Eric Kilburn and The Kenny Selcer Band – Split Bill

The 30th Season of
The Second Friday Coffeehouse
Greater Boston’s Original All-Benefit Coffeehouse

Presents a Benefit Concert: Featured Beneficiary

Bristol Lodge Shelters

A Waltham-based network of shelters and soup kitchens

EricKilburnEric Kilburn

Eric’s original material often tries to find humor in the human condition.  Taking a cue from Woody Guthrie’s words “All I write is what I see”, Eric’s songs cover a range of subjects, often with ironic twists, playful detours, and comical self-reflections that audiences resonate with. He’s performed at colleges, festivals and coffeehouses all over the east coast, and has opened for Tracy Chapman, Shawn Colvin, Tom Rush, and a host of other songwriters.  Eric has released 4 albums of original material, one of which was nominated for a Boston Music Award in 1990.

The Kenny Selcer Band

KennySelcerThe Kenny Selcer Band brings together seasoned music pros from all kinds of different musical genres to create something new: “a sizzling blend of Americana, folk, rock, roots, r&b, and everything in between, that will get your toes tappin’, your head noddin’ up and down, your mouth singin’, your brain thinkin’ and maybe even get you dancin’ in the aisles!” Members: Kenny Selcer, Liz Buchanan, Phil Punch and Steve Gilligan have performed at a variety of Boston Area Venues.

Friday, February 13, 2015 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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