Pottersville’s Acoustic Café
Saturday, May 6
Featuring Chip Mergott
On the first Saturday evening of every month, the Pottersville Community House is host to the Acoustic Café. Come enjoy an evening of live acoustic music in the peaceful ambiance of a rustic, cafe setting. May’s Café features artist Chip Mergott. Chip was discovered by Bonnie Raitt, and subsequently signed to a major label early in his career. He recently released his 18th record “I Can’t Stop Myself” (available on iTunes) on Notebook Records, one of the country’s longest running independent labels, which he founded. His “Mergott Music Minute” is currently heard on WDVR, WPRB (“Music You Can’t Hear on the Radio”) among other stations, and is a weekly feature in The Bucks County Herald. He’s been teaching music privately in Hunterdon County, N.J. and Bucks County, P.A. for over 20 years, and has recently authored his first book “How to Play the Guitar in One Hour.”
He’s also known for his musical tributes to both James Taylor and George Harrison, and his instrumental album “Hymns for Acoustic Guitar.”
Doors open at 7:30, refreshments including coffee, soft drinks, appetizers and desserts are on the house, no cover charge but donations are appreciated. The Acoustic Cafe is held in the Community House right in the heart of Pottersville at 2091 Black River Road (directly across from the Pottersville Church). Please contact the church office at 908-439-2628 or email email@example.com for more information on their community events and weekly worship services.