Coffeehouse and Open Mike at the South Shore Folk Music Club
Fri, Jan 20, 2017 8:00 pm - 10:30 pm
- Price: $8
Organization: South Shore Folk Music Club (NON-PROFIT)
Event: Coffeehouse & Open Mic
Featuring: Chris Nauman : Catherine King (to open)
Date: Friday, January 20th. Time: 8:00pm; doors open at 7:30pm
Tickets: Members- $7.00; Non-Members- $8.00; Children $4 (new members welcome)
Location: Beal House of the Kingston Unitarian Church
Chris Nauman is an award winning singer/songwriter who pumps passion into his performance with his dynamic guitar work and expressive vocals. He commands the stage with a keen sense of honesty and freshness. Drawing inspiration from Neil Young, Bruce Springsteen, Jeff Tweedy, Colin Meloy and many others, Nauman channels his mid Western sensibilities into a spirited blend of Americana/folk rock. Sometimes caressing, sometimes kinetic, his music is always sure to please. Visit: http://www.chrisnauman.com
Catherine King is an independent singer-songwriter who has performed in many venues and at events from New England to Canada. Catherine just released her first studio album, Come Back to Me, recorded at Brick Hill Studios in Orleans, MA with Grammy nominated producer, Jon Evans. The album consists of six original songs that are a combination of pop, country, and folk.
A member of the Nashville Songwriters Association International, New England to Nashville and Songtown USA, Catherine has begun co-writing with other songwriters to sharpen her skills and broaden her approach to songwriting. Some of those co-writes may appear on her next album. Catherine is also a published author, having penned her first novel in 2014. Beautiful Toronto is a contemporary romance based on her song of the same name. She has also written a nonfiction book called “20 Questions for Songwriters." For more information, visit CatherineKingMusic.com
Open Mic – Sign up at the door when we open at 7:30 PM. No early sign-ups. You must sign yourself up. Four 8 minute slots before intermission and two 8 minute slots after intermission. First come, first served until our slots are full.