Americana Community Music Association, Inc.
Doors open 1 hour
prior to any event.
What is a "Listening Room"
An environment created to have the best and most intimate experience that an artist can share with an attentive audience. A space where you go to listen and the audience gets a live music experience to remember. The focus is on original, independent singer/songwriters.
So, we ask for No talking during a performance.
Please fill out form below to RSVP
for any performance
Upcoming 2014 Concerts:
September 6th: Hank Woji
(CD Release Party)
September 20th: Brian Smalley
October 10th: Claude Bourbon
October 24th: Homegrown Series - Bill Metts
November 1st: Jennings & Keller
Stop by and hear some great original Music!
ACMA Listening Room
Note: If seating for more than 5 is required- please make separate payments or you may use our reservation form to request a reservation and pay at the door. Thank you!.
Pre reservations that are paid for via paypal link below guarantee the best possible seats.
ACMA Presents the next concert in it's "Home Grown Music" series:
Until further notice,
Our concerts will be held at
All Faiths Unitarian Congregation
2756 McGregor Blvd.
To prepay for any of our events or workshops, please see Paypal link at the bottom of this page.
Brian Smalley Saturday September 20, 7:00 pm
Opening ACMA member TBA
Suggested donaton: $15.00
"The songs Brian has written borrow from folksy flatpick guitar and new-grass as well as a touch of new-age acoustic music."
BILL METTS - Friday October 24th - 7:00pm
I started playing guitar when I was 19 during the country blues revival of the late 60s. I fell in love with the music of Taj Mahall, Mississippi John Hurt, Doc Watson and others of that ilk. Just about everything that I have done since then has been in that down home finger-picking style. I had the honor of being asked to perform at the annual Mississippi John Hurt Blues Festival in Avalon Ms. in 2011. All types of music move me I but prefer to play and sing traditional Americana roots music.