Doors: 02:00 PM Starts: 02:00 PM - $18 General Admission, $16 SFMS Members, $10 Students (ages 3 to 22) cover
An electrifying and intimate evening with four of the finest musicians in our area! They’ve been so popular, we’re bringing them back to our stage for an unprecedented fourth year.
Kevin excels at singing, instrumental prowess and songwriting. On guitar, mandolin or banjo, his nimble fingers extract magic from the strings. His arrangements are dizzyingly technical, with ingenious chordwork and melodic lines balancing the lyrics and vocals. In addition to his solo work, Kevin is half of the duo Voxology. Kevin also teaches guitar in Mechanicsburg and via guitar-yoga.com, challenging guitarists with fresh ideas that exercise the physical, the mind and the spirit.
A native of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, Henry came to playing music late in life and has spent the past few decades trying to make up for lost time. Since the early 80s he has been a regular on the local roots music scene, playing bluegrass, contra dance music, swing, contemporary folk/Americana, and a bit of Celtic. He has played with High Strung, Medicinal Purpose, The Contra Rebels, The Gnu Tones, Sweetwater Reunion, Ithaca (NY)-based bluegrass band Cornerstone, Rootbound, KJ & Henry, the Sweet Nothings, Shades of Green and Blue, and Sink or Swing. His new project is the Harrisburg Mandolin Ensemble.
Ken has been performing as a musician for more than thirty years, primarily as a guitarist and violinist. Ken performs, teaches, composes and arranges for over 17 instruments including voice, woodwind, reed, string and keyboards. Coming from a primarily country music background, he has performed with well known stars including Roy Clark and Mell Tellis, and has performed at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, Tennessee. Ken plays with several local bands, in genres ranging from Irish traditional to bluegrass to jazz.
Bruce is a side-man-for-hire who plays string bass in nearly any style imaginable. He has played with anyone who’s anyone in the area, including The Contra Rebels, The Canal Street Hot 6, Not Your Father’s Bluegrass Band, the Gadjo Playboys, Octavia Blues Band and with jazz pianists Mark Huber, Trixi Greiner, Tom Pontz and occasionally Steve Rudolph if he gets lucky. Even those who haven’t seen him onstage may have found him behind the scenes, helping other performers sound good; he was Susquehanna Folk’s sound engineer for many years.