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Tune into the Camp Street Cafe & Store Music hour.
 Every Saturday morning at 8:30 on KIVY 92.7 FM


All shows start at 8:00 PM unless otherwise mentioned

Children 12 and under are Free
Accompanied by Adult

New reservation policy at Camp Street Cafe.
Reservations will guarantee the reservation holder a seat,
but not a specific seat. Seating will be general admission,
first come first serve, with doors opening at 7:00pm

BYOB


 
Saturday, April 1
David Crockett Old Time Music Society



Friday, April 14
Albert & Gage


Saturday, April 15
Eli Barsi

 
Saturday, April 22
Sawmill Vagrants


Friday, May 12
Amy Rigby



 


Friday, May 26
Roy Bookbinder



 
 
Saturday, September 2
David Crockett Old Time Music Society


 
Saturday, December 2
David Crockett Old Time Music Society



Sunday, December 31
Ring in the New Year with the David Crockett Old Time Music Society Open Mic/Jam
8:00 PM - Midnight


   
       



Saturday, April 1
David Crockett Old Time Music Society
Open Mic/Jam
$2.00

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Friday, April 14
Albert & Gage


$22.00
Austin, Texas duo Albert and Gage (Christine Albert and Chris Gage) have a personal and musical chemistry that radiates from the stage.  The joy they experience making music together is evident as they travel through their musical roots, moving from country and folk to blues and French chansons.  The integrity of their musicianship and the rare blend of their voices create a unique and cohesive sound as Gage effortlessly switches from guitar to piano and accordion throughout their set to follow the mood of the music. 

Christine Albert has been described as a “wondrous singer with a beautiful focus and unrestrained grace”, and had a prolific recording career as a solo artist before meeting Gage, including the acclaimed “Texafrance” series, a bilingual tribute to her European family.  Chris Gage toured with Red Willow Band, Roy Clark and Jimmie Dale Gilmore and is currently playing guitar with Jerry Jeff Walker.

 Since teaming up in 1996 they have released six albums on their own MoonHouse Records label and built the successful MoonHouse Studio, where Gage maintains a full schedule as an in demand producer and musician. 

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Saturday, April 15
Eli Barsi

$16.50

Eli Barsi is an original farm girl from the prairies of southeastern Saskatchewan Canada. This traditional minded artist has spent many years in the entertainment business as a diverse entertainer, musician, songwriter, producer, yodeler, TV host, landscape artist, master craftswomen & award winner. Her accolades are many and span over 3 decades. In that time she has written & recorded a large body of work
[15 albums], performed full time and has celebrated independent success on USA, Canadian & European radio. She has been honored with numerous awards including the coveted Wrangler Award from the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City. Her 'Carter Scratch' style of lead acoustic guitar and crystal clear voice are well displayed at her live shows in which she includes a mix of well crafted originals & tasty standards in the styles of Western, Bluegrass, Gospel, Country & Canadiana Folk.

John Cunningham joins Eli on upright bass, harmony vocals & some fine yodeling. He is a SCMA award winner for "Instrumentalist of the Year", as well, he has engineered, co-produced many studio albums and is a superb live sound tech.

 

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Saturday, April 22
Sawmill Vagrants


Old Souls Food Truck will be serving some DELICIOUS meals before the show
(Time TBD).

Check out the menu here and their Facebook page for more information

Cuban sandwich- slow roasted pork, ham, swiss, pickle, mustard. Pressed on the grill
Turkey gyro- greek seasoned turkey breast, cucumber, tomato, red onion, feta cheese, moroccan sauce wrapped in flatbread
Shrimp po'boy- New Orleans french bread, bourbon mustard, cajun seasoned fries, fried shrimp, bourbon slaw
Bacon bones- bacon cured, cherry wood smoked babyback ribs, deep fried and held in a coffee au-jue. Served over fries.
Bourbon brined wings- fried and tossed in your choice of dry seasonings.
Choose cajun, spicy buffalo, sweet sriracha ginger, or carribean jerk.
Served over fries.

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$16.50

Although the current incarnation of the Vagrants has only been playing together for a year, Lloyd and Hollis come from a family which has been deeply involved in old time music for many years and have a number of recordings. James is an in-law of theirs and from a music rich background as well. The remaining Vagrants came slumming around at different times in recent years and found themselves welcomed in. What started as a great way to spend a Friday or Saturday night playing fun music resulted in invitations to play festivals and local venues, and now these no good Vagrants find themselves actually having to work at it!

