February 14 Leo Coffeehouse
The Leo Coffeehouse presents great roots music in a welcoming room every Sunday at Zion United Church of Christ, at the intersection of Indian Mound Avenue. and Montgomery Road in Norwood.
Emcee: Chuck Black
|5:30 PM||Open Jam, Founders Hall. All welcome.
Songwriters’ Collaborative, Upstairs Room To Be Decided. Anyone interested in songwriting is welcome.
Workshop: Upstairs Room To Be Decided. Harmonica with Dave Gilligan. Free to members, $5 for non-members.
|1ST SET (7PM)||Dave Gilligan
Fans of the Leo have come to expect Dave’s post-holiday-football commentary-in-song.
|2ND SET (7:30PM)||Pike 27
Jangly, passionate roots music informed by REM, The Stones, Alejandro Escovedo, Steve Earle. For their Leo appearance, Pike 27 explores their softer, folkier side.
|3RD SET (8:15PM)||Cookin’ Hearts
A folk-influenced group from Cincinnati known for their alternative instrumentation layered with soothing vocal harmonies.
Queen City Balladeers Board
The 2015-2016 QCB Officers are:
- President: Chuck Black
- Vice-president: Spencer Funk
- Treasurer: Bev Hansen
- Historian: Dennis Iverson
- Secretary: Jude Smith
The board is responsible for all financial decisions and for setting the direction for the Balladeers for the year in which the officers serve. The board year begins in September, with the opening of the club, and ends the following year when the club opens and a new board is installed.
Spread The Word About The Balladeers
You can be on the Balladeers “Street Team” and help spread the word about who we are and what we do. To learn more about helping to promote the Balladeers (with some links to information about using social media to promote anything) click Help Market the Queen City Balladeers.