Acorn Coffeehouse
Burning Bush Art Gallery
216 N Main Street,  Wheaton, IL  60187
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Burning BushAcorn Coffeehouse is an exciting music and storytelling venue located in the beautiful newly renovated Burning Bush Art Gallery.  Concerts are on the 2nd Saturday of   each month (unless otherwise noted).  Enjoy a magnificent art exhibit and an evening of live music in a charming house built in the late 1890's. 
Concerts begin at 8:00 pm.  Doors open at 7:30.  Admission  $10.00

Check out the Jam  led by Dave Hodge
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Megan WellsMar 3rd - Megan Wells

Megan Wells is a story artist and a theater artist.  She creates the warm intimacy of storytelling, and more.  She infuses characters with living souls, and delivers the experience with delicious theatrical timing.  An award-winning storyteller, Megan performs in museums and symphonies, enhances education for thousands of children, entertains families in festivals and libraries, and helps executives, actors and storytellers craft powerful stories to effect change.    With over forty years experience, Megan has a vast repertoire.  She tells traditional tales, multi-cultural myths, historical events, as well as personal and true stories. 

Megan is also among the top literary storytellers in America.  As the Artistic Director of the Ray Bradbury Storytelling Festival, Ray granted Megan permission to perform his works.  She is equally comfortable in the jazzier domains of Chicago's current spoken word explosion.  For more info -  http://meganwells.com/

Joe Filisko  Eric NodenMarch 10th - Joe Filisko and Eric Noden The blues and roots music duo--- Joe Filisko and Eric Noden make an unforgettable impression. Their jaw-dropping virtuosity enables them to create more layers of sound and feeling than most full bands can summon, and both are high-energy, ultra-rhythmic performers. The collective result— in both their live shows and their recordings— are charged, dramatic performances that are simultaneously powerful and sophisticatedly subtle.

Joe and Eric are expert practitioners of harmonica and guitar styles that defined the blues in its earliest days but are now all too rarely heard. Both of these standout performers also teach and make it a point to share the insights they’ve gained from two lifetimes of deep research into the history of the music. For several years the city of Trossingen, Germany—the home of the Hohner harmonica company—has invited Filisko and Noden to conduct master workshops, and the pair has also offered joint workshops and performances at Australia’s Playmakers Festival, the Harmonicales Festival in France, and at the Old Town School of Folk Music in Chicago.  For more info visit rootsduo.com


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