Schedule and Performers

Saturday, October 14

Supported Charity for the month- Lost-n-Found Youth

8:00 :: Just Be'Cause


Jerry Brunner, Bruce Gilbert and Cyndi Craven are JustBe’Cause… just don’t ask them why. Jerry Brunner and Cyndi Craven, veterans of the Atlanta music scene, have been performing together since the 1980s. In 2007, Bruce Gilbert came all the way from California, where he’d been wowing the music scene there for decades, and met up with Cyndi and Jerry. The music that comes from this trio is the result of profound friendship, heaping helpings of creativity, and decades of noodling on piano and guitar.

Bruce Gilbert:

Cyndi Craven:

9:00 : : Redwine Jam


Redwine Jam is a folk music trio comprised of Chris and Carol Moser, who for years led the Celtic band Barney's Goat, and master guitar/bass player Skip Romaner. They perform a wide range of North American and Celtic folk songs and tunes, from traditional material to newly written compositions by contemporary folk legends. They accompany their vocals with guitar, bass, fiddle, banjo, mandolin, mountain dulcimer, flute, pennywhistle, bodhran and harp (not all at the same time).

For many Redwine Jam fans a highlight of the winter holidays is the group's enchanting seasonal program. Moving seamlessly from rambunctious to reverential, this performance features traditional and contemporary seasonal folk music from the British Isles, Ireland, the U.S. and Canada. Highlights include English midwinter wren carols, traditional Scottish favorites such as Christ Child Lullaby, Irish rousers such as Bells Over Belfast and Christmas in Carrick, the uproarious Irish-American vaudeville classic Miss Fogarty's Christmas Cake, Gordon Lightfoot's bittersweet Song for a Winter's Night, Canadian David Mallet's Ballad of St. Anne's Reel, and John McCutcheon's deeply moving masterpiece Christmas in the Trenches. This diverse, delightful program makes your holidays complete.

Whether they're performing a program of American folk, Celtic, a mixture of both, or their multi-media concert exploring the American Folk Revival, an evening with Redwine Jam is a delectable treat.

Saturday, November 11

Supported Charity for the month- Toco Hills Community Ministry

8:00 :: Amy BeVille


Amy BeVille is a singer/songwriter originally from Signal Mountain, Tennessee. She has played venues from Austin to Nashville, and is known for her lyrics and expressive vocals. Amy has been affectionately coined “our favorite girl guitar player.” She has played with musicians such as Vassar Clements, David Allan Coe, the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, and others.

9:00 : : Rick McKee


In addition to being a fantastic singer/songwriter and guitarist, Rick serves as Adjunct Instructor of Music Education Kennesaw State University. He has previously taught music education classes at Shorter College and The University of Georgia. Under his direction, the Garden Lakes Elementary Chorus performed at the 1992 Georgia Music Educators Association In-Service Conference. While in Rome, Rick served as director of The Rome Children’s Choir and also performed with The Clocktower Jazz Ensemble, a jazz orchestra. In earlier years, he taught elementary music in Whitfield County, GA and Shawnee, Oklahoma.

Rick has been a clinician for large choral events throughout the state of Georgia, including GMEA’s Statewide Elementary Honor Chorus in 2000 & 2012, The Northwest Georgia Choral Festival in 2006, and numerous district and regional honor choruses.

Rick currently teaches elementary music at Acworth Intermediate School in the Cobb County School District in Georgia. He was recently selected as the 2011 Cobb County Elementary Teacher of The Year. He also received Teacher Of The Year accolades at schools in Whitfield County and Floyd County.

Saturday, December 9

Supported Charity for the month- Interfaith Children's Ministry

8:00 :: Ron Hipp


Ron Hipp is an acoustic finger-style guitarist/singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. A native of Atlanta, Ron has been performing around town, both as a solo artist and in various band combinations, for many years. His rich baritone voice, consummate finger-picking and original songs make his shows a memorable experience. Ron performs in the duo ~Out of The Rain~ with Carol Statella, an accomplished singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist in her own right, so this will be a rare chance to get to see and hear Ron solo.

9:00 : : In The Wheelhouse


In the Wheelhouse began in 2010 when Tomas Valenti needed an impromptu stringband for a square dance and asked fiddler Tara Vogt and banjo player Walter Harris to help out. They discovered a shared love of music that went beyond traditional fiddle tunes and they've been playing together ever since. Today their repertoire includes an eclectic blend of traditional and popular tunes from a broad range of styles; old country gospel and blues to the Beatles with a dash of bluegrass. Guitarist-singer Sarah Wishon joined the group later, adding a velvety quality to their three-part harmonies. Sometimes appearing as a trio, other times as a quartet, In the Wheelhouse entertains audiences with their tight harmonies, unique arrangements, stale banjo jokes, and upbeat fiddle tunes, swapping out lead vocals as well as instruments along the way.

Saturday, January 13, 2018

Supported Charity for the month- Lena Werking Fund


Lena's 34th Anniversary Party - Bob 'N' Beatles Blowout

8:00 :: Set 1

9:00 : : Set 2

Saturday, February 10, 2018

Supported Charity for the month- Decatur Cooperative Ministry

8:00 :: Bill Long

9:00 : : The Radio Rangers


The Radio Rangers are Dan Foster, Mark Ewald, Tom Molloy, and Bill Long. The Radio Rangers are an Atlanta-based Americana group. The music is a mix of country, rock, folk and blues telling stories from the American heartland. The music appeals to young, old and anyone in between.

Saturday, March 10, 2018

Supported Charity for the month- El Refugio

8:00 :: TBA

9:00 : : TBA

Saturday, April 14, 2018

Supported Charity for the month- Plymouth Harbor

8:00 :: TBA

9:00 : : TBA

Saturday, May 12, 2018

Supported Charity for the month- South Georgia Migrant Farmer project

8:00 :: TBA

9:00 : : TBA

Saturday, June 9, 2018

Supported Charity for the month- New American Pathways

Summer of Love Show: Songs of the Late '60's


Featuring your favorite Lena's performers!

8:00 :: Performers Set One

9:00 :: Performers Set Two