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May 5th- Edie Carey @ The Blue Frog Coffeehouse

The Blue Frog Coffeehouse, 64 Main Street, Market Place Mall, Cortland, NY 13045, 607.758.7989
http://www.myspace.com/bluefrogcoffee
http://www.livejournal.com/users/bluefrogcoffee

Friday, May 5th, 8pm- Edie Carey- $10
With her warm, graceful voice and her knack for cutting "into a subject...with a diamond-edged blade**," Edie Carey grabs hold of her audiences and doesn't let go until she steps off the stage. While her songs are what first draw listeners in, it's what she says in between that keeps them coming back. Carey's wry and self-mocking humor, coupled with her ability to tell a great story, makes audiences feel as though they have just spent the evening with a very close friend. Given the triple threat of her magnetic stage presence, heart-grabbing songs, and almost unearthly voice, it's no wonder that the word about Carey is traveling fast.
http://www.ediecarey.com
http://www.myspace.com/ediecarey

There's plenty of music going on this weekend with Pieces of East and Janet Robin, and next weekend with Edie Carey, Rachel Davis, & Peter Mulvey. Check it out!



BIG SHOWS @ The Blue Frog Coffeehouse

The Blue Frog Coffeehouse proudly presents:

Friday, April 28th, 8pm- Pieces of East- $6
Drawing from Indian classical and American Folk
cultures, Pieces of Easts unique Folk/Pop songs have
earned them fans from around the world; won them
several prestigious Austin Music Awards; and ignited
radio stations all over the country. David Lynch of
Austin's most popular weekly, the Austin Chronicle,
hails Pieces of East as "a veritable supergroup" while
Madalyn Sklar, president of grassroots music
community, Go Girls Music says, "Pieces of East
delivers the best groove/pop I've ever heard".
http://www.piecesofeast.com
http://www.myspace.com/piecesofeast

Saturday, April 29th, 8pm- Janet Robin- $5
Janet Robin is not just another female singer/
songwriter with a guitar. From her performances, one
gets the sense that she and the guitar are one.
Countless reviews have been written to attest to her
playing abilities. Janets musical roots are grounded
by her mentors: Ann & Nancy Wilson (Heart) and Lindsey
Buckingham (Fleetwood Mac). It all began with Janet
listening to her older brother perform. This inspired
her to pick up the guitar at the early age of six and
study under the guitar teacher around the corner from
her home, Randy Rhoads (Ozzy Osborne).
http://www.janetrobin.com
http://www.myspace.com/janetrobin

Friday, May 5th, 8pm- Edie Carey- $6
With her warm, graceful voice and her knack for cutting "into a subject...with a diamond-edged blade**," Edie Carey grabs hold of her audiences and doesn't let go until she steps off the stage. While her songs are what first draw listeners in, it's what she says in between that keeps them coming back. Carey's wry and self-mocking humor, coupled with her ability to tell a great story, makes audiences feel as though they have just spent the evening with a very close friend. Given the triple threat of her magnetic stage presence, heart-grabbing songs, and almost unearthly voice, it's no wonder that the word about Carey is traveling fast.
http://www.ediecarey.com
http://www.myspace.com/ediecarey

Saturday, May 6th, 8pm- Rachael Davis- $10
In September of 2001, Rachael moved from Michigan to
Boston and within the span of seven months was awarded
a Boston Music Award for Best New Singer-Songwriter.
In 2002, Rachael contributed "Lonely When You're Gone"
to the Respond II compilation, which also includes
such luminaries as Joan Baez, Dolly Parton, Ani
DiFranco, and Eryka Badu. Her influences range from
the jazz stylings of Ella Fitzgerald to the soulful
pop vocals of Patty Griffin -- with many more in
between. She is a contemporary songwriter but is
equally at home singing anything from traditional
ballads to Cole Porter to Joe Henry. In April, 2001,
she released her debut CD, Minor League Deities, a
collection of original songs featuring performances by
many of the people whose musical and personal paths
she has crossed throughout her life, including Claudia
Schmidt.
http://www.rachaeldavis.com

Sunday, May 7th, 7-9pm (special showtime!!!)- Peter
Mulvey- $10
Peter Mulvey's new album, The Knuckleball Suite
(Signature Sounds) is a collection of thirteen new
songs that aptly display why he has, over the length
of his extensive career (this is his ninth solo
release) been compared to such heavyweights as Tom
Waits, Leonard Cohen, Randy Newman, and others.
Collaborating once again with longtime writing partner
and producer David "Goody" Goodrich, the album is
vibrant, surprising, and in many ways, like a notch
falling perfectly into a groove for a musician with a
history as rich and diverse as Mulvey's.
http://www.petermulvey.com
http://www.myspace.com/petermulvey
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