Sunday at the Leo: October 10, 2010

Marc Cogman talked about that thing that makes the Leo special during his debut performance on October 10. The audience pays attention. Performers don’t compete with pick-up lines (at bars) or the grinding of the espresso machine (at coffeehouses.) As our tag line says, with the Leo and the Balladeers, it’s all about the music. Here’s a look at the next two weeks.

October 17, 2010
1ST SET (7PM) Open Mic
2ND SET (7:30PM) Willow Morning These three women have joined together to create a unique and compelling sound that will make you stop, listen and want to join in!
3RD SET (8:15PM) Jamon Zeiler Guitar playing from a master luthier with great songwriting, singing and Native Am. flute.
October 24, 2010
1ST SET (7PM) Russell Up Some Grub String Band Come and get it! The Russell Up Some Grub String Band serves up hot old-time mountain tunes cooked with a fiddle, stirred with a banjo, seasoned with a doghouse bass, and spiced with a dash of ukejo. A Leo debut for this outfit.
2ND SET (7:30PM) Alan Darveux Award-winning mountain dulcimer player from North Carolina. Member of the band Slight Departure. NOTE: Alan will not be giving a workshop this evening as earlier announced.
3RD SET (8:15PM) Hickory Robot Hickory Robot is a Cincinnati-based roots/Americana quartet that features song-oriented music coupled with fiddle, mandolin, guitar, and bass. A Leo debut!

Eric Hansen, web administrator


About QCB Leo

Organization devoted to folk and acoustic music in the greater Cincinnati area since 1963
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