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Tom Smith & Mally Smith

 

The Coffee House on the Rocky Plain Presents
Saturday November 6, 2010
Tom Smith & Mally Smith


The Drewbadour opens 7:30pm
Doors open 7pm tickets and refreshments
$12 general admission, $8 students

First Parish Sudbury Unitarian Universalist
CoffeeHouse.fpsudbury.org
327 Concord Rd, Sudbury, MA 01776
“Warm Clothes, Warm Hearts” collection for the Homeless.
Please donate gently used winter clothes.

The Coffee House on the Rocky Plain is dedicated to
showcasing emerging local musical talent

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
The Coffee House on the Rocky Plain presents Tom Smith on Saturday, Nov 6, 2010

SUDBURY, MASS., November 6, 2010The Coffee House on the Rocky Plain opens on Saturday, November 6th.  Located at First Parish Sudbury Unitarian Universalist Meeting House, tickets will be on sale at 7pm.

The Coffee House on the Rocky Plain announces its second-season kick-off with Tom Smith, the brilliant singer-songwriter, joined by his daughter Mally Smith.

Tom interweaves old folk songs with his original songs that are reminiscent of the very best of the old school folk tradition. Presenting an easy-going and engaging style, Tom’s roots are in the 60’s Cambridge folk scene.  Tom has performed at concerts, folk festivals, coffee houses, and schools throughout the Northeast US.  His monthly folk music blog, “The Kitchen Musician” can be viewed at TomSmithMusic.com.  The Boulder Coffeehouse, Colorado tells us that he “brings a rich and deep portfolio of well-crafted songs delivered in fine, tastefully understated fashion and with a dry wit guaranteed to put a smile on any face.”

Keeping it in the family, emerging indie artist, Mally Smith will join her father. Mally will remind you of a young Shawn Colvin, combining original songs, well-chosen covers and tasteful guitar, with a voice that will capture your heart.

The Drewbadour, a local singer-songwriter, opens the show at 7:30pm.  Drew writes and performs beautiful, touching love songs, as well as extremely clever and amusing songs.  You may know him as the host of the Maynard Public Library open mike “Unplugged”, the first Thursday of each month.

Our November 6 show will also be ‘Warm Clothes, Warm Hearts’ night. Just bring any gently used jackets, coats, gloves, mittens, and hats to our show and they will be distributed to those in need at area homeless shelters.

Doors open at 7:00pm, music at 7:30pm.  General admission is $12.  Student admission (with valid high school or college ID) is $8.  Homemade apple pie, cakes and cookies will be available for purchase.  Proceeds will benefit First Parish Sudbury and The Music School project in Cusco, Peru.

First Parish of Sudbury, a Unitarian Universalist congregation is located at 327 Concord Road.  The historic Meetinghouse is accessible to wheelchair users.  The Coffee House on the Rocky Plain is dedicated to showcasing emerging local musicians.  For more information: visit http://coffeehouse.fpsudbury.org/

Contact:
Judith Christianson 978 202 8231
judithchristiansonuwalumni.com

327 Concord Road, Sudbury, MA 01776
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