This non-profit, volunteer group produces a weekly series of live, acoustic music programs. The venue is located in a small, rural Pennsylvania high school auditorium. It is an intimate and inexpensive place to see an artist perform. The place seats about 200 people on folding metal chairs, with tickets at $20-$25.
The headline act, last night, was the great Rory Block, a soulful blues singer and amazing guitarist who has been playing traditional country blues and old-timey-influenced folk music since the 1960's. She covered classic blues songs by Robert Johnson, Missisippi John Hurt, Son House, Muddy Waters,and others, as well as her original songs, plus she performed a couple of brilliant, acapella gospel numbers. She was captivating, as always, and I thoroughly enjoyed her performance. I was able to meet her after the show, and she autographed an instructional guitar DVD for me.
The sound system in this hall is amateurish, basically a portable P.A., but I would still come here again, and recommend it to others.
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