Our next show will be at the Museum of Commerce located in Historic Pensacola on Thursday, February 6, 2020. Doors open at 5:00 p.m. and the show starts promptly at 6:00 p.m. Our featured artists are Dana & Susan Robinson, Jamie Anderson, Joe Crookston, and Dennis Warner.
Tickets are $10 per person and may be purchased online in advance until 2:00 p.m. on the day of the show. You will receive an email confirmation of your purchase and you simply check-in at the door under your name. Tickets may also be purchased at the door if seats are available. Seating is first-come first-served.
Hailing from Cabot, Vermont, Americana-roots and folk duo, Dana and Susan Robinson combine vivid, songwriting and storytelling. Their music is filled with fiddle tunes, clawhammer banjo, acoustic guitars, elegant melodies, and rich vocal harmonies.
Drawing upon experiences of more than twenty years of touring, Dana and Susan craft a performance that conveys the mystery and wonders of their journey. Their unique blend of original songwriting and traditional Appalachian music, bring to their performances a deep understanding of America’s musical heritage, and how it relates to our contemporary lives.
Singer-songwriter-parking lot attendant Jamie Anderson has played her unique original songs in hundreds of venues in four countries including forty-seven US states.
Proficient on guitar, ukulele and mandolin, this musician with an expressive soprano is folk without the Birkenstocks, country without the big hair, pop without the meat dress, and jazz without the weird chords.
Her eleven recordings include the 2019 release The Truth Appears. Jamie loves being a musician, so she doesn’t really park cars, but her mama said she should have something to fall back on.
Joe Crookston is a songwriter, guitarist, painter, fiddler, slide player, eco-village member and believer in all things possible. Named Folk Alliance International Artist-in- Resident, he’s played with Suzanne Vega, Dar Williams, David Francey, John McCutcheon, John Gorka, Judy Collins and 100’s more.
He’ll surprise you and awaken the cynics. He’s plumbing for lyrical gold like a social archeologist. His songs are universal, his rhythm infectious and in concert, he is funny as hell one moment and transcendent the next.
Dennis Warner's breakthrough album Seeds was named one of the top CD’s of 2012 in folk music, based on radio play around the world. Warner is a two-time McKnight Foundation Artist Award winner and three-time finalist for the prestigious Kerrville Folkfest songwriting awards, co-founded by Peter Yarrow of Peter, Paul and Mary.
To date, Dennis has released 10 studio albums, played in all 50 states, authored a successful book, Beads on One String (now in its 6th printing) and has received numerous honors including an invitation to perform at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.