The Sunapee Community CoffeeHouse wraps up the season with two performances — Sferes & White (June 1) and Sylvan Roots (June 8) — and a potluck dinner before the June 8 show. The music starts at 7 p.m. at the Sunapee Methodist Church, 17 Lower Main Street, Sunapee, New Hampshire.
The Sunapee CoffeeHouse offers a family friendly listening room. There is no cover charge. The emcee for the evening passes the hat for the musicians. For more info, visit: www.sunapeecoffeehouse.org.
With vocal harmonies that work so well together it sounds almost too good to be true… — Derek Blackmon from Indie-Music.com
>> Visit the duo’s web page at http://www.sferesandwhite.com.
>> Listen to their music: http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/sfereswhitemusic.
Kathy Lowe will emcee on June 1.
John Sullivan Landscape Architect is the sponsor for the evening.
Friday, June 8: Sylvan Roots
The New Hampshire trio plays a mix of originals, plus folk, acoustic rock, “old timey” and contemporary sounds: music by such diverse artists as Louis Armstrong, Woody Guthrie, Alison Krauss, Huddie Ledbetter and John Prine. Add to the mix Granite State music about New Hampshire and by New Hampshire songwriters.
Deborah Blesdell will emcee.
Bible Hill Farm, Thomas Dunne of Bradford, N.H., offering organic produce and clay oven artisan’s bread, is the sponsor.
CoffeeHouse potluck dinner
Before the music on June 8, the last performance of the season, the CoffeeHouse will hold a potluck dinner at 5:30 at the church.
“All are welcome… audience, musicians, curious folks, and their families,” says Martha Naylor, a coffeehouse organizer.
Call Randy Richards (603-763-2668) or Martha Naylor at (603-863-1136) for more information.