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Hi, everyone. We're delighted to announce that we'll be opening for the inimitible Jonathan Byrd at The Tin Pan in Richmond, VA on March 24th! Jonathan is one of our favorite musicians around right now, and we couldn't be more honored to be opening for him. This is sure to be an excellent show. Hope to see you there! 🙂 ... See MoreSee Less

The McTell Brothers open for Jonathan Byrd!

March 24, 2017, 8:00pm - March 24, 2017, 9:00pm

We couldn't be any more excited to be opening for Jonathan Byrd! This is going to be a great show.

Sound check! The new room and sound system are amazing! One World Coffeehouse
in Columbia MD
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Really looking forward to this show! We'll be debuting some new material, and playing some older material with a couple years' more experience than we had last time we visited One World Coffeehouse in Columbia MD. Bring your friends, bring your neighbors! Bring your friends who are neighbors! Get your tickets here: www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2794687 ... See MoreSee Less

The McTell Brothers at One World Coffeehouse in Columbia

February 18, 2017, 7:00pm - February 18, 2017, 8:30pm

One World Coffeehouse welcomes The McTell Brothers (www.McTellBrothers.com) on Saturday, February 18th. These fraternal twins troubadours perform Americana, folk, and blues music. Starting music lessons at 7 years old, they made their first live appearance at age 9, and now a decade later, proficient on acoustic and electric guitar, have jammed with some of the top songwriters and guitarists from Nashville, Austin, New York and beyond. The McTell Brothers will be debuting some new material from their recently released self-titled EP, featuring Grammy-nominated Jen Gunderman (of Sheryl Crow’s band) on keys, Bones Hillman (of Midnight Oil) on bass, and Paul Griffith (touring with Todd Snider) on drums and percussion. The band’s name is homage to legendary bluesman Blind Willie McTell. Writes musician Sam Pacetti: “…every so often, something completely novel and unexpected emerges.. drawing from the well of experience of those that have come before, yet bringing it together with distinct originality. Enter Jeff and Brian Brown-Hill, fraternal twins who are potentially two of the most talented and unique emerging young artist of the day… Ignore them at your own peril!” Table seating. Baked goods available for sale. BYOB. Tickets in advance: $20/$10 youth 18 years & under; Tickets at door $22/$12; Free for 5 years & younger. Order at: www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2794687 Proceeds benefit those in need through the charity outreach of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Columbia (UUCC) Questions? OneWorldCoffeehouse@uucolumbia.net or call 410-381-0097 About the One World Coffeehouse The One World Coffeehouse started in 1999 with the goal to build a sense of community by presenting an array of artistic and musical talent in a comfortable, family-friendly setting. Evening performances happen the 3rd Saturday of each month in a grand listening room with candle-lit tables. A unique feature of this performance venue is an adjoining glass lobby area from where to see and hear the performance while allowing a restless child to move about, if needed. Please support the Coffeehouse and this good cause by spreading the word and attending! For additional info, check out: uucolumbia.net/upcoming-one-world-coffeehouse.html

Can't wait to return to One World Coffeehouse in Columbia MD!!! This is a great music series with wonderful sound and a beautiful listening room. Join us for a great evening. Get your tickets here: www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2794687 ... See MoreSee Less

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