Upcoming Shows

Show Number Recording Date Featured Artist Description


Dec 15, 2018

Annie Donahue

with Todd Dennison, Guitar, and Craig Limey on upright bass; singer/songwriter from the Philadelphia area. “…has a natural gift for communicating feeling in music- a deceptively simple style that allows for a powerful emotional honesty.” “A fresh new voice in the folk world,” (Jackie Morris, Folk Works, 2013). Annie performs original and cover songs in the genres of Folk, Gospel, and Blues.


Dec 15, 2018

Loretta Hagen

(w/Gary Hagen on guitar & vocal, Linda Lambiase on djembe & vocal and Teri Avella on bass) “heart driven, soul filling, Folk Americana." Her rich alto voice and strong songwriting skills have led her to win many awards, including a JAM Awards’ (Jersey Acoustic MusicAwards) “Top Female Songwriter of the Year,” JAM nomination for “Album of the Year,” winner of the NJ Folk Festival Songwriter Competition and 2 time designation as a CT Folk Festival finalist.


Jan 22, 2019


Kris Lamb and Roma Blanchet on wooden flutes, recorders and Irish whistles and Anthony Campanella on guitar.performing intimate, acoustic music that spans from the 17th century to today. Anthony studied Classical guitar in New York and Maryland with performances at the Blumenthal Performing Arts Center, The Mint Museum and numerous Historical Societies, Churchs, and Cafes. He has been building guitars since 1997 and is performing today on one of his latest


Jan 22, 2019

Regina Goldy

New Jersey native with her unique blend of folk, blues, and coffeehouse style music. Life experiences mixed with empathy and compassion for human spirit inspire her to write. She grew up in a musical household, singing and performing in local churches and festivals most of her life but it is only in the last few years that she has been sharing her own songs on stage. It all began when a friend asked her to sing at a local open mic. She then rediscovered her passion for songwriting, guitar & ukulele.


Feb 04, 2019

Susan Horowitz

singer-songwriter from the rocky coast of Maine, she has traveled all over North America to share her music and teach at congregations, homes, concert venues and conferences. Her music has been included in numerous publications and is used in worship in many communities. Sue's 3 Jewish CDs have their roots in liturgy, values, and Torah; Her recent folk CD draws influence from the singer-songwriter and American folk traditions. partnership with EJ Cohen, considered the premier ASL interpreter of Jewish musi


Apr 18, 2019

Del Rey

started playing guitar when she was four years old. At thirteen, she was immersed in the world of folk music, via the San Diego Folk Festival. She has tried to get a whole band onto her solo instrument from the beginning. This gives her music an interesting complexity, especially when applied to the ukulele.Rags, blues and tunes of the early 20th century are her specialty, even as she writes new music to add to the tradition; also has fashion sense that would make Minnie Pearl smile.