Local legend Microwave Dave Gallaher, young “up and coming” Cigar Box and musical Stringed Shovel artist Lukas Johnston, equally uniquely gifted Josh Taylor take the stage at the Old Country Church at Burritt on June 27th, 2023.
The Huntsville Traditional Music Association's Coffeehouse format will be a little different this month.
An evening of acoustic blues will be showcased “in the round.” Local legend Microwave Dave Gallaher, young “up and coming” Cigar Box and musical Stringed Shovel artist Lukas Johnston, equally uniquely gifted Josh Taylor, and our very own HTMA President Lynne Edmondson, who will bring her soulful, weeping fiddle to the stage, will come together to create a special evening of music that you don’t want to miss, our only “in the round” Coffeehouse this season.
Our very own HTMA President Lynne Edmondson will bring her soulful, weeping fiddle to the stage.
Tickets: $10 in advance $12 at the door. Children 12 & under are free (w/ paying adult)
In the auditorium at the Huntsville/Madison County Downtown Library from 130pm to 4pm. Dates are typically the 3rd Sunday of the month. Bring an instrument and / or your voice and play along. Many songs we play can be found in the Parking Lot Pickers Songbook by Dix Bruce. Check HTMA emails for more details.
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501C Ruling: The IRS has recognized the Huntsville Traditional Music Association as a tax exempt non-profit corporation, under section 501.c3 of Internal Revenue Code, effective August 25, 2006. Your charitable donations to help us continue our mission of maintaining a folk and traditional music presence in the Tennessee Valley are both appreciated and tax deductible.
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