Acoustic Cafe

Pottersville’s Acoustic Café

 Saturday – June 3

Catmoondaddy will be playing in Pottersville again this June!  They have become one of the café’s top performers; playing a wide variety of songs including classic rock hits, folk, country ballads and soul classics with covering artists that include Cat Stevens, Neil Young, Dion, Paul Simon, Wilson Pickett, The Beatles, Bob Dylan, The Band, Elvis, Grateful Dead, The Everly Brothers and Jim Croce!

Catmoomdaddy is comprised of band members Al Radzik, Walt Haake and Mike Mossa who are life-long friends.  They have contributed their talent to several fundraisers including efforts to support battered women, helping in the fight against Autism and sponsoring an aspiring football star that was injured in a car accident.  They have performed throughout New York and New Jersey with appearances in some notable venues like The Bitter End in NYC, The Helmsley Palace and on radio station WDVR.

The Acoustic Café will be open from 7:30 – 9:30.  Appetizers, deserts and beverages are all compliments of the house – and no cover charge!  CD’s will be on hand for purchase.  A donation to cover expenses is always appreciated.  The Community House is located at 2091 Black River Road in Pottersville, directly across from the Pottersville Church.   You can call the church office at 908-439-2628; email us at pottersville.church@aol.comor check out our website at pottersville.rcachurches.org for more information on additional monthly Acoustic Café performances, our worship services and other community events.

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 pottersville.church@aol.com for more information on their community events and weekly worship services.

 

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