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AAFFM Presents: Just Be’Cause, and Harm’s Way

August 19, 2017 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm EDT

$10

August 19, 2017
Fiddler’s Green Coffeehouse

JUST BE’CAUSE

Jerry Brunner, Bruce Gilbert and Cyndi Craven are Just Be’Cause … just don’t ask them why.

Jerry Brunner and Cyndi Craven, long-time members of the Atlanta acoustic/folk music scene, have been performing together since the 1980’s. In 2007, they met up with Bruce Gilbert when he moved to Atlanta from California where he’d been wowing the music scene there for years. The music they produce together is the result of profound friendship, heaping helpings of creativity, and decades of playing, singing and writing together and on their own. Their shows have been described by fans as an evening of “comfort music” with vocal “harmonies that will roll your socks down.” Come hear for yourself!

http://cyndicraven.com

HARM’S WAY

Harm’s Way performs with rich harmony, conviction, and a sense of humor. While the group has been together over ten years, some of the members have been performing together all of their adult lives. Their music is influenced by several genres: roots, Americana, folk, blues, and more. Harm’s Way includes Harmon Koeltz on lead vocals and guitar, Scot Boze on vocals, and Phil Griffin on lead guitar.

This acoustic driven group relies on tight harmonies, thoughtful songs and lyrics, and a belief that the music should be shared. These guys have fun performing and can be found at festivals, private events, restaurants, coffee shops, corporate events, and church functions.
The core members of this group have been playing music together since before Woodstock. They have fun playing, check their egos at the door, and – while they take music very seriously – don’t take themselves seriously at all!

www.reverbnation.com/harmonkoeltz

Details

Date:
August 19, 2017
Time:
8:00 pm - 10:00 pm EDT
Cost:
$10
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Website:
https://aaffm.org/aaffm-events/

Organizer

Atlanta Area Friends of Folk Music (AAFFM)

Venue

First Existentialist Congregation of Atlanta