Thursday, August 9, 2012
Mentone's Kamama Gallery presents a Singer/Songwriter Musical Series beginning August 16th.
Kamama Music is a new singer/songwriter musical series and can be enjoyed the 1st and 3rd Thursday each month at the Kamama gallery and Twigg coffee shoppe (5951 AL Hwy 117) in Mentone, Alabama. Doors open at 6:00 pm central time and music starts at 7:00 pm.
Kamama Music features regional musicians performing traditional, jazz, Americana, and roots music. Most songs are original works, written and performed by some of the most creative tunesmiths in the South. Local musical talent, Terry Hutcheson, and Kamama owner, Sandra Padgett, will co-host the event and hors d'oeuvre's will be provided by gourmet Chef Jennifer Ferguson from Twiggs Coffee Shoppe.
The Kamama stage and seating provide the audience an intimate listening experience where live music can be fully appreciated. Admission is $10.00 and seating is limited (about 50 people). Reservations are strongly encouraged. For reservations or additional information, please call 256-634-3001.
The Kamama Music series kicks off Thursday August 16th with a talented group of songwriters/performers from the Chattanooga area - Earl Brackin, August Bruce, Robert Thatcher, and Tom Brown. Also sitting in will be multi-instrumentalist Gary Thompson. They were featured on the just released album, Scenic City Sampler. Their brand of original Americana music is sure to please and delight the Kamama audience.
Mark it on your calendar and make your reservations today.
And look who is coming soon:
Sept. 6th:Jim Parker
Sept. 20th:Microwave Dave
Oct. 4th:Pierce Pettis
Oct.18th:The Watters/Felts Trio
Nov. 1st:Maxwell Russell
Nov. 15th:Dalton Roberts