LashBrooks, April 2

Our Sanctuary becomes the Hungry Ear Coffee House on the first Saturday of each month. Doors open at 7:30 pm; the performance starts at 8:00. A $5 donation is requested and canned goods for the Community Assistance Center are always welcome.

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Bob Bakert on January 2

Bob Bakert has lined up some very talented friends to perform with him at the Hungry Ear on New Year’s weekend. Bob Bakert’s style is acoustic, Pop, R&B, and light jazz. On Saturday, he will be accompanied by Chris Riggenbach on bass, Mark Tucker on piano, and Mark Letalien on drums. Bob has served as the wonderful producer, host and […]

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Frank Hamilton and Pat Terry on Oct 3

Frank Hamilton, co-founder of the Old Town School of Music and Bill Rappaport, former 2nd chair clarinetist for the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra put together a night of swing/jazz tunes from the Great American Songbook. Classic tunes from the likes of Cole Porter, George Gershwin, Johnny Mercer, and Jerome Kern take on a jazzy style with Frank playing acoustic guitar and […]

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Matthew Kahler and the Mark Tucker Trio with Lori Perozzi at Hungry Ear Coffee House(TM) on August 1

Georgia native Matthew Kahler honed his style in the coffeehouses of Pasadena before returning to Georgia. He draws inspiration from James Taylor and Al Green with several stops in between and consistently delights audiences around the region. The Mark Tucker Trio with vocalist Lori Perozzi perform a swinging blend of vocal and instrumental standards-with-a-twist as well as original jazz tunes in the […]

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Strings of Spring at Hungry Ear Coffee House on April 4!

Musicians performing

Artists Bob Bakert, Chris Riggenbach, & Dustin Cottrell perform together this Saturday, April 4 at 8pm for a night called ‘Strings of Spring.’Playing classic folk, ’50s rock, originals from American Songbook standards, as well as some straight ahead jazz, from a soon to be released new CD. Also joining us will be the very popular Keltic Kudzu who rock Celtic […]

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