Not Just Another Coffeehouse

Not Just Another Coffeehouse has offered a community venue for outstanding music: Celtic, Folk, Bluegrass, Jug Band, Classical Indian, Cabaret, Jazz, French Canadian, Irish, and more since 2012. Each month, on the third Saturday of the month the historic Unitarian Meetinghouse in Sharon, Massachusetts, comes alive with music. And in addition to the music, we serve delicious home-made desserts and free trade beverages.

You can pay at the door (there is always enough room) – $15 or whatever you can afford (no one is ever turned away). Children are free.

3rd Saturday of each month @ 7 p.m.

Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and the church is handicapped accessible.

Upcoming Performances

September 15, 2018 Hilton Park
Hilton Park is an award winning 3-piece Americana/Folk group, family friendly, all acoustic, from Berwick Maine.
           
The have received four New England Music Award nominations in four years, including the win for 2015 “Best In State: Maine”, an award chosen from nominees of all musical genres.  Most recently they have been nominated for 2017 Album of the Year, also encompassing all musical genres.
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October 20, 2018 The Rough and Tumble

The Rough & Tumble is a multi-instrumental folk-americana duo consisting of Mallory Graham and Scott Tyler.  While they consider their beloved PO Box location to be Nashville, the couple has been living on the road with their two dogs for two of their five touring years.  The Rough & Tumble delivers each performance with the nudge of an elbow, a wink from the right eye, and the sincerity of Pinocchio after his rehabilitation.  Their 2016 release, Pieces and Pieces, was written for the dually named Alyssa Pearson film, and delved into themes of women, war, and PTSD.  Their recent release, Cardboard and Christmas Lights (Rock Candy Recordings), is a 7 song EP that brings any R&T fan– new or long time devout– up to date with an uncomfortable smile on their somber face. Their upcoming full length album, We Made Ourselves a Home When We Didn’t Know, is expected in early February 2018.

You can listen to our music and generally get to know us at our website , or if you are looking for more information check out our
“EPK” here.

November 17, 2018 Rupert Wates

His music is an eclectic mix of acoustic, melodic art/folk, with flavors of jazz, vaudeville and cabaret. He has released nine solo CDs. They have received outstanding reviews in the international online press and tracks from them have been played on radio all over the world. In addition, Wates’ songs have been covered by other artists in the UK, Canada and the US. Two full length tribute CDs to his material have been recorded: ‘Crazy Puzzle’ (2015) by Nashville-based performer Roxie Rogers, and ‘Wide Open Heart’ (July 2017) by Los Angeles vocalist Susan Kohler.

Despite Wates’ British background, and underpinning the universality of his music’s appeal, Folk And Acoustic Music Exchange has called him “a prime figure in American music” (www.acousticmusic.com) and goes on: “This is one gifted sonofabitch… If you’re not hip to this guy yet you’re missing out.”

Audiences everywhere respond to Wates’ brand of melodic art/folk—haunting songs that ring true. Check him out on his
website .