Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Ashville Open Mic cancelled because of snow

Ashville Open Mic cancelled because of snow

There will be no open mic this Thursday 7 January because of a forecast of up to 5 inches of snow.

Please let as many people know as possible.

Other Happenings you may find interesting thanks to Larry Staats

Storytelling Open Stage Jan 7
By: Storytellers of Central Ohio
7:00 - 9:00 PM, At: Wild Goose Creative
2491 Summit St. (Just S. of Hudson), Columbus, OH 43202
Info: http://www.socotales.org/speakeasy.jpeg &
http://www.wildgoosecreative.com/Wild_Goose_Creative___Home.html

All Soles Contra Dance Jan 8
First Unitarian Universalist Church
93 W. Weisheimer, Columbus, OH
Instruction for beginners at 7:30 pm, dancing at 8:00
Info: http://Firstuucolumbus.org/AllSoles

Early Music In Columbus Jan 8, 9, 10.
THE EARLY INTERVAL
An English Twelfth Night Celebration 8:00 pm
7:30 pm Pre-concert lecture, Pontifical College Josephinum
7625 N. High Street,Columbus,OH
Info: http://www.earlymusicincolumbus.org/emc/Welcome.html

Six String Concerts Jan 9
Diana Jones and Jonathan Byrd
Columbus Performing Arts Center (Shedd Theater)
Columbus, OH
Info: http://www.sixstring.org/season.asp

Recreational Folk Dancers Mid-Winter Party Jan 9
Every year, the various folk dance groups in Columbus get together for a
party.
All dances will be taught. Expect American Contra, English Country, Scottish
Country, International Folk Dancing, Irish Country Sets, and Welsh Country
Dancing! 7:30-11:00 PM, Clinton Heights Lutheran Church
15 Clinton Heights Ave., Columbus, OH
Info: http://www.recfolkdancers.webs.com/

From the Storytellers of Central Ohio

Thursday evening, come out to our first Speak Easy of the season and the first in our NEW location! We'll start at 7 pm at the Wild Goose Creative, half a block south of Hudson on Summit.

Friday evening, we're joining up at the Shamrock Club at 7:30 (downstairs in the pub and yes, the bar will be serving!) You don't have to be Irish and neither do your stories (we won't even insist you try Guinness). Last time, we heard family tales aplenty from folks who don't think of themselves as storytellers, even if they are...

And last but most certainly NOT least--Saturday morning, our regular monthly meeting at Aeropagitica Bookstore 3510 N. High St., 10:30-12:30. Our speaker will be Emil McVeigh, leading a discussion on SOCO: OUR PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE.

1 comment:

queenvictrola said...

Don't forget, the Gipson & Fitz Trio with Rachel Frank performs January 30 for the Folkside Coffeehouse. The Gipson & Fitz Trio entertains audiences with an original blend of Bluegrass, Americana, Folk, and Southern Rock. Brant Gipson lends his voice, acoustic guitar, and banjo to an inspiring body of sound consisting of striking lyrics, strong vocals, and bold melodies. Mark Fitzharris adds his unique vocal ability and his exceptional guitar and mandolin playing to create the fully developed sound of Gipson & Fitz. Bassist, Billy Cory has now joined Gipson & Fitz on stage. Whether plucking, slapping or bowing, Billy’s upright bass playing punches through to the heart of the most skeptical music fans. The trio has grown with the ongoing evolution of their genre while maintaining the purity of its roots. The strong songwriting and vocal skills within the group, along with a vigorous passion for the art of music drive the Gipson & Fitz Trio to continually strive for new sounds to please audiences of all ages. They are no strangers to the stage, having appeared in various projects, the most notable of which were “Uncle Sam’s Dream Machine” (www.USDM.com), the “Uptown Elephant Company” and the “Teeny Tucker Band” (www.ttuckerblues.com). As previous members of these groups, they played many different venues in amny states and have shared the stage with legendary artists such as Phil Lesh & Friends, Bob Dylan, Rusted Root, B.B. King, Koko Taylor, Bo Diddley Jr., and Buddy Guy.

If you enjoy discovering lively new original tunes and rediscovering classics in a new light then be sure to check out the Gipson & Fitz Trio January 30th at the Folkside Coffeehouse. We will be treated to the fantastic fiddling of Rachel Frank as this trio becomes a quartet for this extra special performance! Doors open at 7PM with the featured performance at 9PM at Areopagitica Bookstore, 3510 N. High Street, Columbus. Suggested Donation is $5, $4 for CFMS members, plus a can of food for the Mid-Ohio Fook Bank.