After Caroline and Tom's set of Irish traditional tunes in our 2020 Emerging Artist Showcase, our judges all declared they were moving to Dingle. This duo's youthful exuberance and their joy in playing together is irresistible. The show includes both a professionally filmed concert and a virtual visit to their home in Dingle. The beauty and vibrant culture of rural Ireland enlivens their
virtual concert premiering on Sunday, November 7.
Good news for folks who missed our in-person concert with Bruce Molsky & Tony Trischka on August 29 — or who loved it and want to share it with distant friends. We recorded it! Grab a ticket, “Hit Rewind,” and watch the concert
on YouTube until Sunday, November 7.
Our 2021 Virtual Coffee House mini-series debuts with three performers joining us over the airwaves. John Kingman Smith is known for his place-centered songwriting and his work with 3 Dollar Suit. Brother duo Pyxus plays folk and Newgrass inspired by a variety of artists. Wilmington area folk-rocker Larry D (Larry DiPaolo) will remind you of the singer songwriters of the 1970’s.
Our own Joe Cooney emcees this
livestream Coffeehouse concert on Sunday evening, November 14.
The role of women in shaping Blues music as an art form was pivotal, yet often overlooked. Join us online for an engrossing evening of women-inspired blues music.
Valerie Turner is a prominent blues artist in the style of Piedmont legends like Mississippi John Hurt, Elizabeth Cotten, Memphis Minnie, and Etta Baker.
Suzy Thompson is a powerful blues singer and fingerpicking guitarist, master of genres from prewar acoustic blues to Cajun to old-time, especially tunes with a ragtime feel.
Mary Flower is a master blues guitarist and singer; her repertoire ranges from Piedmont to the Mississippi Delta, with stops in ragtime, swing, folk and hot jazz.
Mary Flower serves as moderator for this intimate
virtual gathering — live on Zoom on Sunday, November 21.
Susquehanna Folk Music Society
378 Old York Road, New Cumberland, PA 17070