Our great 2019 concert line up is now set and you won’t want to miss it!
Although advance ticket sales have now closed, we may have a limited number of walk-up tickets available at the door on Saturday for $30 each

Michelle Shocked

Shocked received her first international exposure, in Europe, in 1986, with her debut, The Texas Campfire Tapes, a bootleg recorded around a festival campfire on a cassette recorder. She signed a contract in 1987 with (now) Universal, retaining ownership of her masters, (likely preventing them from being burned in the 2008 vault fire.) Her U.S. debut came with The Mercury Trilogy; her 1988 studio album, Short Sharp Shocked; vignettes of her early life in rural East Texas. Captain Swing, released in 1989, and Arkansas Traveler, released in 1992. She maintains all these intellectual property rights, In 1995, “Quality of Mercy” was on the soundtrack for the Academy Award-winning film Dead Man Walking. In 1996, she released a studio version of an underground release, Kind Hearted Woman. In 2002, she launched her own Mighty Sound label and released Deep Natural. In 2005 she released a new trilogy, Threesome (Don’t Ask Don’t Tell, Mexican Standoff, Got No Strings) simultaneously. In 2007, a bootleg recording, ToHeavenURide, was officially released. Her most recent studio release was in 2009, Soul of My Soul. Her most recent studio effort, Musical Chairs: A Comparsa for Artist Rights is due for release in late 2019. Shocked continues her creative endeavors as an independent artist and currently lives in Manhattan.

Shelly Peiken

Shelly is a multi-platinum Grammy nominated songwriter who is best known for her #1 hits “What a Girl Wants” and “Come On Over Baby” (both for Christina Aguilera). She earned a GRAMMY nomination for the song “Bitch” recorded by Meredith Brooks and has had hundreds of songs placed on albums, and in TV and film. Her memoir “Confessions of A Serial Songwriter” chronicles her journey of a young girl falling under the spell of magical songs to writing hits of her own and lead to a second GRAMMY nomination for Best Spoken Word Album. She now performs a one-woman show chock full of humorous anecdotes about her career which promises to be an entertaining evening for those who have shared the journey as well as for those who are simply curious about a world they know nothing about. Hit Songs included! Some of Shelly’s other credits include  Keith Urban, Céline Dion, Britney Spears, Jessie J, Bebe Rexha, Idina Menzel, Pretenders, Plain White T’s, Anastacia, Laura Pausini, Smash Mouth, Raven-Symoné, Glee, Ashley Tisdale, Cliff Richard, Hannah Montana, Selena Gomez ,  Michelle Branch, Gladys Knight,  Puddle of Mudd, The Divinyls, Natalie Cole, Deana Carter, Mandy Moore, Ashlee Simpson, Joe Cocker, Demi Lovato, INXS,  Olivia Newton-John, *NSYNC, Brandy, Natasha Bedingfield, Jennifer Lopez, Cher, LeAnn Rimes, Reba McEntire

Dave Nachmanoff

Dave Nachmanoff performs around the United States and Europe. In addition to his work as a solo artist, he is a long time guitarist and collaborator with Al Stewart (Year of the Cat). he has shared the stage with the likes of Alison Krauss, Cheryl Wheeler, Steve Forbert, Firefall, and John Wesley Harding.




Steve Hill

Steve Hill is a 5 time BMI Award Winner, extraordinary guitar player, accomplished fiddle-violin player and the songwriter of 9 hit songs to date, 4 of which charted #1. The song “Love Reunited” was written by Steve Hill in conjunction with Chris Hillman and launched the Desert Rose Band into a Grammy nomination in 1989.

He has worked with many artists over the years such as Vince Gill, Rita Coolidge, Roseanne Cash, Jim Croce, Karen Brooks, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band and many others.


Kevin Quinn

Emmy nominated songwriter Kevin Quinn began his career writing songs that were used nation wide as popular ad campaigns for Target Stores and featured such artists as Amy Grant, Vince Gill, Trisha Yearwood, Michael W. Smith, Betty White and the Muppets.

He has composed featured songs for Disney’s High School Musical, Teacher’s Pet-The Movie, The Proud Family, A Goofy Movie, Kronk’s New Groove, Lion King II.