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Concert Schedule

Saturday 4/14/2018 7:30 PM
No Fuss and Feathers

No Fuss and Feathers is the “heck-of-a-good-time” collaboration hatched by The YaYas (Catherine Miles and Jay Mafale), Karyn Oliver, and Carolann Solebello. Onstage, NFF is a dynamic, cohesive cocktail of delicious harmonies, infectious rhythm, and spontaneous hilarity — with award-winning songwriting always at center stage. Individually, the four are nationally touring performers who have charted at the top of Folk and Americana radio and appeared at some of the nation’s most respected festivals. Collectively, they are an incorrigible bunch of musical co-conspirators bent on giving their audience an unforgettable show.

Carolann, Karyn, Catherine, and Jay are four long-time friends (based in New York) who tour independently of each other but decided it would be fun to play together sometimes. What started out as an occasional songwriters-in-the-round side project quickly evolved into a full-fledged band. Sometimes referred to as a modern folk quartet, NFF is truly a mix of the styles of the three songwriting entities: pop-infused-literate folk, bluesy-country-tinged acoustic, and Brooklyn-edged-Americana.

One of the cohesive elements of a No Fuss and Feathers show is that all four members have theater backgrounds, so just as important as the songwriting is what happens between the songs. They share their friendship and camaraderie with the audience, making the audience part of the performance. No Fuss and Feathers' first CD, Traveling Circus, was released in January 2016.


Advance tickets $20. Tickets purchased here will be held for pickup at the door.
Tickets bought at the door the night of the concert $25.

Saturday 5/19/2018 7:30 PM
Susan Werner

After writing more than a dozen albums of songs in styles ranging from folk/rock to Tin Pan Alley to gospel, country and chamber music, what might a woman deemed by National Public Radio as “The Empress of the Unexpected” try next?  In addition to writing “Bull Durham, The Musical,” based on the beloved 1986 MGM film, Susan released a new album “An American in Havana”, chronicling her love of Cuban music refined on recent visits to Cuba.

And as audiences will testify, Werner’s been knocking it out of the park – or, concert hall – all around the US for twenty years.  Renowned as a charismatic performer, she’s known above all for challenging herself to conquer new styles, almost like mountaintops, every few years.  From her 1995 major label debut on BMG/Private Music, the folk/rock gem “Last of the Good Straight Girls,” to her 2004 Koch Records collection of Tin Pan Alley styled originals “I Can’t Be New,” to her 2007 “agnostic gospel” hymnal “The Gospel Truth,” to 2013’s tribute to agriculture and her Iowa farm roots “Hayseed,” Werner’s creative restlessness has become her defining characteristic.

She first arrived on the national stage when her 1995 debut earned her national concert tours with Joan Armatrading and Richard Thompson.  In 1996 Werner was featured as part of the “next generation” in Peter Paul and Mary’s PBS special LifeLines.  She has performed on NPR’s World Café three times, NPR’s Mountain Stage nine times, and in August 2016 Nebraska Educational Television broadcast “The Land Will Outlive Us All,” a one hour special on Werner, agriculture, and her 2015 concert tour across the state.

Come see this prodigious talent, and share in her musicality and passions!


Advance tickets $20. Tickets purchased here will be held for pickup at the door.
Tickets bought at the door the night of the concert $25.

Saturday 6/16/2018 7:30 PM
Seth Glier

Seth Glier is a young, very talented folk/pop songwriter and performer from western Massachusetts. He’s recorded 5 albums, ranging from acoustic folk to more pop-oriented material (grounded in singer-songwriter themes). He has toured with artists including Ronnie Spector, Ryan Adams, and Ani DiFranco.

His lastest CD Birds began taking shape after Glier lost his nonverbal autistic brother, Jamie, who died in October 2015, and inspired a TED Talk that Glier gave in 2016. “My brother passing away was a huge component of where I was and what I was looking for,” Glier says. “In particular, I was looking for meanings, wanting his life to mean more than just being over.” Glier is an outspoken advocate for autism awareness and has been a national spokesperson for the Autism awareness organization Autism Speaks. The CD also deals with topics including fracking, race and criminal justice, and the birds outside his windowsill.

Glier's 2011 album, The Next Right Thing, for which he recorded his own vocals in his parents’ basement was nominated for a Grammy Award in the category of "Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical." In 2011, he took home Best Love Song for his track "Naia" at the 10th Annual Independent Music Awards. In 2012, "Next Right Thing" won Best Social Action Song at the Independent Music Awards.

Seth’s intelligence and thoughtfulness, added to his songwriting and singing skills and musicianship on keyboard and guitar, make him a striking artist in concert. He will be accompanied by his long-time friend, sax and harmonica player extraordinaire Joe Nerney.


Advance tickets $20. Tickets purchased here will be held for pickup at the door.
Tickets bought at the door the night of the concert $25.

Saturday 10/13/2018 7:30 PM
Peter Mulvey

Peter Mulvey is a veteran singer and songwriter from Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He began his career on the streets of Dublin, Ireland, as a busker, and from there moved on to performing in the subways and streets of Boston, Massachusetts. This led to his first record deal and a leap to full-time national and international touring, beginning in the early Nineties.

Mulvey is an iconoclast within the singer/songwriter world. Restless and inventive, he has made seventeen records, spanning rock and roll, folk, Jazz, spoken word, and Americana. A long-standing gig at the National Youth Science Camp led to a spoken word piece, “Vlad the Astrophysicist”, which became a TEDx talk, and then an illustrated book. In 2007 he began an annual late summer tour by bicycle instead of by car and airplane. He has taught songwriting and guitar workshops at the Swannanoa Gathering and at various folk festivals across the U.S.

In 2015, “Take Down Your Flag”, his song about the victims of the shooting at the AME Emanuel Church in Charleston, reached 200,000 people when many songwriters, including Ani DiFranco, Anais Mitchell, Keb’ Mo, Paula Cole, & Jeff Daniels, re-wrote the middle verse and posted their own videos of the song. This movement led to an online benefit concert, and a deepening of the friendship between Mulvey and DiFranco. Early in 2016 DiFranco produced “Are You Listening?”, Peter Mulvey’s 17th record.

Mulvey continues to tour, playing over a hundred shows a year as he has for the past twenty five years. This is the core of what he does: music, in a room, performed for a live audience.


Advance tickets $20. Tickets will be available nearer the date of the concert.
Tickets bought at the door the night of the concert $25.