Come on out to Corydon, IN on June 27 for the first show of Corydon’s Bluegrass On the Square. Sharing the show with us will be The New Balance at 4:00 pm, and Storefront takes the stage at 6:00 pm.
Remember folks, this show is FREE to the public. All you need to bring is a lawn chair. We hope to see you all there.
We will be doing a live broadcast on Concert Window from LaGrange Coffee Roasters which starts at 7:30pm EDT on May 15. Wherever you are in the world, you can tune in! We’ll be doing a few old Storefront favorites as well as introducing a couple of fun new tunes we’ve worked up.
The concert will happen at https://www.concertwindow.com/88759-storefront-congregation. Hope you can join us!
- Storefront Congregation
Storefront Congregation is excited to be part of the lineup for the 2015 Forest Fest at Jefferson Memorial Forest on Saturday, May 16. It’s an early start, we take the stage at 12:00. Here’s to a beautiful sunny day with great music, friends, and fans !
The Tim Faulkner Gallery presents an evening of acoustic music with Storefront Congregation along with special guest, Michael Cleveland.
Join us on Thursday, February 19th from 8-10 pm as the Tim Faulkner Gallery kicks off “Grass in the Gallery”
In addition to Michael Cleveland, former Storefront bandmate Nathan Livers will be joining us on Mandolin, filling in for the vacationing Turner Hutchens.
More information can be found at: http://www.timfaulknergalleryart.com
After two seasons of filling in as a “sideman” on mandolin, Turner Hutchens is now a full-fledged member of Storefront Congregation! If you don’t like the way we sound or how we do business, IT’S ALL TURNER’S FAULT! Just kidding – it’s only ¼ of his fault! We’ve been so lucky that Turner has shared his musical talents with us. He is an exceptional musician and we’re happy to be part of his journey and excited about our future direction! Congratulations to all!
A valley in Idaho
Just got back from our first trip on the Snake River aboard the American Empress steam boat. She’s a beauty! Just a little smaller than the American Queen, but she has the elegance of another great lady! Here are some photos from our trip to Idaho & Washington with a minor side step to Oregon via Hell’s Canyon.
SFC guys at Hell’s Gate
Turner & Murrell at Hell’s Canyon Dam
Show Room on the American Empress
Paddlewheel of the American Empress and the mountains beyond.
Coeur D’Alene Lake, Idaho
We’re looking forward to another season on the beautiful American Queen Steamboat on the Mississippi & Ohio rivers, as well as her sister the American Empress Riverboat on the Snake & Columbia rivers. Come cruise with us this year!
Folk Festival in Boonville, Missouri
Another exciting gig on the schedule THIS WEEKEND is the Big Muddy Folk Festival. We can’t wait to meet the folk folks in Boonville, Missouri and ‘show-me’ some SFC music!
In between gigs throughout the year, SFC band members often perform in other groups or special shows.
One such performance is today, March 15, when bass player, Lauren White will join John Gage and Brigid Kaelin along with Cantor David Lipp for a musical celebration of Purim at Congregation Adath Jeshuran . She also performs with Glenn Gibson as “Double Knot Spies” and is working on an annual Christmas program with friends Michael and Andrew Meehan.
“The MacDaddies” rock the house and kick up the country with SFC’s Kent Houchin on guitar and harmony vocals. They also perform as a smaller group, “The Fiasco Brothers.”
SFC banjo player, Murrell Thixton sits in with “Eddie Wells and the Kettle Creek Ramblers” periodically as well as performs with other local talented musicians such as wife, Robin Roller Thixton and Matt & Alan Phelps, etc.
Aspiring country star, Turner Hutchens performs with various groups to feature his vocal and multi-instrument talents in addition to his role with SFC on mandolin. He often performs with cousin, Jory Hutchens of Mickey Clark & Blue Norther.
Kent on stage with guitar
We are pleased to report that guitar player, Kent Houchin is recovering well from wrist and shoulder surgery over the winter! This is in follow-up to an earlier surgery on the other arm last year. He is almost a bionic man now and he’s in rehab getting ready to play some hot licks and killer rhythms on guitar again soon!
Christmas is right around the corner and the holidays are in full swing. Like you, we are enjoying the “most wonderful time of the year.” To all of you who came to our performances and supported our musical endeavors this past year, we say a very heartfelt, “Thank you.” Without you we would not be able to do what we do (you make it so much more enjoyable).
We are looking forward to 2014 and we hope to see you at a SFC show. In the meantime, get your wassail on, deck the halls, and rock around the Christmas tree. Love and joy to you all!
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!