Come by for an evening of food, fun and holiday cheer! Let local storytellers regale you with tall tales and true events all celebrating the holiday spirit. Live music will be provided from 5-6 by Keith Richman. Get here early, seats go quick! Be sure to give Keith a listen while you settle in.
Seth Kaminsky is a singer/songwriter from Savannah, Georgia who describes himself as, “just a guy wanting to encourage, relate, and entertain others through some honest acoustic- driven music." Combining his love for honest, relatable lyrics with a desire to engage and connect with people, Seth works relentlessly to create and share his music in an intimate, yet entertaining, way all with a guitar and his voice
Born and raised in Little Rock, Arkansas, Hunter was exposed to the greats early on. His father has quite the affinity for The Beatles and passed that love of classic rock onto his son who learned to play guitar with a Beatles chord book. Hunter plays a wide array of music ranging from classic rock and folk covers to his own original songs. Come by, grab a pint and let yourself enjoy a good throwback. If you’re lucky, he may even toss a few bits of his stand up routine in!
Excited for our third Storyteller’s Cafe! Come and join us for a night of food and fun featuring a wonderful array of regional storytellers! See you there!
Seasoned and novice storytellers are welcomed! For a performing slot contact:
Come and join us for a unique evening of tall tales, true stories and more!
There were performances from a wonderful array of storytellers and some special music performances by Woodland's own masterful guitar musician and story-singer Keith Richman and also by our very own James Morgan!
We look forward to seeing you there and in lieu of a cover charge there will be an opportunity to donate to benefit YOLO CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates)-for children!
If you are an experienced or novice storyteller and interested in performing! We have slots available! Send a a request to LGOLDST963@AOL.COM
JonEmery Dodds, a nationally touring song writer based out of the Capital Valley of California, blends Country, Blues, Folk, CowPunk & Rock roots together to create his own rudimentary style of American Roots Music. This troubadour captures new American folk stories in the form of songs about highways, hangovers and heartache with a sense of humor & humility. JonEmery Dodds has been hailed as one of the best songwriters of our time by the likes of Mark Christian of Merle Jagger and the Godfather of Troubadours, Billy Don Burns. With a handful of self released albums under his belt, JonEmery Dodds is proving to be a maverick of the independent Americana music scene
Songbirds & Sinners Tour features bands Yours Truly, Michele and The Secret Emchy Society
Yours Truly, Michele (Duo: Acoustic Guitars, Uke plus Accordion)
A sound infused with 60s pop, shadowy torch songs, and touched by Americana Roots-Rock, it is truly Michele Kappel’s own brand of music.
"She’s a celebration. No matter your mood, you’ll walk away with a smile. It’s cheaper than therapy." San Francisco Chronicle
The Secret Emchy Society (Duo: Acoustic Guitar plus light snare & brushes)
Cindy Emch (or “Emchy” as her friends refer to her) could never be labelled as ordinary. No Depression christened her “Equal parts June Carter Cash, Nick Cave and Murder By Death.” From Under the Basement magazine summed her up by saying, “Imagine Bill Monroe and Sid Vicious having kids together.”
Join us 2/9 for Heather Evans w/ Kevin Schlereth & Dead Birds.
HEATHER EVANS is one of the most accomplished songwriters you’ve probably never heard of. Her music has been played on the radio, featured on CNN and appeared in commercials for Mitsubishi and Powerplant Studios. She’s performed the national anthem at a rally for former President Barrack Obama, opened for bands like Sixpence None The Richer and Andrew Belle, and several songs from her first album Impatient Heart (recorded when she was just 17) were featured on MTV’s Laguna Beach.