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Camille Breeze & John Boehmer / Jon McAuliffe


The Coffee House on the Rocky Plain Presents
Saturday January 22, 2011
Camille Breeze & John Boehmer
Jon McAuliffe

Doors open 7pm tickets and refreshments
$12 general admission, $8 students
Benefits First Parish Sudbury and Music School  Cusco, Peru
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 

The Coffee House on the Rocky Plain presents Camille Breeze, John Boehmer and Jon McAuliffe on Saturday, January 22, 2011.

Camille Breeze emerged on the Boston-area acoustic music scene in 2004. Combining her musical theater background with her love of a cappella, pop and roots music, Camille has been called “the sultress of song” and “a local treasure.” Camille brings her powerful vocals and stirring storytelling to audiences throughout New England as a solo act as well as in collaboration with singer/songwriter John Boehmer and the duet Ergo Canto. For three years Camille was the host of the Cape Coffeehouse and she has opened for Don White and Vance Gilbert. Her debut CD In Love was released in February, 2010, and contains covers and original songs about love, loss, lust, and redemption, spanning the last 75 years.

Jon McAuliffe is a singer/songwriter who was first encouraged in that endeavor by Joni Mitchell while she was still an unknown.  He began performing in 1965 in Virginia while still in his teens. There he shared stages with blues singer Doug MacLeod, future New Traditionalist Emmylou Harris and others. By 1971 Jon had recorded his first album for Warner Bros. with the band Thirty Days Out (both albums were reissued on CD last summer).

Jon has worked with artists as stylistically divergent as The Cars, Andy Pratt, The J. Geils Band, Tim Hardin, Capt. Beefheart, The Beach Boys, George Carlin, Patti LaBelle, Buskin & Batteau, Guy Clark, Les Sampou, and more.  Jon’s forthcoming solo CD, produced by Seth Connelly, will be released in the spring.

Our January 22 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.