Sally Rogers performs an evening of traditional, contemporary and original ballads and song, interwoven with stories taken from her life as a performer, wife, and mother. Throughout her concerts, she accompanies herself on guitar and Appalachian dulcimer, or performs without accompaniment in a voice that needs no further enhancement. Reviewers have described her voice in superlatives ranging from “remarkable” to "mesmerizing.” Much of the material performed by Sally includes compositions of her own; many are considered classics of the folk and popular genre.
Howie Bursen is a world-renowned banjo player and all around wonderful musician. His style is unique, creative, and nothing short of virtuostic. His background in folk music spans decades, is deep and expansive, and when combined with his warm, inviting performances makes for an evening that is an enjoyment on so many levels.
The combination of these two wonderful musicians will make for a delightful evening of traditional and contemporary music.
?The coffeehouse encourages all musicians, vocalists, storytellers and dancers to share their talent in the middle set, with performances limited to 5 minutes.
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.
Mark your calendars:
March 18: Scott Ainslie
May 20: Anne Hills.
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