For over fifteen years local musicians from across the Lower Mainland have joined us to help raise funds and awareness for the Crossroads Inlet Centre Hospice. Our "Unplugged at the Crossroads Hospice Coffeehouse" series is set in a causal atmosphere centered on acoustical performances from a wide range of musical genres.
The Gathering Place
1100 - 2253 Leigh Square, Port Coquitlam
$5 admission at the door
Doors open at 7:00 pm
Open stage 7:30 pm
Feature performer 9:00pm
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$5 admission at the door.
COFFEEHOUSE 2019 Winter Line Up
- January 11 - Al Foreman
Al is a seasoned musician and recording artist who will utilize both performance and narration to pay tribute to the various artists who have influenced his musical stylings throughout the past 55 years. The evening performance will also include many of his original compositions. From the beginnings of rock & roll through to the earlier sounds of ballads, blues, and boogie woogie, this 75-year-old artist now has a whole lot of rock music history music to share with his listeners.
- January 25 - Jook Joint Jokers with
Special Guest Ellen van der Hoeven
The Jook Joint Jokers (Craig Williams and Barry Truter) are passionate about the blues. Playing a combination of six string guitar, resonator, slide, and blues harp, they serve up a tasty menu of traditional acoustic blues with a side order of contemporary blues and originals. They'll be joined by special guest Ellen van der Hoeven who brings her stunning vocals, and guitar and mandolin skills to the mix. The Jook Joint Jokers infuse their sets with passion and humour, delivering a night of feels-so-bad-it-feels-good kinda songs. Don't miss 'em!
- February 8 - Ivan Boudreau
Ivan Boudreau has been a professional musician/songwriter and wandering minstrel for over 45 years. He has deep roots in Nova Scotia, and spent some of his younger years in Boston and Toronto but he now calls BC home. Ivan's driving passion is stories and songs that are honest and heartfelt His well-crafted songs are sensitive, thought provoking and unique, with hauntingly beautiful melodies that take listeners on an emotional musical journey.
He produces a monthly songwriters' showcase called SongStage in two different Lower Mainland venues - The Gallery Bistro in Port Moody and the ACT Arts Centre in Maple Ridge – offering songwriterrs a listening environment to showcase their work.
- February 22 - Tony Prophet
Always fun, always awesome guitar and vocals. Tony is back for another round. Both Tony and Al Foreman play for our Hospice itself, as well.
- Upcoming performers
- March 8 - Just Duets
- March 22 - Fraser Union
- April 12 - Willy Blizzard
- April 26 - Gary Poole
- May 10 - Friendly Folk
- May 24 - Mad For Joy
Charity Number: 894850635 RR0001