It has become one of Sherman’s most popular events, and you won’t want to miss this year’s 9th annual “Live at the Lake” coffeehouse on Friday, September 9th at the Lake Mauweehoo Clubhouse in Sherman. Featured musicians include SCE Artistic Director Eliot Bailen, who will trade in his cello for the guitar, and the talented vocalist and guitar player Bob O’Connor, who will team up to play songs you know and love from the 1960s, ‘70s, ‘80s and beyond, including the likes of James Taylor, The Beatles, Paul Simon and more. Drummer Chris Parker, guitarist Paul McCormack and Pierre Piscitelli on keyboards will lend their talents as well. Popular local singer/songwriter Don Lowe will perform some of his original compositions that continue the fine ‘60s and ‘70s folk and blues traditions. Also appearing will be Potter’s Field, featuring Sherman School’s own Steve Trinchillo and Adam Carley, along with Janet Taylor. The Bailen Brothers Band and other special guests will round out the roster.
Admission is only $15 per person for adults (no charge for kids under 12). Reservations are not required, but seating is limited so plan to arrive early. Proceeds from this event support the activities of the Sherman Chamber Ensemble and help preserve the charming Mauweehoo Clubhouse.
Doors will open at 7:00 PM, and the music starts at 8:00. Come early and bring your dinner. Munchies, dessert and soft drinks will be served – bring your own wine, beer, etc. Call the Sherman Chamber Ensemble at 860-355-5930 for more information.