THIS MONTH'S PERFORMERS:
When you listen to Jeff Silver, you hear a swampy blues rocker one minute and a haunting ballad with soaring melodies the next. He's developed a unique guitar style that surprises you with unexpected grooves and chords that perfectly compliment his personal and powerful lyrics. Silver's is a "grown up" voice that's been influenced by everyone from The Beatles and James Taylor to Sting and Steely Dan, but he cooks up a satisfying stew that definitely has a flavor all its own. http://www.reverbnation.com/
Danica Alexander is young, sultry and sweet, like a natural torch singer from the 40s or 50s. She'll have expert back up with Louis Robinson.
Rick Diamond began playing guitar and writing songs when he was 12 years old. He says he's managed to clear his head of a hundred and seventy-five or so tunes, but there seem to be a few left that come out from time to time, usually in pairs, depending on whether he comes in contact with a proper muse. http://www.reverbnation.com/
Jim McCaffrey is another fine local singer/songwriter with 6 independently produced CDs. He's been singing and writing songs since he was 17 and is well known and loved in the Atlanta area. His latest video Sauce is from his most recent CD Rosalie's Night Out: Rock Songs From a New York Love . You'll hear the influence of Bob Dylan , Bruce Springsteen, and Paul Westerberg. http://www.youtube.com/
Tickets: $5 plus a canned goods donation for Sandy Springs Community Action Center.
Hungry Ear Coffee House features folk, smooth jazz and acoustic music at the Northwest Unitarian Universalist Congregation 1025 Mt. Vernon Highway, N.W., Sandy Springs, GA 30327.