The Devil Mountain Coffee House concert series offers an opportunity to experience great music in a warm and informal setting. Our performers present a rich variety of musical genres: mostly acoustic, mostly original, but always wonderful.
Concerts take place in our spacious fellowship hall that features excellent acoustics and a professional sound system. Coffee, snacks, and a congenial audience make these concerts a delight. We invite you to come and enjoy some music with us.
Admission is by suggested donation.
All shows start at 8:00 PM. Doors open at 7:30.
John McCutcheon –Saturday January 19, 2019
John McCutcheon is one of our most respected and loved folksingers, as well as a master of a dozen different traditional instruments, most notably the rare and beautiful hammer dulcimer. His songwriting has been hailed by critics and singers around the globe. His thirty recordings have garnered every imaginable honor including seven Grammy nominations. He has produced over twenty albums of other artists, from traditional fiddlers to contemporary singer-songwriters to educational and documentary works. His books and instructional materials have introduced budding players to the joys of their own musicality. And his commitment to grassroots political organizations has put him on the front lines of many of the issues important to communities and workers.
But it is in live performance that John feels most at home. It is what has brought his music into the lives and homes of one of the broadest audiences any folk musician has ever enjoyed. People of every generation and background seem to feel at home in a concert hall when John McCutcheon takes the stage, with what critics describe as “little feats of magic,” “breathtaking in their ease and grace…,” and “like a conversation with an illuminating old friend.”
Whether in print, on record, or on stage, few people communicate with the versatility, charm, wit or pure talent of John McCutcheon.
“He has an uncanny ability to breathe new life into the familiar. His storytelling has the richness of fine literature.” – Washington Post
“Calling John McCutcheon a ‘folksinger’ is like saying Deion Sanders is just a football player.” – Dallas Morning News
$35 suggested donation
($5 for children 6-15, under 6 are free)
Cash, check, credit card, Apple Pay, or Android Pay at the door.
(No one turned away for lack of ability to pay. Sliding scale tickets available only at the door.)
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