Saturday, February 11, 2012

Another night of great music

      My followers are normally offered a story about my adventures with the grandkids and our love of zombies or about the many things I find myself involved in, but I had so much fun last night, I needed to blog about the Quarter Note Cafe, located at 57 E. Kings Highway, once again.

     We were entertained by Bill Corvino & Friends. Bill is a guitar instructor with the Conservatory of Musical Arts, which is located next door to the cafe. The trio included Bill Corvino on guitar, Kelli Campbell a vocalist, with the voice of an angel, and Christopher Davis-Shannon who played bass.

    The place was crowded and people were treated to a collection of tunes mostly the Blues, along with a few requests from the audience. Ms. Campbell had us mesmerized with some of the Billie Holiday songs she belted out. I hope to see this trio again at the Quarter Note Cafe, but they also appear at the Triumph Brewing Company located in Philadelphia on 2nd and Chestnut, every Tuesdays, except for this Valentine's Day.

     Our little town of Audubon is becoming a hot spot for some mighty good entertainment, with the Quarter Note Cafe on Fridays, the Tree house on Wednesday, and the Auction house, also on Wednesdays. Please check out Quarter Note Cafe on facebook and come in to visit. You often find the owner Pat Kenny or his assistant Gary Rooney there and they go out of their way to make their customers feel right at home.

     Here are two pictures which show the Bill Corvinio trio and yours truly with her ghost hunting buddies.


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    1. You have to come with me one Friday. You'll love it.

  2. Thanks Marie! You guys were a terrific audience. See you the next time around!!