Emily Vick Agnew with Roger Miller & Friends opening

The Second Friday Coffeehouse

Presents a Benefit Concert: Featured Beneficiary

The Children’s Room

providing services to grieving children and their families.

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Emily Vick Agnew

Emily Vick Agnew’s cabaret performances combine her passions for singing and storytelling and Longing for Dear Old Broadway is no exception.

Accompanied by Robert L. Ruckinski on the church’s Steinway grand, Emily will take you on a musical journey through the 1920s, 1930s, 1940s and 1950s in the life of one of the greatest American composers, Cole Porter. The songs “Night and Day”, “Anything Goes” and “You’re the Top” are just some of his iconic works that are part of our culture.

Porter’s songs are perfect for a coffee house environment and Emily’s one hour show will have you have clapping, humming and hearing old songs in a new way

http://emilyvick.com/

Roger Miller & Friendsrogerandfriendscolor

Lakshmi Nayak
Gerri Strickler
and Eva Patalas

A newly formed folk quartet made up of First Church friends, performing folk and country songs with nice vocal harmonies accompanied by acoustic guitar, autoharp and recorder.

  (With guest Chris Abouzeid)

Friday, April 11, 2014 at 7:30pm

(open microphone signup by 7 p.m.)

The First Church in Belmont – Unitarian Universalist

 

404 Concord Avenue, Belmont MA

(Across from the Belmont Post Office – From Harvard Square take Bus #74)

Admission $10 Students & Seniors $5 – Coffee, Refreshments

For More Information Call 617-484–1054

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