Coffeetalk Nov. 2019

November 7, 2019 Bing Futch discovered the mountain dulcimer at Knott’s Berry Farm theme park in 1985 but the instrument has long been his favorite thrill ride. A founding member of Americana-rock trio, MOHAVE, he enjoys traditional music as much as he delights in pushing the envelope of what’s possible with three strings. Using Appalachian mountain dulcimer, Native American flute, ukulele and a board full of stomp-boxes, Bing Futch celebrates traditional and modern Americana music with passion, humor and boundless energy. Known for his musical shape-shifting, Bing switches the channels on style and tone with every new song, from his roots-rock and blues originals to The Rocky Horror Picture Show and Disney covers. (www.Patreon.- com/BingFutch)

Nov. 14 2PM Pete Price, Pete Hennings, and Mike Jurgensen, a trio of talented musicians who blend their varied musical talents into an eclectic mix of material from original songs, obscure covers, to well-known standards. With Price on guitar and bass, Hennings on guitar, bass, mandolin, and violin, and Jurgensen on guitar and harmonica, these three performers combine tight instrumentation with pristine vocal harmonies to delight audiences of all musical tastes. All three talented songwriters have performed solo as well as with other bands. The combination of Pete, Pete, and Mike as “2PM”, however, is a unique trio that has delighted audiences at acoustic venues and folk festivals around the state of Florida. “2PM” has released two CDs: “Keepin’ Time”, and “Let’s Just Play One More”.

Contact: info@2pmband.com Website: www.2pmband.com FaceBook: https://www.- facebook.com/2pmBand

Nov. 21 Old Friends – John McGuire, Steve Thrift
As the name implies, OLD FRIENDS is a musical duo of Steve Thrift and John McGuire, who have been friends for over 35 years. Sometimes other old or new friends and family are added to the line-up. We primarily get together for the love of music, to have fun and express ourselves creatively. Our instruments are vocals, guitar, bass, harmonica, percussion and, on occasion, kazoo. Our performances in- clude originals that are difficult to categorize, although our songs do have folk, blues, Celtic and reggae influences.

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