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Randall Kromm, The Lenny Solomon Band, & Ergo Canto


Coffee House on the Rocky Plain Presents
Saturday November 12, 2011

Randall Kromm

The Lenny Solomon Band

Doors open 7pm tickets and refreshments
$12 general admission, $8 students, $4 children under 12
327 Concord Rd, Sudbury, MA 01776

Benefits First Parish Sudbury and Music School  Cusco, Peru
“Share the Warmth” 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 is thrilled be kicking off our third season on Saturday November 12, 2011. Please join us for some new acts and the return of Ergo Canto who is back by popular demand to get the evening and season started for us. Coffee House on the Rocky Plain will also be collecting coats for WUMB and UMass Boston’s Gold Key society “Share the Warmth”, there will be discounted admission for anyone bringing in coats.

Randall Kromm creates music that touches people, performing beautifully crafted songs of ordinary life that capture experiences and feelings we all share.  Kromm employs a variety of musical styles to convey stories of love, family, hope and uncertainty with insight and wit.  His songs and live performances are leavened with humor, enabling the audience to laugh about life’s challenges and difficulties.

New England performing legend Don White covered the song “Water Wheel” on his 2010 release Winning Streak.  White, who has recorded 11 CDs, had never covered another artist’s music, but says the song “spoke to me deeply and immediately.  My hope is that now lots of people will make the effort to discover the work of this very talented man.”

The Lenny Solomon Band is a vocal-oriented, primarily acoustic band that combines intelligent thoughtful lyrics, melodies one can hum, a variety of rhythmic styles, and instrumental improvisation that creates an eclectic sound that incorporates several musical genres. All of the songs performed by the band are written by lead singer/guitarist, Lenny Solomon. Much of the music is a product of Lenny’s roots as a folk musician.

Ergo Canto (therefore we sing)the folk music duo opens the evening’s entertainment. Paul Beck and Leslie Bryant, perform a wide variety of original songs, covers, and traditional folk material.  In addition to vocals, you may hear six and twelve string guitars, fiddle, flute, mandolin, and harmonica. Paul Beck recently took early retirement from a high tech career to focus on music, woodworking, and crossword puzzles.  He plays guitars, mandolin, cittern, and banjo. Leslie Bryant teaches in the Boston school system.  Traveling to Peru frequently she donates instruments and printed music to the school in Cusco. She plays fiddle, flute, pennywhistle, and percussion. Visit Ergo Canto’s website Hear them play at

Please join us for what promises to be an evening of good home spun folk music with the hospitality to match.

Tickets and refreshments will be available at 7 pm. General admission is $12. Students’ (with valid high school or college ID) admission is $8 and child’s admission is $4. Refreshments on sale include homemade pies, cakes and cookies, coffee, tea and soda.