Oct. Coffeetalk Schedule at Melrose Center

October 3, 2019       One-Eyed Cat is a musical duo consisting of Nora Gauck Vocals and Percussion;  Gil Gauck Vocals and Guitar. They have been singing and performing together since they formed the original One-Eyed Cat in Miami, FL in 1985. Gil has an extensive resume in music on multiple instruments that spans 4 decades including a stint backing Blues Giant John Lee Hooker in the early ‘70s.  Before they met, Nora spent years honing her powerful vocal style performing in the Jersey Shore Casinos and other venues across the Northeastern United States. Together their sound is a unique combination of their shared vocalizations, Gil’s arrangements and guitar work creating their “Catified” very original sound. Catch a show and witness their little musical revolution first hand with a 90+ song list that defies categorization. 

Oct. 10     Edward Kellerman aka PERFESSOR EDDY   ebbyguru@hotmail.com   First guitar at age 10 and hasn’t stopped playing the best of American folk, blues, country classics, gospel, country blues, and all time favorites on his acoustic six and twelve string guitars.

Oct. 17      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. 

Oct. 24  Terry Smith    started learning guitar at age 8 and now plays acoustic guitar, twelve string, electric, bass and also drums. Through the years he has performed at churches, correctional facilities and festivals. In the 80s Terry played with Christian band “Straightway.” Today it will be a variety mix of songs such as Dream Lover by Bobby Darin, Country Roads by John Denver, Who’ll Stop the Rain by Credence Clearwater Revival and Johnny B. Goode by Chuck Berry.

Oct. 31 Doug Spears   is a fourth generation Floridian, a storyteller of first order whose descriptions ring vivid and true.  He knows the traditions and customs of Florida.  From the swamps of North Florida to the beaches of Key West Spears brings

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