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Annie & Rod Capps w/ Jason Dennie

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NEXT SHOW - Annie & Rod Capps w/Jason Dennie

The Capps’ sound meets at the intersection of Americana & Folk citing rock, jazz and bluegrass influences. Annie’s disarming, penetrating, and layered songs are punctuated by Rod’s effortless, accompaniment and beautiful solo work on both guitar and viola.

For this show, they will be joined by band-mate, Jason Dennie, one Michigan’s most sought after award-winning instrumentalists, on Mandolin and harmony vocals. As a trio, the Capps' sound benefits from Dennie's decades of experience across genres and together they weave unforgettable melodies that are at once intricate and sparse – musically completing each others’ sentences.

Nine studio albums later Annie & Rod continue to explore their love of blending diverse styles to create a fresh and unique amalgamation all while sticking to their narrative “songs about broken things and poignant little ponderings delivered with a rootsy vibe, a touch of twang and soulful groove”.


 

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  • Annie (guitar) & Rod (guitar & viola) Capps’ sound meets at the intersection of Americana & Folk citing rock, jazz and bluegrass influences. For this show, they will be joined by band-mate, Jason Dennie, one Michigan’s most sought after award-winning instrumentalists, on Mandolin and harmony vocals.
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  • Rod Abernethy is a unique blend of an authentic southern folk troubadour, master acoustic guitarist, and award winning songwriter and composer for film and TV. His last album, Normal Isn’t Normal Anymore, received rave reviews from No Depression, American Highways and The Wall Street Journal.
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  • Ash Devine's musical style spans contemporary folk and Americana, traditional Appalachian music, old time country and blues. Eleanor Ellis a native of Louisiana, is a celebrated master of the country and piedmont blues genres, and a connoisseur of the folk and bluegrass traditions.
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ABOUT US

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. 

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