Jeri Katherine Howell with Grace Rogers: A benefit for KY Student Environmental Coalition

$10 suggested donation

She’s coming home! Local musician and songwriter, Jeri Katherine Howell, returns to the Kentucky Coffeetree Cafe with special guests and opener Grace Rogers for an acoustic fundraiser concert benefitting the Kentucky Student Environmental Coalition. Jeri Katherine is a singer-songwriter-guitarist who delivers an energetic, passionate and intimate performance of unique folk and bluegrass original and cover tunes. She has performed with and opened for musicians like Ben Sollee, Robinella and Sam Bush and released her second CD - “Collage” - in 2013.

About the artist:
Jeri Katherine Howell is a singer-songwriter-guitarist from Frankfort, Kentucky with a few things to say in the realm of feeling stuff, empowerment, and those good 'ol sounds we call folk, bluegrass and mountain music.

Occupy Music

Music for the Occupation

Antsy McClain with special guest Edgar Cruz

$15

Antsy McClain and Edgar Cruz take the stage for an intimate performance filled with guitar extraordinaire-ness!


Singer, songwriter, humorist and small town philosopher Antsy McClain writes what he knows: The good life.

Staging his live shows from a small, fictitious trailer park called Pine View Heights (patterned after his own childhood surroundings and experiences), McClain is free from an over-abundance of material things and appreciates time with family and friends.

Those who have witnessed Edgar Cruz’s performance immediately become entranced at the precision, speed and complexity with which his fingers strike the strings of his guitar to create a symphony of sound unusual to just one instrument. Each year, Cruz performs over 200 concerts and has played throughout America, Europe and South America. He has been a headliner at The Chet Atkins Festival in Nashville, TN since 1995 and is a strong icon at most festivals in Oklahoma including Festival of the Arts, Paseo Festival, Sunfest, Global Oklahoma and more.

The Vespers

$10

The Vespers are a duo of sibling duos: Callie and Phoebe Cryar, and Taylor and Bruno Jones.

They came together purely by spontaneous collision, the two pairs both completely immersed in their own separate projects. The girls were playing acoustic instruments and singing ghostly harmonies to folk songs they had written, and the boys were playing rock and roll and having to turn down the numerous “hey, let’s start a band” invitations that were beating down their door. In Nashville where anyone can throw a rock and kill two musicians, rocks were landing on Taylor’s and Bruno’s heads every week and Callie and Phoebe were sliding by unscathed.

The Vespers are a duo of sibling duos: Callie and Phoebe Cryar, and Taylor and Bruno Jones.

They came together purely by spontaneous collision, the two pairs both completely immersed in their own separate projects. The girls were playing acoustic instruments and singing ghostly harmonies to folk songs they had written, and the boys were playing rock and roll and having to turn down the numerous “hey, let’s start a band” invitations that were beating down their door. In Nashville where anyone can throw a rock and kill two musicians, rocks were landing on Taylor’s and Bruno’s heads every week and Callie and Phoebe were sliding by unscathed.

Jess Clemons

Jess Clemons is a touring singer/songwriter based in Burlington, VT and Nantucket, MA. She is the recent winner of the 2008 Burlington Acoustic Singer/Songwriter Contest, the 2nd place winner in the Flat Rock Music Festival's Songwriter Contest (Sept. 2007), and this fall toured with the cross-Canada Babes For Breasts Tour, a non-profit collective of female singer/songwriters using their voices to raise funds and bring awareness about breast cancer across Canada. She has had her music featured on several compilations, including this year's MVY Radio's "Fresh Produce Vol. 5" along with the likes of Carley Simon and Tift Merritt.

Boulder Acoustic Society

$10

BAS’ music is haunted by the past and focused on the future.

It’s indie-folk that draws from Appalachian roots, gritty gospel and the contemporary urban soundscapes. BAS merges tradition with innovation, producing a unique sound and an unforgettable live entertainment experience.

Five years, five albums and relentless touring have honed Boulder Acoustic Society into one of tightest and most entertaining bands of any genre. The pulsing percussion and thumping bass of Scott Aller and Neil McCormick support the dual lead vocals of multi-instrumentalists Scott McCormick and Aaron Keim.

BAS’ music is haunted by the past and focused on the future.

It’s indie-folk that draws from Appalachian roots, gritty gospel and the contemporary urban soundscapes. BAS merges tradition with innovation, producing a unique sound and an unforgettable live entertainment experience.

Five years, five albums and relentless touring have honed Boulder Acoustic Society into one of tightest and most entertaining bands of any genre. The pulsing percussion and thumping bass of Scott Aller and Neil McCormick support the dual lead vocals of multi-instrumentalists Scott McCormick and Aaron Keim.

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