Leo Coffeehouse December 15, 2019

Here’s what’s on the schedule for the Leo Coffeehouse this Sunday:

MC: Chuck Black

3:00 PM: 3rd Sunday SingAlong CHANGED TO 4TH SUNDAY IN DECEMBER ONLY A special holiday sing followed by a potluck and then another song circle!

5:30 PM-9:00 PM: QCB Members’ Music Sale and Swap Bring that guitar, ukulele, or any other musical instrument, that you don’t play anymore, or any other musical accessory you think someone might like to buy or trade for.  Also bring a label, or list, to set by your items to let people know who to contact and how much you are looking to get for each item

5:30 PM: Open Jam Founders Hall downstairs. Musicians bring songs to lead in the circle, others provide backup and harmony. This jam continues upstairs during the concert.

5:30 PM: Guitar RoundTable A forum for players of any skill level to exchange ideas so we can all make more and better music together. Bring a question, share a tip. Learn a new lick or chord. Gain a new perspective, share your own with us. Enrich your guitar experience.

7:00 PM (1st set): Open Mic 3 10-minute slots.

7:30 PM (2nd set): Andrew Grim and Ellen Cherry Andrew Grimm is the singer-songwriter behind Baltimore band June Star.  For 20 years he has been blurring country and rock and roll sounds while writing songs about love reminiscent of The Replacements, Lou Reed, and Jimmie Rodgers. ellen cherry is an award winning song and story alchemist, musician and performer. Mixing pathos and humor, her songs showcase her love of storytelling and her passion for history and women’s equality.  After a devastating car wreck, she has spent the last five years fostering recovery and resilience through performance, music, and storytelling.

8:00 PM: Coffee break

8:15 PM (3rd set): Small Potatoes Folk duo Jacquie Manning and Rich Prezioso say it has taken them years of careful indecision to develop a repertoire they describe as “Celtic to Cowboy.” They bring superb musicianship and showmanship, award-winning songwriting, and a strong sense of tradition to their music. 

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 QCB.