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Jazz Guitar and A Cappella Performances featured at the February Piedmont Percolator Coffeehouse

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Somers, CT -- Piedmont Hall was brimming with energy on Sunday, January 13, as a packed house enjoyed the musical stylings of the Grass Routes Bluegrass Band.  This fourth installment of the Piedmont Percolator Coffeehouse Series, presented by the Somers Cultural Commission, did not disappoint as Grass Routes’ skillful instrumentals and tight harmonies delighted the capacity audience.


The next concert in the series, Sunday, February 10, features a diverse lineup of local first class performers.  First, Piedmont Hall will host Michael Coppola, an accomplished jazz guitarist, whose signature “9 string” instrumentation has garnered him widespread acclaim.  Critics have described his work as “unique,” “mindboggling,” “magical,” and “inventive.” Michael has performed on the national stage at guitar shows and festivals but has also occupied more intimate settings like our very-own Piedmont Hall.  As such, the Somers Cultural Commission is excited to host him this month as part of the coffeehouse series.


The second portion of the evening will feature the Four Tune Seekers, a Manchester, CT based barbershop quartet whose rich harmonies are well known locally and on the competition circuit.  The Four Tune Seekers embody the classic spirit of the barbershop style and they are sure to warm the chilliest of February nights.


The remainder of the Piedmont Percolator Coffeehouse Series will continue through April and features a diverse schedule of talented musical performances including Donna Martin, Dan Stevens, Lauren Agnelli, and Amalgamated Muck. 


Join us at Piedmont Hall, 604 Main Street, Somers, and enjoy Michael Coppola and the Four Tune Seekers at the next Piedmont Percolator, Sunday, February 10th, from 7-9 p.m.  Admission and coffee are free.  For further information call 860-763-1833 or go to www.somerscultural.com.

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