This First Friday we have a fantastic entertainment line-up coming to the Village Cafe! Beginning with Claire Domingue, our live music will begin at 6:00 PM, then continue with performances by the Broken Spokes and Adrienne Mack-Davis w/Taylor Zaro until close!! See below for more details about each artist.
“A classical piano player since age 6, guitar player, singer and songwriter since 14, Claire has made her music her life. Spending her days teaching music lessons, she has a relationship with music unusual for her age. She has taken the stories of her life and those close to her to create personal and emotional songs rooted in multiple styles of folk. On her debut album, Someday You’ll Know, she uses her skills on guitar, piano, and mandolin with a no-frills band and occasional string accompaniment. Catch her live, and you’ll get the same passion and energy from the record.”
“The Broken Spokes came together in Houston, Texas over the love of the long forgotten country music of yesterday and a dissatisfaction of where the music is today. Presenting these great songs as true to the day they were recorded, The Broken Spokes hope to fill the void in the “country music ” you may hear in bars and dance halls today. From the sad songs of Lefty to the ringing harmonies of Buck and Don, The Broken Spokes will take you back to a time to when you weren’t embarrassed to say you were a fan of country music.”
Adrienne Mack-Davis and Taylor Zaro
Beginning at 10:30 PM
“Adrienne Mack-Davis was raised in a household built on classics and soul music, from Ella Fitzgerald to Sting, Adrienne encompasses an eclectic mix of style and influence. Classically trained she has studied at the world famous Eastman School of Music as well as acquired a degree in music composition from SUNY Purchase. Her skills have been sharpened, grounded, and strengthened to build the foundation for a strong and lasting future in the music industry.
‘You can hear her coming a mile away’. If you want Adrienne, you just follow the voice” say those around her. Since Music and Me: The Process, her first project was released in 2010 she has been gaining steady momentum. Landing everything from a spread in YRB magazine to opening for such artists as Skyzoo and Luke James to being a featured artist on SOB’s Sol Village hosted by Eric Roberson.
She has also collaborated with Dead Prez’s M-1, Jared Dietch and Jupiter Ace to name a few. “She sang us from A to Z”, commented Swizz beats after her performance at MTV Viacom’s Black History Month event “The Beat”. Adrienne believes “That to whom much is given much is asked in return” and represents Fighting for Futures an organization that travels the world in aim to inspire and assist they also spread awareness around the threat of human trafficking. As an official artist under Fighting for Futures Adrienne has been on the Van’s Warped Tour for summer 2011 & 2012 traveled to Mexico, Guatemala, India and Nepal spreading knowledge and music to communities all over the world.”
Accompanying Adrienne Mack-Davis this Friday night, cellist and singer Taylor Zaro will grace the stage with her talented performance! Click the link below to listen to some of her latest recordings!
AND IN ADDITION TO THAT…
Southern Star Brewery Swag Giveaway this First Friday!!
This First Friday, Southern Star will be giving away prizes to each customer at The Village Cafe that purchases one of their beers! Choose from 3 incredible brews: Bombshell Blonde Ale, Le Mort Vivant, and Buried Hatchet Stout, and receive a free beer koozie, stickers, and more!!