Americana Community Music Association, Inc.

Upcoming Events
Contact Us

2015 Upcoming ​Performances:
(Please see Listening room page if you would like to make reservations for upcoming events)

"Feb 22nd: Gurf Morlix 
opening Ken Crosby"

"Feb 28th: Cosy Sheridan  
opening Lucia Jenkins "

March 7th: Hans York.  
opening Bob Covington and the Old Fogies House band.

"March 13: Tim Farrell 
opening Scott Dozier"

March 20th: HomeGrown series presents
 ACMA member Bob Williams in Concert AKA The Bob Show!

March 28th: Kate and Bill Isles
opening Jim Visone

April 4th: 8 Ball Aitken 
opening David Hintz

April 11th: Patchouli
opening  Val & David Dean   

April 18th: Jaime Michaels  
opening Ray Cerbone

"April 25th: HomeGrown series presents
ACMA Member Alan Bradford w/ Laura Leary"

Join us for some great original Music!

Come out and Join us!

Sundays- 2-5 pm
Singer Songwriter Circle

Please note: 
Until further notice all ACMA Listening Room Concerts will be held at the 
All Faiths Unitarian Congregation building located at  2756 McGregor Blvd.
This is only 1.5 miles SE of the former Listening Room venue, and is a very homey and welcoming space for our musicians to perform and our members to enjoy original Americana music.
In the meantime, ACMA continues to look for a new permanent Listening Room. If you know of a suitable space in the Ft. Myers area,  please contact us below. 
Thank you,
ACMA Board of Directors. 
See Listening Room Page for more information on 
2015 Concert Events
Join us! 
We need your support, and membership is the best way to experience ACMA and become a part of its community. 
As a member, you’ll get discounts on tickets and classes and receive invitations to free, members-only events (and more!). 
Plus, since ACMA is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization, most or all of your membership fee is tax-deductible. 
See our membership page for more information!
Special: ACMA Chance Drawing
Win A Guitar Painted by musician/artist Bruce Hecksel of "Patchouli"

Bruce’s creative talents extend to art. His natural landscapes, exploding with color and motion, adorn their album covers. Inspiration for his paintings comes from nature, with symbols and color as primary components. The classical guitar is symbolically included in much of his work.

“I hear the music in my mind as I explore nature or paint outdoors,” he said. 

His brush strokes are akin to paint applied by pallet knife to achieve the shadows and contrast his natural settings require.

At the Patchouli Concert
We have two excellent musicians who are offering work shops in February.
Jon Shain, Piedmont blues style guitar workshop. $20 no minimum, same day as show. Sat. Feb. 14th

Cosy Sheridan songwriter workshop. 
Saturday afternoon before her show on Sat Feb 28th

Cosy is one of our finest practitioners of songwriting. She has the rare gift of being able to meet other songwriters where they are and elevate their art while sharing critical elements of her own art. Take any opportunity to engage with Cosy." 
- Mike Simpson, California Coast Music Camp

This will be a place to workshop what you're working on - to see what's working in your song and what's not. We'll create a safe space in which to bring our new creations to light. We'll also look at the tools of the craft: rhyme, lyric, melody and meter. What might bring more forward energy to your story? How can you heighten the tension and thereby increase the release? How do you know if your song is "working"?

Workshop fee $30  Minimum 10 people, This is a scaled down asking fee which is normally $50.00 . 

For more information, contact us at