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AAFFM Presents: Mockingbird’s Wing, and The Lost Boys

December 17, 2016 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm EST

$8 – $10


Mockingbird’s Wing, a superb Atlanta group, will perform a seasonal set from its folk, rock, soul and pop repertoire. This organically grown acoustic band made up of four diverse musicians:

Barbara Hotz is a singer/songwriter with deep roots in Mexico and a love of the old standards.

Jonathan McBee is a multi-instrumentalist and singer/songwriter out of Chicago, IL. If it’s got strings, Jonathan is looking to add it to the Mockingbird sound.

Paul Pendery is a Montana/Alaska/Texas singer/songwriter whose songs evoke soulful stirrings and happy feet.

Suzy Schultz, when she is not at her day job as a full-time artist, adds vocals/flute/cello to the Mockingbird sound.

Like the mockingbird herself, all the different voices and styles come together for a unique sound – the inimitable Mockingbird’s Wing sound.



The Lost Boys formed in 1999 at the Georgia Renaissance Festival, and have since released 5 CD’s and performed at Ren Faires in Arizona, Connecticut, Florida, Louisiana, Massachusetts, North Carolina, & North Dakota, as well as appearing in countless independent concerts and convention appearances.

Throughout the course of their ongoing 15 year history, the Lost Boys have continually pushed the boundaries of Renaissance Festival music by combining elements of period music with hard driving rock and roll, vocal harmonies with instrumental prowess, hilarious parody lyrics with Shakespearean language, all wrapped in a physical, highly energetic stage presentation, consistently delivering a challenging and entertaining show onstage and a groundbreaking body of work over the course of their 5 CD releases.

For their first appearance on the Fiddler’s Green Concert Series, the ‘Boys add a few seasonal favorites to their already eclectic repertoire in an acoustic Christmas show for all ages. Happy holidays!



December 17, 2016
8:00 pm - 10:00 pm EST
$8 – $10
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Atlanta Area Friends of Folk Music (AAFFM)


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