Coffeetalk March schedule

March 1, 2018   Lee Kelly, Bill Snyder   

Lee Kelly began learning guitar in college around 1967 and has been performing since, except for a 15 year hiatus when he studied motorcycles, riding, and the people that ride.  Lee has performed at many different venues including festivals, clubs, and benefits.  His song collection includes traditional Irish, Appalachian, Americana, old country and some hippie rock from the late ‘60’s. Bill Snyder will join Lee with his dynamic acoustic bass.   For more info on Lee you can check his website at www.ljkmusic.com

March 8   Blue Skies – Paula & Mack Tyner  perform a variety of musical styles including swing, classic country, bluegrass, doo wop and Paula’s original tunes with Mack on bass fiddle and Paula May on guitar and banjo, sharing vocal leads and harmony.  Mack has sung in Barbershop Quartets and other acapella groups since high school.  As a multi-instrumentalist, singer, and budding songwriter, Paula May has played music professionally over 25 years and was the 2006 winner of the Florida State Old Time Guitar Finger picking competition. They may be contacted for bookings at:  prtyner@yahoo.com

March 15      St. Pat’s Day Irish Music w/Virginia Boone    As part of this “breath of Ireland”  Victoria Van Arnam, a talented young lady who plays hammered dulcimer will join in as well. George will be reciting Scottish poems (and providing some history) with his beautiful accent.  Virginia has played traditional Irish music since 1997.  Her main instruments are flute & Irish whistle.  She also plays the Bodhran (Irish drum), and Anglo concertina, sings and seannos (old style) Irish dance.  Dance troupe: Inisheer ( we now mainly perform set dances, and Seannos)  Virginia attends Irish music sessions typically on a weekly basis.   She has performed at the Florida Folk Festival, Ormond Beach Celtic festival, and the Celtic fest in Jackson, MS.

March 22 Al Poindexter    If you want to hear songs about Florida legends, colorful characters and backwater places then listen to Al Poindexter perform his own songs, old timey songs and blues tunes backed up on his National steel bottleneck guitar or fast picking claw hammer banjo. Al has been a performer and avid collector of Florida folk lore and songs for over 20 years and writes fresh, new tunes about life in old Florida.

March 29  Harri Buffalo: Lee Pinkerson and Bill Snyder      Harri Buffalo celebrates the natural beauty of our planet in a musical journey.  With passionate exuberance, leaping across clouds and countries, idling on the islands, mesmerized by the mountains, Harri Buffalo gathers songs.  Bill Snyder is at the root of all this. He gets Harri Buffalo off the ground with his dynamic acoustic bass playing.  His years of experience playing with many different kinds of musical groups give him the versatility to navigate Harri Buffalo around the world.  Some call him the music ambassador.  Lee Pinkerson is the singer, songwriter and guitarist for Harri Buffalo.  You can learn a lot about Native Americans, Florida history, ancient Greece, and the Blue Ridge Mountains from her songwriting, available on cd’s.  For more information, check out her website:  http://www.leepinkerson.com

We invite you to like our facebook page,  Harri Buffalo,   and check out our websites:

http://www.reverbnation.com/harribuffalo

http://www.myspace.com/harribuffalo

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