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John Kirk, Trish Miller and Joel Rosenberger at Cranberry

Date: 
01/20/2018 - 7:30pm - 10:00pm
Location: 
Unitarian Universalist 183 Riverside Dr. Bing

As the winter wind begins to blow, find warmth at a concert by John Kirk, Trish Miller and Joel Rosenberger at the Cranberry Coffeehouse, on Saturday, January 20, 7:30-10 p.m., at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Binghamton, 183 Riverside Dr., Binghamton.
 Highlights of the event include John's fiddlin' and Trish's dynamic clog dancing. Special guest Joel Rosenberger adds colorful, musical breaks on accordion, tenor banjo and Irish harp.
Their repertoire ranges from traditional folk songs and fiddle tunes to original, historical, sentimental and funny pieces. Some tunes are toe-tappin' barn-burners! In the last year, John  released several new recordings, so many of the songs and tunes will be new to the Binghamton audience.

Cranberry Coffeehouse Presents Magpie

Date: 
10/21/2017 - 7:30pm - 9:30pm
Location: 
Unitarian Universalist 183 Riverside Dr. Bing

Join Magpie -- singer/songwriters Terry Leonino and Greg Artzner -- at the October 21 Cranberry Cofffeehouse during this, our 45th season.

Cranberry Coffeehouse: Anne Hills

Date: 
05/20/2017 - 7:30pm - 10:00pm
Location: 
Unitarian Universalist 183 Riverside Dr. Bing

May 20, 2017 -- Anne Hills. -- Simply put, Anne Hills is a remarkable performer.  Having performed shoulder to shoulder with the likes of Pete Seeger, Tom Paxton, Steve Gillette and Cindy Mangsen, Priscilla Herdman, jazz drummer Peter Erskine, Michael Smith, to name only a few, Anne weaves musical tapestries of poetry and instrumental beauty. As a singer, actress, writer, and musician Anne Hills has continuously built a reputation of merit. During her career, she has received numerous honors. Her musical influences are as far reaching as big band jazz to traditional folk which helps to make her own songs that much more varied and delightful.

Cranberry Coffeehouse Scott Ainslie

Date: 
03/18/2017 - 7:30pm - 10:00pm
Location: 
Unitarian Universalist 183 Riverside Dr. Bing

Scott Ainslie, musician, storyteller, historian

On March 18, Scott Ainslie is the featured performer. Armed with a variety of instruments, vintage guitars, a fretless gourd banjo, a one-string, homemade diddley bow (aka cigar box guitar) and carefully chosen historical personal anecdotes of his encounters with senior musicians across the South, Scott brings the history, roots music, and sounds of America alive.

On stage, Scott explores the African and European roots of American music and culture. His easy, conversational way with audiences and cross-disciplinary approach to the music consistently garners rave reviews.  

Cranberry Coffehouse: Gillette and Mangsen

April 7, 2016 by pegjohnston

On Sat., May 21, from 7:30 to 10 p.m., the Cranberry Coffeehouse ends its 2015-16 season with the fabulous duo of Cindy Mangsen and Steve Gillette.

 A Gillette and Mangsen concert features compelling songs, rich harmony, and a good dose of humor. Steve and Cindy have performed on National Public Radio, across North America and Europe, delighting audiences with traditional music and original songs. Although they come from different musical backgrounds, “their voices and styles meld seamlessly with a gentleness and a maturity that is unmatched in the world of folk duos.”

Steve is a country/folk songwriter with Western roots. Some of his best known songs, Darcy Farrow, Bed of Roses, and Back on the Street Again, have been performed by artists Ian & Sylvia, John Denver, Garth Brooks, Linda Ronstadt, and Tammy Wynette.

Cindy is known for compelling interpretations of traditional Anglo-Scottish ballads, thoughtful songs, and a wonderful ear for harmony. She is a keeper of old songs as well as a writer and interpreter of new ones.

The duo has recorded six albums in their 25-year collaboration, as well as solo albums and projects with other artists (Priscilla Herdman, Anne Hills, Michael Smith).  To hear clips of their music, visit: http://compassrosemusic.com.

The Middle Set--The Cranberry Coffeehouse encourages all musicians, vocalists, story tellers, and dancers to share their talents in the middle set. Middle set performances are limited to 5 minutes. For questions about the Cranberry, visit www.cranberrycoffeehouse.org, call 754-9437 or e-mail cranberrycoffeehouse@yahoo.com. The Coffeehouse takes place at the Unitarian-Universalist Congregation of Binghamton, 183 Riverside Dr., Binghamton. Suggested admission of $8. 7:30 to 10 p.m. Handicapped parking in the front of the church. Coffee and refreshments available.

 

 

Holiday treat in store for you!

December 24, 2014 by Anonymous

When all the holiday parties are over, the scrumptious goodies eaten, the gifts enjoyed and stowed away, the Xmas tree put out at the curb, the New Year ushered in, and the New Year’s resolutions made, there’s one more holiday treat in store! The annual visit of Quickstep to the Cranberry Coffeehouse.

Quickstep, a.k.a. John Kirk, Trish Miller and Ed Lowman, perform at the Cranberry Coffeehouse on Sat., Jan. 17, 2015, 7:30-10 p.m., at the Unitarian-Universalist Congregation of Binghamton, 183 Riverside Dr., Binghamton. Admission is a suggested $8.

John, Trish and Ed entertain with a diverse repertoire of original and traditional music. Leading the way are John and Ed’s fine fiddle selections. John’s warm clear voice, Trish’s clog dancing or banjo playing and Steady Eddie’s singing, yodeling, guitar playing and bass round out the band’s sound. This trio, which has performed at the Cranberry since its inception decades ago, is from Saratoga County, NY, and for many years they’ve played for concerts, dances and workshops.
The group is in the process of recording a new CD with Ed. It will feature old-time music and some songs about living the good life in a rural setting.
Park behind the church or in front (for handicapped access).
The Middle Set is for you! The Cranberry Coffeehouse encourages all musicians, vocalists, storytellers, and dancers to share their talents in the middle set. Middle set performances are limited to 5 minutes.
Contact: email/cranberrycoffeehouse@yahoo.com or phone 607-754-9437 for more information.

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