Americana Community Music Association, Inc.


There is no need to RSVP for our concerts; there will be a seat for you!  Donations for the musician are taken at the door - cash prefered.
However, if you just cannot resist, you can fill out the form below and we will keep an eye out for you!

ACMA Presents the next concerts:

Our concerts are held at 
All Faiths Unitarian Congregation
2756 McGregor Blvd.
Doors open at 6:30pm night of a performance. Music starts at 7:00pm

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Pictures from our 'original' Listening Room.
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Help us re-create this vibe. If you know of a location that is suitable for an assembly occupancy license in Ft. Myers, please contact one of our board members!
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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.
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July 11th: John French and La Grange  
Opening D.A. Dintzner
http://www.johnfrenchsongs.com
August 8th: Lauren Nicole Heintz 
  opening Caleb Hawkins
laurenheintz.com
August 22nd: Jon Corneal 
opening Bob Williams  
http://www.dizzyrambler.com/features/PolKats/JCorneal/JonCorneal.html

Jon Corneal may not be the best drummer in rock music, or the best drummer in country music, but he does carry the distinction of being -- down to a virtual certainty -- the first drummer in country-rock, in addition to being a songwriter and singer. 
August 15th: 
Bill Metts - brings the Singer/Songwriter Circle to the Stage
July 18th: Songwriter & Storytellers
David Hintz, Bob Covington, KC Cohen