Patrick Coman Performs at Sunapee CoffeeHouse

Patrick Coman of Boston will be performing at the Sunapee Community CoffeeHouse on Friday, March 12 at 7 p.m. Coman is a singer/songwriter who draws comparisons to folks such as Neil Young, Gram Parsons and Ryan Adams said Randy Richards, the Coffeehouse founder. Coman, a Tulsa, Oklahoma native, recently relocated to Boston from Berlin, Germany where he recorded a five-song “EP” or shorter CD. “Coman’s soulful, confessional style has garnered praise on both sides of the Atlantic and he continues to build a following in the United States and abroad,” Richards said.

Patrick Coman is a man of the world. The Tulsa native spent the better part of the last few years living, writing and performing in Berlin before recently relocating to Boston. And judging by his debut EP, Used Records, his travels have served him well. His plainspoken and sometimes gruff delivery reveals the restless soul of a wandering minstrel, very much in the dusty-soled tradition of wayfaring strangers such as Gram Parsons, Steve Earle and Neil Young — all artists Coman counts as influences. – Dan Bolles, music editor for Seven Days published in Burlington, Vermont

The Sunapee Community Coffeehouse, located downstairs in the Methodist Church at 17 Lower Main St. in Sunapee, is an all-volunteer effort started to provide a listening room for professional and amateur musicians and appreciative audiences. There is no cover charge but they pass the hat for the musicians and venue expenses. For more information, visit the CoffeeHouse website.

One Response

  1. Thanks for the post! SCC

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