The Cranberry Coffeehouse is proud, and delighted to welcome back Steve Gillette and Cindy Mangsen for a performance on Sat., May 19.
In a musical age created by the singer-songwriter, Steve Gillette has long been considered to be one of the finest. His music has inspired glowing reviews from the critics and the deep loyalty of his fans. Since Ian and Sylvia first recorded Darcy Farrow in 1966, Steve's songs have been sung by dozens of major artists.
Cindy accompanies herself on guitar, banjo, concertina, or mountain dulcimer, Cindy's repertoire ranges from haunting traditional ballads to songs by writers as diverse as Jack Hardy and Nancy White, with a few original songs thrown into the mix. Cindy began performing professionally in 1976 and can be heard singing harmony on many albums, including several of Tom Paxton's recordings. Together, they present one of the most enchanting evenings in world of folk music.
All musicians, vocalists, storytellers and dancers are encouraged to share their talent in the middle set, with performances limited to 5 minutes.
The Cranberry Coffeehouse, 7:30-9:30 p.m., is located at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation 183 Riverside Drive, Binghamton, New York (next to Lourdes Hospital). Suggested donation of $10. Handicapped parking at front of the building. Good coffee and goodies available from the Cranberry kitchen.
For information, call 754-9437 or visit http://www.cranberrycoffeehouse.org or email@example.com.