Coffee house starting SUNDAY!
Everyone is invited to the 2019 edition of the Einstein Alley Musicians Collaborative (EAMC)/Hopewell United Methodist Church (HUMC) “Coffee House” and Open Mic — now located at The Hopewell United Methodist Church — with featured artists “Crown Electric”.
The first coffee house is planned for Sunday Jan. 13 from 2 pm-5 pm in the church sanctuary.
“Crown Electric” is a musical group composed of Princeton-area musicians Gary Appleby (bass), Paul Bejgrowicz (vocals, rhythm guitar), Jay Greenfield (drums) and Barry Schoendorf (lead guitar). Crown Electric was formed in 2018 out of the Einstein Alley Musicians Collaborative and has established a presence at local open mics and music showcases. The group plays a diverse and eclectic mix of jazz, blues, rock and funk ‘covers’ from artists including Jaco Pastorius, the Mahavisnu Orchestra, Chuck Berry, Elvis Presley, Moody Blues, Bessie Smith, Albert King, Howlin’ Wolf and Buddy Miles.
All are welcome to join the Open Mic part of the afternoon – performance slots will be 10 minutes / 2 songs, with an opportunity to perform a 3rd song in the 2nd round if time allows. Suggested donation for all adults is $5 each to support HUMC Missions – come on out and share your talent for a good cause!
Helen O’Shea of EAMC is our coordinator and host! Thank you to Helen for leading the coffee house.
New to this location? See our directions page!