All performances are Wednesday evening 7-8pm.
We have very little parking so space is limited and reservations are required. No parking space available? Then walk, run or bike out and pay when you get here. Please carpool with others.
Dennis Rogers and Friends
Dennis Rogers has played Celtic style Harp for the last 30 years. Both as a solo performer and an ensemble performer. He is a founding member of Anam Cara and founder and organizer of a band for English country dance music.
Anam Cara has played together for the last 20 years. Their repertoire includes Irish, Scottish, English and folk melodies. They also play live music for Fairbanks English Country Dancers, first organized by Ken McFarland more than 20 years ago.
The Warblers, a trio who enjoys singing in happy harmonies backed up by a mandolin, 12-string guitar, banjo, and acoustic bass. We do renditions of tunes varying from those of the Kingston Trio, to Chicago blues, to 18th century Italian polkas that we hope will all become favorites of the reindeer.
Cold Steel is the world’s most northernmost steel orchestra. Based in Fairbanks, band members range in age from teenagers to those in their seventies. Along with accompanying percussion, the band plays only acoustic handcrafted Trinidadian steel pan instruments, fashioned entirely from 50 gallon oil barrels. The unique resulting sound, even on cold Alaska winter nights, brings the mood of the tropics in the form of calypso, reggae, Brazilian, Afro-Cuban and even good old rock ‘n roll music.
Susan Grace is a singer-songwriter from Alaska whose inspirational folk music celebrates Hope.
With warmth and humor this experienced performer touches the hearts and minds of young and old alike.
Reverence for the earth, celebrating connections as community, uplifting spirits, and the joys and challenges of living are the inspirations for Susan Grace and her songs.
With a strong rich voice and acoustic guitar, Susan sings her original songs blending traditional with contemporary styles and rhythms. Many audience members have said that Susan reminds them of Joan Baez, and Kate Wolf with her comfortable folk style and clear voice.
Combining folk and blues, and anything that moves, Michael Stackhouse brings his special talent in a show that delights audiences of all ages and species!
Like stumbling into a rose garden on a trek through the arctic, listeners of Emily Anderson’s music find themselves helplessly lifted into a world so hauntingly familiar, and yet so enchantingly curious. Anderson’s music is as shaped by this whimsical perspective as it is by her musical credentials. A multi-instrumentalist trained at the Berklee College of Music in Boston, Anderson fills her songs with images of nature, hope, and the solar system, not to mention a few puns. Anderson hails from Fairbanks, Alaska, and now splits her time between her hometown and Los Angeles.
Jean McDermott has been performing and teaching violin/fiddle for over 20 years. Styles include Scottish, Irish, Old Time, and many international tunes from other folk traditions.
The reindeer might enjoy some Swedish and other Nordic tunes!
Music Dave – Dave Snyderman
Music Dave is a local singer/songwriter living in the Fairbanks downtown area. His homespun Alaskan tunes always leave folks better than the way he found them. He plays a self-taught steel string guitar and blows a pretty sweet Harmonica. His style is folk rock and reminiscent to Neil Young, Bob Dylan, Jim Croce And John Prine.
More coming soon…