May 9, 2014
Magpie and Bob Zentz
Terry Leonino and Greg Artzner began to play music together in September of 1973; in the years since then, they have traveled and toured extensively, performed in concerts, at folk clubs and festivals around the world.
“...simply, absolutely, unequivocally wonderful...they'll thrill you to boots, melt your heart...The controlled beauty of Terry's singing is what hits you first, but she also plays a mean harp, and Greg's relaxed accompaniment compliments her perfectly. And when they yodel in harmony... well you can wave ta-ta to your heart.” --Colin Irwin, Melody Maker (London, England)
Bob Zentz draws on over thirty years performing experience, plus time spent as an educator, broadcaster, award-winning songwriter, instrument builder, sailor, and recording artist. Playing dozens of usual and unusual folk instruments, with a repertoire of more than 2000 songs and tunes.
“Zentz’ enthusiastic style, anecdotal comments and unique humor delighted the audience and kept them involved … a consummate teacher, [whose] songs rang true, because his approach was legitimate." --Bob Ruegsegger, Virginia Beach Sun
Make Your Reservations Now
$16 online, $20 at the door
We can only accept pre-paid, non-refundable reservations online. Tickets will still be available at the door on a first-come, first-served basis.
And don't forget the homemade cupcakes and other delicious
refreshments made by Lauren Seat's "Seat at the Table"
available during the intermission.
Carroll Café is a volunteer-driven venue that needs your help to make it happen. We are looking for a few dedicated music lovers willing to learn some of the jobs that make for a successful concert month after month, and able to make an ongoing commitment. You'll get to work with a great group of folks, and the satisfaction of keeping the music alive in the Takoma/Takoma Park neighborhood. If interested please contact Sandra Miller at email@example.com
PS: For more great folk and acoustic music, check out
Folklore Society of Greater Washington at www.fsgw.org
Focus Music at www.focusmusic.org.
Institute of Musical Traditions at www.imtfolk.org
and Common Ground on the Hill, featuring both monthly concerts and Traditions Weeks I and II each July, at www.commongroundonthehill.org