Join us for the next installment of the Good Coffeehouse series at the Old Stone House & Washington Park!
Ed Trickett is known as a “song interpreter”. On his day job, he is a professor of psychology. He looks for the hidden truths in songs, and sings them to us in a manner that gives us a new meaning to old songs. Usually playing guitar, and singing in a very gentle manner, Ed is also an accomplished piano player. He doesn’t consider himself as a “professional” musician, but he is indeed a professional in every sense of the word. The songs he has recorded alone, with Ann Mayo Muir and Gordon Bok, and with other artists, are filled with beauty and grace.
Celestial Harmonies Mara Levine & Caroline Cutroneo have gorgeous voices, which they blend in tight harmonies, singing original, traditional and contemporary Folk and Americana for over 15 years. Joining them are fiddler/guitarist and singer Nancy Moccaldi, highly regarded flutist/singer Barbara Novick and guests Frank Moccaldi, singer/banjo and chord stick player, and guitarist/singer Don Friedman. The members of this group are well known in the metro area for their uncannily beautiful vocal harmonies and instrumental virtuosity. Folk, Blues, Old Time, lots of fun.
Tickets: $20, available on-line at Brown Paper Tickets