Did you know church sanctuaries can have fantastic acoustics?
Find out for yourself by joining us for an intimate concert series featuring local acoustic and roots musicians
Family-friendly • Children’s dance area • T-shirts • Quilt raffle • No cover
We will have a free-will offering near the end of the first set (suggested donation $20). The proceeds will go to support Epiphany’s outreach programs, such as the free Wednesday breakfasts; The Kitchen Table, women’s empowerment catering operation; opening our building for community groups such as the Benton Park Neighborhood Association and the Girl Scouts.
Coming up next...
Multi-instrumentalists Andy Ploof and John Wendland, the core songwriters in veteran St. Louis band Rough Shop, are the Wilhelms. The musical partners, who go back to the alt-country band One Fell Swoop in the ’90s, feature a repertoire of original songs and inspired covers of the folk music they love.
And some pizza!
During intermission, our neighborhood friends from Cafe Piazza will be providing delicious pizza for sale by the slice (to benefit Epiphany)
And a quilt for your kiddo (or to hang on your wall)!
The quilt is crib-sized and hand-quilted on a printed design. Raffle tickets will be available at all three concerts, with the winning ticket to be drawn at the final concert in May.
Brian curran - february 17, 2018
Blues and fingerstyle guitarist Brian Curran is a veteran St. Louis musician whose repertoire ranges from Mississippi John Hurt to Chet Atkins and John Prine. A member of the old-timey/traditional music band the Dust Covers, he can be heard around town in solo shows and various collaborations from country to jazz.
Mayor Taylor and Pete Ruthenburg
Mayor Taylor – Lydia Ruffin (guitar/ukulele), Charlie Pfeffer (mandolin) and Mike Tiefenbrun (bass) – performs “roots music” from jazz to folk to spirituals and original songs as well. Pianist Pete Ruthenburg will sit in with Mayor Taylor at Epiphany.
Faith • Community • Expression
Epiphany UCC Benton Park