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

First Existentialist Congregation of Atlanta

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

Show begins at 7:00 pm
General Admission: $10 AAFFM Members: $8

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

Masks and COVID vaccination are encouraged

Directions: https://goo.gl/maps/F7Asnyv9zu82

June 17, 2023


Kathy Reed is a native of Georgia and has deep roots in East Tennessee. She is a singer and songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. Her musical range and influences reflect her Southern roots as well as her classical training and education. This performance will feature many of her original tunes, as well as a few favorites performed with her band, Lonesome Redwing, (Kathy Reed, Russell Weeks, and Ellen Rapier). Lonesome Redwing features bluegrass and old-time fiddleclassics, as well as fresh original material.

Russell and Ellen are also natives of Georgia, and are multi-instrumentalist as well as songwriters. Lonesome Redwing has opened for many legendary performers, including Tony Rice, Peter Rowan, Claire Lynch, Patty Loveless, and the Steep Canyon Rangers.

Spotify (Lonesome Redwing band): https://open.spotify.com/artist/4N2vnC8ytrT5R4vOJrSV4q

Kathy’s Spotify:  https://open.spotify.com/artist/2Fg7u1uJPdFGsk7EQNd7up


The Atlanta Mandolin Orchestra is the performing unit of the Atlanta Mandolin Society, Inc., established in 1994. AMS has been organized to perpetuate knowledge and appreciation of music written for the mandolin and related instruments.

The Atlanta Mandolin Society is proud to have revived the mandolin orchestra in Atlanta. For over 30 years, beginning in the early 20th Century, there was a very fine mandolin orchestra in Atlanta under the direction of William Griffith. Mr. Griffith created quite a rage for the mandolin during the first decades of the previous century and is fondly remembered by many.

The Atlanta Mandolin Orchestra is establishing its own history today under the direction of conductor Robb Smith. Robb has been a life-long musician and is a graduate of the Geneva Conservatory of Music, and has been with AMO since 1994.



Jun. 17, ’23: Atlanta Mandolin Orchestra and Kathy Reed

Jul. 15, ’23: Just Be’Cause and Harm’s Way

Aug. 19, ’23: Tin Roof Echo and Mick Kinney

Sep. 16, ’23: Jamie Anderson and George Hergen

Oct. 21, ’23: Sparky & Rhonda Rucker

No. 18, ’23: Rob McHale and Rupert Wates

Dec. 16, ’23: The BorderCollies



Vaccination or a fresh negative COVID test are encouraged but no longer required for all persons entering the sanctuary.                   


Every person entering the sanctuary is encouraged to wear a mask for the entire time they are indoors except while consuming refreshments. 
Hand sanitizer will be available.

Two portable air filtration systems are in the Sanctuary.

Eating and drinking are now allowed inside.