Dollys Coffeehouse

Date(s) - 02/03/2024
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Jonathan Fisher Hall
  • Church-sponsored Event

Dolly’s Coffeehouse

Saturday, February 3rd

Our very own Pastor Lisa will be the featured performer at Dolly’s Coffeehouse on February 3rd at 7:00pm. Lisa has performed with bluesy rock and roll bands since 1985, and fronted her own band on vocals and rhythm guitar for several years in the early 2000s.  She also performed for years both solo and in acoustic duos covering familiar singer-songwriters as well as her own compositions, and she continues to play as part of worship on Sunday mornings from time to time.  Joining her for the set will be local friends singing harmonies and perhaps playing along, as well as a onetime bandmate from the Midcoast.  Phil Clement is a musician with many talents.  Since he was 14, he has been a member of many bands as guitarist/keyboardist/bassist/vocalist.  He is a graduate of the University of Maine at Augusta with a degree in American Popular Music.  He plays regularly in venues around Maine, both solo and in a variety of different ensembles.

Do any of you have a hidden (or not so hidden) talent you would like to share? The first hour will be open mic, where anyone is welcome to perform: music, mime, poetry, dance, etc. Performers are asked to arrive a few minutes early to sign up. There will be a brief intermission with refreshments (Hunt Gressitt and Mary Powell do a swell job), followed by Lisa.

Admission is by free will offering. Proceeds benefit the Dolly Fisher Emergency Fund, which provides emergency fuel, food, and utility help for households on the Blue Hill Peninsula. Come support Lisa and the Dolly Fisher Emergency Fund. It’s a twofer!