October 2013 to May 2014

Travis Wetzel Trio 

October 11, 2013

Music with Flavor! The dynamic, eclectic, acoustic-Travis Wetzel has it all! Bluegrass, Jazz, Country and Celtic. Travis can be seen and heard almost every week on the Grand Ole Opry. www.traviswetzel.com

Ivan Stiles 

November 8, 2013

Autoharp Champion, recording artist, instructor, author and co-founder of Autoharp Quarterly. Also plays the Appalachian dulcimer, bowed Psaltery, and musical saw. http://ivanstiles.com

Jay Smar 

December 13, 2013

Guitar, banjo, fiddle, vocals and flat-footed dance, Jay serves his audience an acoustic buffet of traditional American and original folk ol’ time mountain music, bluegrass and gospel tunes as well as coal mining songs of Northeast PA preceded by the origin. www.jaysmar.com 

The Williams Duo 

January 10, 2014

Experience the beauty and elegance of Harp and Classical Guitar. The Williams Duo has performed throughout the Lehigh Valley for more than 25 years. While primarily a classical ensemble, they have developed an extensive repertoire that includes both classical, modern and PA German folk music. www.williamsduo.com

Rescheduled from February to March 28, 2014

Making a joyful noise! Mountain Dulcimer and Mandolin are his primary instruments. Alf is a multi-instrumentalist from the Danville area. He specializes in acoustic instrumental music in a variety of styles including Blues, Celtic, Traditional and Folk. Alf performs at area coffee shops, festivals, fairs, and flea markets. http://mountaindulcimer.ning.com/profile/AlfBashore

Josee Vachon 

March 14, 2014

Born in Quebec and raised in Maine, Josee Vachon has been sharing her Franco-American upbringing for over 25 years through traditional and contemporary folksongs from Quebec and Acadia and through her own compositions. Ms. Vachon has 12 solo recordings to her credit, and continues to perform and record the music that best represents her love of Franco-American culture. http://joseevachon.com/biography.html

Scott Marshall & the Hillbilly Souls   

April 11, 2014

Singer, Songwriter and Recording Artist Scott Marshall hails from the Greater Lehigh Valley, in Southeastern Appalachia Pennsylvania. Whether headlining or supporting a national act, Scott & Co., deliver on every level. His ability to connect with an audience as a songwriter and as an entertainer, commands your attention. From start to finish he captivates and will keep you coming back for more.  www.marshallshighway.com

Saul Broudy   

May 9, 2014

Saul’s career spans almost 20 years of performance in virtually every major folk music venue in the US, Canada, and many European countries. He is a veteran performer on the folk scene, singing country, blues, bluegrass and other traditional and contemporary forms of grassroots American music, accompanying himself on acoustic harmonica and guitar. Saul’s performances are known for his stunning harmonica playing & he’s been a harmonica sideman on 19 albums to date.              www.wfma.net/broudy.htm

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