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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Filisko & NodenSept. 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. For more info visit rootsduo.com







Michael JohnathonOct. 8th - Michael Johnathon

Folksinger Michael Johnathon has a long-standing career in acoustic arts as a songwriter, playwright, composer of the opera, Woody: For the
People
, and as the host of the live audience broadcast of the WoodSongs Old Time Radio Hour with a radio audience with over two million listeners each week on 500 public radio stations, public television coast-to-coast, plus American Forces Radio Network in 173 nations.

Growing up in New York, Michael Johnathon was Pete Seeger’s neighbor. Now settled in the foothills of Appalachia, the Kentucky-based songwriter is a prolific artist with ten released albums, two published books and several national projects. His play Walden: The Ballad of Thoreau has been performed over 8,000 times in 42 countries. A tree-hugger at heart, he performed two thousand Earth Concerts at schools and colleges, plus benefits for the homeless, farm families, and shelters helping battered women and children. Billboard Magazine headlined him as an "UnSung Hero" and he has been featured on CNN, TNN, CMT, AP, Headline News, NPR, Bravo and the BBC.

Recently, Michael helped organize the national WoodSongs Front Porch Association to help organize rural and community music and a massive educational program. Members of the WFPA are called "SongFarmers," which is also the title of his latest album, the very first national CD release to be completely recorded on an iPhone.

In addition to his albums, books, concerts and other projects the Martin Guitar Company recently introduced the Michael Johnathon signature model 0000-28s "WoodSongs Quad" guitar.  Visit his websites:  MichaelJohnathon.com  WoodSongs.com  WaldenPlay.com WoodyGuthrieOpera.com  SongFarmers.org

 
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