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Open mic at 7:30 followed by featured performers

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Saturday November 7th

Moors and McCumber

Incredibly talented multi-instrumentalists, dedicated performers, prolific songwriters, and gifted and expressive vocalists, Moors & McCumber have wandered beyond good and into the elusive land of great.
James Moors (vocals, guitars, ukulele, mandolin and Irish bouzouki) based in Superior, WI and Kort McCumber (vocals, keys, cello, guitars, Irish tenor banjo, Irish bouzouki, fiddle, mandolin, accordion, harmonica, upright and electric bass) based in Gold Hill, CO embrace a bigger sound than most duos, switching up instruments on almost every song, they create catchy melodies that are big, bright and electrifying to watch live!
More than a decade into their musical pilgrimage, they continue to define, and redefine, their sound, their persona, their love for music and their unwavering commitment to bringing great music to listeners throughout the United States and Ireland.
The recordings speak for themselves. Follow the musical pilgrimage through the years and listen to the evolution and revolution of their sound. Where does it go from here?  Time will tell. But one thing is certain – the attention to detail and commitment to quality that forms the foundation of each and every seemingly new moment will always remain. In fact, that is the map that has led Moors & McCumber into, and will continue to lead them deeper into, the land of great.

” These guys should be playing every major Festival in the country. They bring it all to the stage and deliver it in a big way ” – Lloyd Maines. Grammy award winning Producer and Multi-instumentalist.

 “Moors and McCumber take the vocal duet thing back to the days of Simon and Garfunkel or Crosby and Nash. Their recordings are great…” James KillenHouston Music Review

 “Multi­instrumentalist, Americana ­folk­ bluegrass­ newgrass groups are making waves in popular music these days (think Mumford and Sons, The Avett Brothers, Shovels and Rope, The Civil Wars, etc.) and Moors & McCumber are leaders in the revolution, not followers.”  – Bailey Jones  Sundilla Concert series

Saturday December 5th

Eli West  with Ben Winship

Eli West is a Seattle-based multi-instrumental musician and interactive graphic designer. With an interest in angular phrasing and non-tradional improvisation within the historic precedents of bluegrass and old-time music, his playing both grounds and pushes the ensembles he is involved with.

He has released three records as half of the new/old-time duo Cahalen Morrison & Eli West, which tours regularly throughout the US and Europe. Eli is an active ingredient playing guitar, banjo, and bouzouki with both Jayme Stone’s Lomax Project and John Reischman and the Pine Siskens.  

He is currently pursuing a solo record, collaborating with some favorite musicians, such as Moira Smiley, Bill Frisell, and others. 

Tim O’Brien says, “Music like this doesn’t come along very often. This stuff just reassures me.”

More videos can be found at:

This video with Cahalen Morrison

Coming up in 2016

January 2nd

 Paul Asbell

February 6th

Last Train to Zinkov~David and Nathan Gusakov

March 5th

Connor Garvey / Sorcha

April 2nd

Harpeth Rising

May 7th

Rhythm Future Quartet