april, 2022

sat02apr(apr 2)8:00 pmSOUTH FLORIDA FOLK CLUB PRESENTS ACOUSTIC UNDERGROUND CONCERT SERIES8:00 pm

Event Details

Folk Club of South Florida presents

THE ACOUSTIC UNDERGROUND CONCERT SERIES

SARAH McCULLOCH,

NANCY WANGER,

ROBERT HAND,

EVEN FRANKEL,

LOU DOMINGUEZ,

VALERIE C WISECRACKER

Sat. April 2  –  8 pm Folk Club of South Florida

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       Robert Hand/Nancy Wagner and Friends featuring

            Evan Frankel, Valerie C. Wisecracker & Wes Malkin,                                    

              Kirk Meyer, Maria Barbist and Sarah McCulloch

 

           ACOUSTIC UNDERGROUND CONCERT SERIES

                   Luna Star Café  775 NE 125 st. North Miami, Fla.

 

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Robert Hand/Nancy Wagner with Kirk Meyer and Maria Barbist 

 

Nancy Wagner (vocals, guitar, mandolin), Robert Hand (vocals, guitar, harmonica).

South Florida favorites, they play a mix of original songs and their own acoustic versions of classics. 

                           

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Evan Frankel  

Evan Frankel has, among other things, been an attorney for 40 years, including 10 years as a Public Defender in NYC, a world traveler,                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           and a singer-songwriter.  He plays often at the Luna Star and is proud to be associated with all of you. His latest CD was produced by Pete Kennedy of “The Kennedys”.

 

 

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Lou Dominguez  Singer/Songwriter  

Last CD ‘We the People’ Was Top 20 on the Folk DJ Charts 

Valerie C. Wisecracker with Wes Malkin

                                                                                                                 

Valerie, returns to Luna Star from her new home in Gainesville, Fl.

COMIC, ACOUSTIC, ECLECTIC- GUITAR SLINGER/BANJO FRAILER, SINGER/SONGWRITER

“Hurricane Val, Florida in all its funk and Glory” Miami Herald

Valerie Wisecracker is the number-one matriarch of Florida folk music, and she’s famous all over the state.

Laura Tichy-Smith, Special to Coastal Life

Val Wisecracker knows plenty about tunecraft. Besides the top-flight vocals, she plays a mean guitar and a meaner banjo. (                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Not sure why the instruments are so mean; Val herself is as nice as could be.) Venues are lucky to have her.  Greg Baker, Miami New Times

Valerie C. Wisecracker  — A “jokesinger” serving up satirical observations about the current state of affairs in Florida, Miami-native Wisecracker crafts her                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   commentaries to the accompaniment of guitar and banjo. News-Press.com

Sarah McCulloch                                                                                 

Sarah McCulloch is a Country/Americana Singer-Songwriter whose sweet, yet sultry, voice pierces right through the lush traditional country production on her latest album, Sawmiller’s Daughter. Born in Miami, Sarah was raised in the Big Cypress Swamp in a house her family built with hand milled cypress from her father’s sawmill. Sarah was homeschooled most of her formative years and drew songwriting inspiration from her colorful childhood, surrounded by Seminole Indians and Florida pioneers. The songwriter’s emotive and nostalgic lyrics showcase her knack for timeless storytelling that transports the listener right into the center of the narrative. Produced by Jim Bickerstaff (Widespread Panic, Loretta Lynn, Chuck Leavell, Gladys Knight) and written entirely by McCulloch except for, “I’m Just an Old Chunk of Coal” written by legendary outlaw songwriter Billy Joe Shaver, Sawmiller’s Daughter is an evocative collection of stories rooted in strength, spirit and family. Renowned journal of roots music, No Depression cited McCulloch as being, “one of the most memorable debuts in recent Americana music history,” and her sound as, “genuine and sparkling with palpable emotion.” After living in upstate New York for over a decade, McCulloch returned to her homeland of South Florida with her feet firmly planted in the solid foundation she has built by sharing her life stories through song with a spirit of relatable honesty, fervor and warmth. “I became very serious about writing when I was at the end of a difficult time in my life,” says McCulloch, “I was very, very homesick for my home state of Florida. ‘Sugartown’ and the title track, ‘Sawmiller’s Daughter’ were written around that time. It was healing for me and helped me transition into a new life.” From listening rooms and theatres to gin-joints and festivals, McCulloch is enthralling audiences far and wide with her personable musical mosaic and unforgettable voice married with meaningful songs. In the Fall of 2021, McCulloch signed with Lady Savage MGMT & PR and will be releasing several singles with accompanying visual content leading up to the April 2022 release of her sophomore album, Sawmiller’s Daughter. Follow @sarahmacsongs on Instagram and visit www.sarahmacmusic.com for all of the latest updates and info about upcoming releases!

 

                                    $8 members $10 Genl.

      THE FOLK CLUB OF SOUTH FLORIDA IS A 501c3 nonprofit org.    

Please join us. Luna Star is a cash only café. The menu features fresh cooked food and Alexis has a great inventory of international beers and wine.            

It’s got free parking in the front and back with a “great vibe” and has been in business supporting the music community for over 25 years.

The nonprofit Folk Club of South Florida has been promoting music concerts, festivals, song swaps, library gatherings for more than 45 years.

The founder of the FCSF is Michael Stock, the WLRN radio host of long running show “Folk and Acoustic Music” which airs every Sunday from 1 to 5 on 91.3 FM.

 

Time

2 (Saturday) 8:00 pm

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