The Noise (Boston, MA) describes John Colvert‘s music this way: “…the emotion behind John’s music is barely contained within his frame, telling all in the audience that there’s a story behind his singing, and he’s here to share it with all of us.”
“His songs are poignant and his delivery is sincere.”
You can enjoy Colvert’s music at the Sunapee Community CoffeeHouse on Friday, October 7 (2011) from 7 to 9 p.m.
Colvert kick’s off the October schedule of music at the CoffeeHouse. The listening room is located at the Sunapee Methodist Church, 17 Lower Main Street in the center of town. There is no cover charge. The emcee passes the hat for the musicians. Music goes from 7 to 9 p.m. on most Friday nights from September to June.
The CoffeeHouse calendar is available on-line.
Timothy Gurshin from Canterbury, NH will follow on Friday, October 14th with a blend of folk, rock, and a bit of blues and country.
“His music reflects a never ending quest to catch magic through songwriting,” according to the CoffeeHouse announcement. “Live performances feature his original material supplemented with his own unique arrangements of classic acoustic music from Bob Dylan to Green Day.”
Gurshin will be performing mostly original songs at the CoffeeHouse.
“Looking forward to this opportunity to play a very popular music series.”
The CoffeeHouse’s Open Mic will be held this month on October 28th. Open Mic is a Sunapee CoffeeHouse tradition held the last Friday of the month. Musicians and storytellers can sign up that evening with the host.
There will be no Sunapee CoffeeHouse on October 21st.