Music and Performance

Thu Jan 30

Storytelling around the theme of mental health followed by kind-hearted and funny improv comedy.

Fri Jan 31

Baltimore beloved Americana duo The Honey Dewdrops – Laura Wortman and Kagey Parrish– have long felt the push-and-pull between their original roots in the Appalachian mountains and their current home. You’ll hear it in their harmony-soaked songs and the mastery of their instruments’ acoustic tones, but also in their songwriting, which reflects the hard realities of today. With their fifth independent release, Anyone Can See out on March 1st, 2019, they have primed the creative energy so prevalent on their previous releases. Each song sparkles with focused intensity, and, with their new album, the duo show that they’re growing rapidly as artists, enthusiastically exchanging an impossible quest for perfection for the compelling ebbs and flows that accompany an intimate, authentic kind of expression.

Sat Feb 1

A modern transgender Hawaiian (mahu wahine),  Kaumakaiwa Kanaka‘ole is a vibrant keeper of culture, an authentic innovator, and fun, as she engages indigenous thought to address today’s issues through music, chant, and sharing of spirit. With plenty of humor, she provides wry commentary and stories to give context to her songs. Award-winning musician and producer Shawn Pimental accompanies on guitar and backup vocals.

Fri Feb 7

If only Old Time music had rock stars! If it did, Molksy’s Mountian Difters would just that.  This is why they headlined our inaugural Old time music fest and return for this night of traditional and contemporary fiddle, banjo, guitar mastery.

Sun Feb 9

MacArthur “Genius” Fellow, Corey Harris has carved his own niche in the blues world


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