Coffeetalk for February 2019

February 7 – Silk and Steel Duo

Silk and Steel Duo, Wrennie Weir and Diana Walker play classic 70s, 80s and contemporary country female vocal music and a mix of classic pop, rock and country male vocal music. Diana’s grandfather, Francisco Figueroa wrote the national poem of Guatemala, “La Marimba” which is a cherished source of pride for that country. Diana is a wonderful singer/songwriter and arranges all her music.

Wrenshaw shared the stage with a host of acclaimed artists including Chris Young, Chis Cagle and David Ray who wrote the recent country hit by Jake Owen, “I Was Jack” along with legend John Mellencamp.

February 14 – Ninth Annual Valentine’s Day Show host, Bill Moran.

Love songs and spoken word variety show– a celebration of love of the planet and its people with new and returning poets and musicians.

February 21 – Jim Santangelo

As a resident of Melrose for the past 35 years, Jim Santangelo has used both music and photography as hobbies and forms of personal therapy of sorts. He brings a combination of some of his favorite music by other artists from the last forty years or so as well as original songs to the stage along with stories tying it all together. Jim says if he ever writes his memoirs he would “borrow” the title from Jerry Garcia and call them “What a long strange trip it’s been.” Audience participation is encouraged so come out and sing along with any of the songs you may recognize.

February 28 – Blue Skies

Mack & Paula 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:

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