Boulder Coffeehouse Saturday April 13

Nate Smith organizes the monnthly Boulderhouse Cafe. A new guist musician is featured. This Saturday feature:

  • The 1st Parish Unitarian Universalist Church, 923 Main Street, Fitchburg, MA 01420
  • The Boulder Coffeehouse on Saturday, April 13th, 7:30pm, features Peter Fischman & Deb O’Hanlon!!PETER FISCHMAN is a hidden gem of a songwriter who ought to be widely known and lauded. His songs of home, friends, and family capture a moment or depict a place or event with the visual acuity of an Ansel Adams photograph. His wife DEB O’HANLON adds her beautiful clear voice. Together, they have released 2 CDs: “In His Own Words”, a CD of Peter’s songs and “Far East Kitchen” with both Peter originals, traditional and covers.Song lyrics can be found at www.peterfischman.com

    He can be reached at peterhf@comcast.net. For booking information, please contact Deb: deb@debohanlon.com

    The Boulder Coffeehouse is delighted to have them return to our humble stage!

    Proceeds from the $5 suggested donations will go to a local non-profit organization chosen by the feature performer.

    Peter Fischman & Deb O'Hanlon

    Peter Fischman & Deb O’Hanlon

    The Boulder Coffeehouse is a smoke-free, alcohol-free, fair-trade coffee, candlelit venue for folk and other musical genres, located at the First Parish Unitarian Universalist Church of Fitchburg, MA, 923 Main Street on the Upper Common. Note that parking in the Post Office lot is no longer allowed. The show begins at 7:30. You are welcome to visit our website at http://xongsmith.webs.com/boulder.html .

    Email greystone@net1plus.com or call 978-345-2661 for more details. Suggested freewill donation is $5 at the door. Non-perishable food goods are also encouraged. Throughout the evening a delicious assortment of baked goods, cider, teas, and coffees will be available for your pleasure. Email greystone@net1plus.com regarding open mike slots in advance of the show.

    Sound reinforcement is provided by JB Sound. Soundboard recordings of each performance can be requested by each performer in advance for a suggested $3.

Boulder Coffeehouse in Fitchburg MA PRESS RELEASE

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CONTACT: Nate Smith
978-345-2661
greystone@net1plus.com

The Boulder Coffeehouse on Saturday, February 9th, 7:30pm, features Fran LaMalva!!

Fran La Malva has been around for a while in these parts and has delighted every single crowd he’s performed for.

Fran L Malva copyright Nate Smith

Fran L Malva copyright Nate Smith

His polished and intricate guitar styles and arresting vocals capture each song equisitely, whether its one of his own compositions or maybe a Chris Smither tune or something else.  A very heartwarming experience!

Regular Coffeehouse goers may recall him from May, 2009 and we are blessed to have him return.  Not only does Fran play at the top-shelf level, but he also builds his own guitars and will bring two of them to the show Saturday.  His luthier business is located at http://lizardeye.com/ and he hails from Groton, MA.

Proceeds from the $5 suggested donations will go to a local non-profit organization chosen by the feature performer.

The Boulder Coffeehouse is a smoke-free, alcohol-free, fair-trade coffee, candlelit venue for folk and other musical genres, located at the First Parish Unitarian Universalist Church, 923 Main Street on the Upper Common, Fitchburg, MA, Note that parking in the Post Office lot is no longer allowed.  The show begins at 7:30.  You are welcome to visit our website at http://xongsmith.webs.com/boulder.html .

Email greystone@net1plus.com or call 978-345-2661 for more details.

Suggested freewill donation is $5 at the door.  Non-perishable food goods are also encouraged.  Throughout the evening a delicious assortment of baked goods, teas, and coffees will be available for your pleasure.

Email greystone@net1plus.com regarding open mike spots. Sound reinforcement is provided by JB Sound.  Soundboard recordings of each performance can be requested by each performer in advance for a suggested $3.

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