AAFFM sponsors a local monthly coffeehouse concert series, Fiddler’s Green, featuring concerts that include traditional music, singer-songwriters, poetry and storytelling. Join us monthly on third Saturdays!

Presented in our new location:

First Existentialist Congregation of Atlanta

470 Candler Park Dr NE
Atlanta, GA 30307
(404) 378-5570

Show begins at 8:00 pm
General Admission: $10 AAFFM Members: $8
Directions: https://goo.gl/maps/F7Asnyv9zu82


(with COVID precautions for now)

Atlanta Area Friends of Folk Music presents
The Resonant Rogues, and Charley Woods

Appearing at May 21


Monthly Coffeehouse Concert

Show begins at 8:00 pm

First Existentialist Congregation of Atlanta
470 Candler Park Dr NE,
Atlanta, GA 30307
(404) 378-5570

General Admission: $10, AAFFM and First E. Members: $8

(Minimum. All proceeds beyond our rent go to the performers. Please be generous!)

Masks and proof of COVID vaccination or current negative test required!


Asheville, North Carolina’s genre hopping songwriters, The Resonant Rogues, have been winning over audiences worldwide with their signature blend of string band music since 2013. Following their musical inspirations from the Appalachian mountains to the Balkans, through Paris by way of New Orleans, their original songs speak to the heart with poetic lyrics, and appeal to the ears with stellar musicianship and arrangement.



Charley WoodsA Nashville native, recording artist Charley Woods is making a lasting impact on the music mecca she calls home. With her instantly identifiable voice and her stylistic blend of contemporary folk and Americana, she is in a league all her own. She has performed and collaborated with many talented and influential figures in today’s country music including Brad Paisley, Chris Young, David Nail, Wil Nance, Mark Nesler, and many more. Since releasing her second single “Half The Girl.” Charley has proven herself as one of Nashville’s must-watch artists.

Charley last performed at Fiddler’s Green in January 2019. She has been garnering attention and praise since high school, at none other than the prestigious Nashville School of the Arts. Already a mainstay in the Nashville songwriters’ community, Charley’s dream is to share her songs with the world.  











Attendance maximum 60. Come early!

Limited concessions provided outside before the show and during intermission, but feel free to bring your own. Eating is prohibited indoors. Brief sips of beverages are allowed inside.

Vaccine card or current negative test will be required for anyone entering the sanctuary—attendees must be prepared to prove their status.

All people entering the sanctuary must wear a mask for the entire time they are indoors. N-95 Mask use is strongly suggested.

Social-distancing will be implied by the lay-out of the chairs in the Sanctuary (some single, some in groups of two, three, etc.
Hand sanitizer and masks will be available.

Two portable Air filtration systems will be placed in the Sanctuary.


Mar. 19, ‘22: The Colcannon Society, and  The Irish Brothers

Apr. 16, ‘22: Claudia Nygaard, and Blackfoot Daisy

May 21, ‘22: The Resonant Rogues, and Charley Woods

June 18, ‘22: The Reel Sisters, and Harm’s Way

July 16, ‘22: John Cable, and Jim Culliton & Clear Creek Band

Aug. 20, ‘22: Nina Ricci, and Dan Daniel & Georgia Grass

Sept. 17. ‘22: Robin Bullock (Both sets)

Oct. 15, ‘22: The 4 Man String Band, and Veronika Jackson

Nov. 19, ‘22: Brenna Larson, and Rick Diamond

Dec. 17, ‘22: Tom Eure & Amelia Osborne, and Balalaika Fantasie