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
Pictures from our 'original' Listening Room.
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!
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.
August 8th: Lauren Nicole Heintz
opening Caleb Hawkins
August 22nd: Jon Corneal
opening Bob Williams
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.
Bill Metts - brings the Singer/Songwriter Circle to the Stage
July 18th: Songwriter & Storytellers
David Hintz, Bob Covington, KC Cohen
Grant Peeples & Sarah Mac
opening Matt Hannam
Schneider & Mayfield - CD Release
opening Bill Metts
Donations this evening to go to Oak Hammock Middle School Guitar Program. This program provides guitars to needy school children and was started by ACMA member William Metts.
Although our concerts are held at the All Faiths Unitarian Congregation building, the music we present is strictly secular, in acoustic-based categories like Americana, Folk, Roots, Blues, etc