Burritt on the Mountain in collaboration with Huntsville Traditional Music Association are happy to announce the return of the Coffeehouse Series bringing monthly Coffeehouse Concerts back to the Old Country, freeing us from weather concerns and allowing a longer season.
Tuesday, April 25th
Milltowne is a band that pays tribute to Americana acoustic roots by weaving a dynamic blend of bluegrass, folk, rock, blues, & country music. With influences ranging from Bill Monroe and the Beatles to the Grateful Dead, Milltowne delivers modern interpretations of traditional classics while rendering modern tunes with traditional arrangements to create a timeless sound that appeals to listeners of all ages and musical backgrounds.
Mike Bowman – fiddle
Charelle Hudgins – vocals and bean jar
Keating Johns – guitar and vocals
Andy Kruspe – percussion
Greg Staggs – mandolin and vocals
Nick Walker – bass
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The Sandy River Ramblers play traditional American and Celtic string band music. Reels, jigs, waltzes breakdowns, ballads… the works!
Guitar: Paul Turner
Mandolin/Vocals: Pat Long
Banjo: Karen Falkowski
Fiddle: Nancy Richardson & Don Evans
Advance tickets can be purchased at https://huntsvillefolk.org/ for $10.
This will guarantee that you will not be turned away at the door if the capacity of the church is exceeded. In addition, season tickets for all 10 coffeehouses are also available this year for $90, saving $10. Tickets will also be available at the door, starting at 6:30, for $12 cash, unless we are at full capacity. Children 12 and under continue to be free when accompanied by an adult.
This program has been made possible by a 2023 Arts & Cultural Grant from Arts Huntsville funded by the City of Huntsville.