NEXT SHOW - Zoe Mulford
Zoe Mulford last appeared at Deer Creek back in January 2015 and I figured why have I waited so long to bring her back. That night we had the largest crowd to date.
So, lean forward. Zoe Mulford has something to tell you. The grandchild of two radio announcers, Zoe comes from a family where stories are as essential as breathing. She's an American songcrafter who backs her clear, luminous voice with guitar or banjo, conjuring a world within each tune. She is best known as the writer or "The President Sang Amazing Grace," an account of the 2015 racist attack at the Emanuel AME Church in Charleston. The song was covered by Joan Baez in 2018 and by Kronos Quartet in 2019, won an International Folk Award for Song of the Year in 2018, and was transformed by artist Jeff Scher into a video and a picture book. During Covid lockdown, Zoe returned to her long-neglected first instrument to create a new EP, "Purple Piano." She now lives in the North of England and tours on both side of the Atlantic.
Here we are in Year 12 !
We invite you to explore live folk and singer/songwriter music in an intimate setting at Deer Creek Coffeehouse (DCC), a non-alcoholic venue located in the picturesque setting of Darlington, MD. DCC seats approximately 100 people at small, candlelit tables, in the friendly and cozy style of The Village, NYC coffee houses of the 1950’s and 1960’s. Now in its twelfth season, DCC, a non-profit organization, is devoted to presenting professional acoustic recording artists from all over the U.S., Canada and sometimes Ireland and Wales.
The suggested donation amount for each show is $15-$17 for adults and $5 for youth ages 13-21. Only cash and checks written to Deer Creek Coffeehouse are accepted. Doors open 30 minutes prior to each show. No one is turned away for inability to donate the amount. Homemade baked goods, non-sugary snacks, coffee tea, water and soda are sold for a nominal fee. The venue has an ADA accessible ramp. We reserve tables for those with limited mobility, i.e., wheel chairs, walkers, etc.