwriter, in his Edinburgh debut, was not the reason I arrived early, but certainly why I stayed late".

Living without road access in Alaska might not seem the best way to be a touring musician, but that's where he makes his home with his daughter, one cat, and far too many books to fit into one room (along with the occasional bear sitting in the front seat of his car). He supports his touring through proceeds from live shows only, as he no longer sells CD or charges money for his songs; all of them wait patiently on his website, ready to march their way across the world like little digital penguins, leaving no footprints in the snow.

9:20 pm,  Kathy Mabry -  A marvelous singer and songwriter, Kathy Mabry returns to Fiddlers Dream after a musical hiatus and two years out of state. She has played many Arizona venues including Fidds, Glendale Folk Festival, Flagstaff Folk Festival, Phoenix Blues Blast, Rhythm Room, Chicks with Picks Music Festival, Paradise Lounge, Cave Creek Coffee, Copper Star Coffee, Extreme Bean, and Buffalo Chip Saloon.

She is thrilled to be returning to Fiddlers Dream and will be playing a mix of originals and covers. Her original material is a mix of blues, folk, and country, and covers range from Patty Griffin to Tom Petty. Her CD, “Tonight,” will be available. She looks forward to reconnecting and sharing music and stories.

Admission tonight is $8.  Doors open at 7:15 pm.  
 

Saturday July 26 ~ Cavu ~ Heartlyn Rae ~

8:00 pm, Cavu comes again to Fiddler's Dream with their eclectic blend of original music, and will also treat you to something special by introducing you to some amazing musical friends! Come for a good visit and some fresh new sounds! Cavu is led by Ken and Peggie Balcom, on guitar and piano/accordion and they are accompanied by Mark Converti on cello, Bonnie Teplik on violin, Jimmy Banister on percussion and banjo, and Jordan Owen on mandolin. 

9:20 pm, Heartlyn Rae - A country duo featuring two best friends and sister harmonies, Heartlyn Rae is a vocal harmony country-pop/rock duo based in Scottsdale, Arizona. With years of collective performance experience, this duo is rapidly rising in the Southwest on the strength of their captivating live performances. Featuring lead singers Alexis Driscoll and Julia Frys, HEARTLYN RAE has opened for national acts like Clint Black, Little Big Town, Oak Ridge Boys, and performed at major Arizona venues like Desert Sky Pavilion, Jobing.com Arena, Pepsi Amphitheater, Orpheum Theater, the Showroom at Talking Stick and more.They headline Casino Arizona’s Country Night every Monday, perform at Jus Country on Wednesdays and have a residency at Scottsdale’s premiere honkytonk The Western every Friday and Saturday in 2014. The girls are also featured on Casino Arizona’s 40-foot video billboard suspended over Arizona’s busiest freeway.They are recording an EP this spring in Nashville with esteemed producer Ted Hewitt (Rodney Atkins' producer) and will launch their first single and music video July 1, 2014. “...They may be the next big thing to hit country music...” ~Fox 10 Phoenix 

Admission tonight is $8.  Doors open at 7:15 pm.

 

Fiddler's Dream is located one block north of Glendale Avenue on 17th Street, on the Southeast corner of 17th Street and Cactus Wren. Use the newly opened Sprouts grocery at 16th Street and Glendale as a landmark - we are one block further East on Glendale, and when you reach 17th Street turn North and go one block to Cactus Wren.  1702 East Glendale, Phoenix, AZ, 85020 is the street address to plug into your map app.