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Friday, May 12
Amy Rigby

$16.50

When she was thirty-seven, the age most people decide it's about time to grow up and settle down, Amy Rigby did the opposite and released her first solo record _Diary Of A Mod Housewife_. _Diary_ was a concept album inspired by years of juggling artistic dreams, day jobs and relationships with the added challenge of motherhood. It was an early midlife battle cry complete with manifesto that ended with the words "not..ready...to give in...yet."

Diary Of A Mod Housewife combined real life lyrics and transcendent melodies with a passionate music fan’s collection of pop, rock and country influences. It was a critical smash and commercial success; voted #8 album in the 1996 Village Voice Pazz & Jop Critics’ Poll and landed Rigby on NPR’s Fresh Air with Terry Gross, noncommercial and college radio and in every major magazine and newspaper in the US.
Twenty years after its original release, _Diary Of A Mod Housewife_ is now available on vinyl for the first time, and Amy has been touring the US and UK to revisit the classics and play new songs from her upcoming solo album due out next year.

Amy grew up listening to AM and FM radio in the suburbs of Pittsburgh and moved to New York City in 1976 to attend Parsons School Of Design.
She saw all the bands at CBGB and Max’s, followed the Pop Group and Raincoats to London, and helped start late 70s downtown nightspot Tier 3 with a group of friends. She formed no wave band Stare Kits with Angela Jaeger (Pigbag) and began writing songs, singing harmony and playing guitar in country band Last Roundup with her brother Michael McMahon, putting out one album on Rounder in 1987. Amy’s next band The Shams, post-modern girl group beloved by Richard Hell and Robert Quine, released one album (produced by Patti Smith guitarist Lenny Kaye) on pioneering indie label Matador in 1991 and an EP in 1993.  The Shams toured the US, opening for both the Indigo Girls and Urge Overkill (possibly the only group on earth who can make that claim). Amy began playing solo shows and sending out cassettes of an early version of Diary. She worked with producer/guitarist Elliot Easton of The Cars to complete what dean of rock writers Robert Christgau called 1996’s “concept album of the year”.

Since then, she’s appeared on Late Night With Conan O’Brien, Mountain Stage, World Cafe, Whad’Ya Know, BBC 6 Music’s Marc Riley Show and PBS’s Speaking Freely. Amy has been a panelist and performer at CMJ, South by Southwest, Bumbershoot, Lilith Fair, Rockrgrl, Folk Alliance and Southern Festival Of Books conferences, and had her portrait drawn for the New Yorker.  She was a staff songwriter for Welk Music in Nashville and has had songs covered by They Might Be Giants’
John Flansburgh, Ronnie Spector, Maria Doyle Kennedy and Laura Cantrell.

Over the past two decades, she’s has toured North America, the UK and Europe and released several more solo albums. She’s also made three albums with her husband, British pop legend Wreckless Eric, who she met while performing his classic 1977 single “Whole Wide World” and reconnected with at a Yo La Tengo Hanukah show years later. Amy’s record "Dancing With Joey Ramone" is a staple of Little Steven’s Underground Garage show on Sirius XM and kitchen sink anthem "Are We Ever Gonna Have Sex Again?" is played in cafes and bars around the world by real life mod housewives and husbands.

 

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Friday, May 26
Roy Bookbinder


$22.00
SINGER-SONGWRITER-STORYTELLING-BLUESMAN..... Roy Book Binder has been rambling around the world for the past 45 years!   He gave up his Greenwich Village "pad"  in the early 1970's and lived in his "Tour Bus" for the next 15 years criss crossing the US and appearing at festivals  throughout Canada & Europe.
     
Book Binder, travelled with the legendary Rev. Gary Davis in the late 60's..... The Book, recorded his first solo acoustic Blues album in the 70's, which was the first to receive  5 stars in DOWNBEAT magazine!  In the  late 80's 'The Book' was part of Bonnie Raitt's  East Coast Tour, which included an appearance on The Grand Old Opry which led to almost 30 appearances on NASHVILLE NOW's, Ralph Emory Show!   In the 90's he often appeared  with JORMA KAUKONEN (who recorded 2 of Roy's songs) 

Last Aug. 19th,  THE GOOD BOOK, Roy's latest release of all original songs, reached #3 on AirPlayDirect's Americana charts!  #1 was Guy Clark & #2 was the late Townes Van Zandt.  Folkdj.org had Roy in the top 3 artists for July.


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Saturday, September 2
David Crockett Old Time Music Society


Open Mic/Jam


$2.00

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Saturday, December 2
David Crockett Old Time Music Society

Open Mic/Jam
$2.00

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Sunday, December 31
Ring in the New Year with the
David Crockett Old Time Music Society
Open Mic/Jam
8:00 PM - Midnight
$5.00

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