Monday, November 5, 2007

Who said guitar was easy?


Who said guitar was easy?

(If you see the man in the photo on the right please report him to the Prevention of Cruelty to Music Society)

Espresso Yourself Music Cafe.

I went over to Powell on Friday night to Espresso Yourself Music Cafe. I met long time friend Dick Plunk and had a very enjoyable evening listening to Chris Bare and Tom Gorman. Chris is booked for the Columbus Folk Music Society, March Coffee House. For a preview of Chris he is going to try to get to the Coffee House Open Mic this month, which is a fund raiser for the festival. Chris always puts on an entertaining set with plenty to sing along with and a good few smiles to help you along.


Tom Gorman is a singer song writer who knows his way around a fret board and produces very interesting lyrics. I love song lyrics that are open to interpretation within our own lives. The title track Route 39 of his CD is such a song. A lost love we have all had and the guitar has a real driving rhythm. The whole CD has a relaxed easy feel to it, yet you find your foot tapping, there is also a definite commercial edge, if one of these songs got pickup by a top artist I can see Tom going places. If you are into words you will like this CD.


If you are looking for somewhere to play then contact


Eric Ahiteen

Espresso Yourself Music Cafe.

614 436 7100


If you have not been yet you are missing out on a treat. If ever a place should be supported by musicians this is it.



2 comments:

Ellie said...

That player was excellent - but have you ever seen Tommy Emmanuel?

Anonymous said...

I have not had that pleasure.

Where would it be possible to see him. Does he tour?

John