COFFEEHOUSE: FREE MUSIC, FREE REFRESHMENTS
Tonight (Feb. 20), award-winning singer-songwriter Robinson Treacher appears live on stage at the Midtown Coffeehouse in Danbury.
The Coffeehouse is a weekly event at Western Connecticut State University (WestConn/WCSU) in Alumni Hall on the university's Midtown campus, 181 White St.
LIVE MUSIC TRADITION
The university has been hosting these Thursday night Coffeehouses since the Fall of 2005 with great success. These days, their live music events are attended by students and also by the general public throughout the greater Danbury area.
TREACHER: NATIONAL AWARD
The recipient of a NACS/CMT "Listener's Choice Award" in 2012, Robinson Treacher sings at that rare intersection between soul music and country music, with a voice some say is reminiscent of 1960's Joe Cocker. His latest album, "Porches" is set to be released this June.
Review: To read a review of Treacher's soon-to-be-released album, click here.
Website: To visit the Robinson Treacher website, click here.
TONIGHT'S LINEUP: FREE MUSIC, FREE REFRESHMENTS
The coffeehouse begins at 8PM with an assortment of "Open Mic" performers. At 9PM, the opening act begins. Tonight the opening performer is musician Drew Mazur, followed by featured act Robinson Treacher.
The public is invited to this FREE event. Sandwiches, cookies, soda, and (of course) coffee, are all free as well. Donations to sustain the Coffeehouse will be accepted.
Call 203-837-9700 for more info, and to visit the Coffeehouse website, click here.