Leo Coffeehouse January 5, 2020

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


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:  Ukulele Jam Bring your ukulele along with favorite chord and lyric sheets to share with others (~10 copies). Also bring questions and/or playing tips. Play a little…learn a little. All levels.

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

7:30 PM (2nd set): Dave Mason Dave was born in England and grew up in South Africa. He writes about places he has been, people he has met and issues that touch his heart. Dave is also a recognized solo highland bagpiper. 

8:15 PM (3rd set): Mike Oberst Accomplished multi-instrumentalist, artist, songwriter best known as co-founder of The Tillers. Folk Radio UK credits  Mike as one of the few keeping alive the rich heritage of traditional 17th and 18th century Anglo and Scottish-American folk ballads. 

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.

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