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Coffee With Conscience
Ahrre’s Coffee Roastery and the Fair Trade Coffee Company are the proud sponsors of the Coffee With Conscience Concert Series — now in its SIXTEENTH SEASON! The series is unique in that each individual concert has a designated charity that receives all the proceeds from that event. We not only bring amazing artists together with local live music fans, but we raise money for worthy causes as well!The Concert Series depends on the hard work of a handful of volunteers that show up and make the magic happen once a month. But there are a few folks that have gone above and beyond. A few who share in a vision of something larger than just ten shows a year! With the help of these selfless individuals we have managed to video-archive many of the shows over the years. One song by each artist has been selected and will be available for viewing here on this page. They will cycle trough over time, so bookmark this page and check back often! We are so lucky to have such wonderful and dedicated people involved with the Coffee With Conscience Concert Series! I am forever amazed at the generosity of others!~Roastmaster Ahrre
Barista Girl GrooveLily ushers in the next generation of New Folk music, with a contagiously effervescent sound that combines a sharp wit with intelligent original songwriting.
“See Myself In You” by Tom Kimmel Tom Kimmel is one of those unique singer-songwriters whose heartfelt artistry with words and music is both genre-crossing and timeless.
“If You Loved Me Like That” by Lowen & Navarro For twenty years, Eric Lowen and Dan Navarro have written, recorded and toured for a growing national audience. Their nine CDs showcase self-penned songs of experience, colored by supple acoustic-based arrangements centered around their intertwined voices.
“Paradise Lost” by Storyhill Story Hill is an acoustic/pop duo, less like Simon & Garfunkel and more like a male version of the Indigo Girls! They began in Bozeman, Montana, where Chris Cunningham and John Hermanson grew up and started performing together as teenagers.
It is “Singing for the Landlord” by Greg Greenway Greg Greenway is a multi-faceted gem found beneath the radar of the corporate music world. A rare combination of instrumental expertise, a soulful and moving singer, powerful poet, and sparkling entertainer, Greenway is one of those difficult-to-categorize performers who has found a home in the modern acoustic genre.
“Brand New Frame” By Natalia Zukerman Natalia attributes her rigorous work ethic, discipline and instrumental predisposition to her parents. The daughter of violinist/conductor Pinchas Zukerman and flutist/writer Eugenia Zukerman, Natalia grew up in Manhattan immersed in classical music.
“Goodnight” By Lucy Kaplansky Lucy Kaplansky, barely out of high school, took off for New York City. There she found a fertile community of songwriters and performers – Suzanne Vega, John Gorka, Bill Morrissey, Cliff Eberhardt, and others – where she fit right in.
“Don’t Put Me In A Box” by Johnsmith The idea of ‘just being real’ is a prominent theme throughout his music. In addition to his incomparable musical abilities and finely tuned songwriting skills, Johnsmith possesses the even rarer gift of being able to share his soul.
“Nothin In My Pocket” by Scott E. Moore He has been featured on public radio and toured throughout the US, earning a reputation as a “musician’s musician and a “songwriter’s songwriter.”
“Born At The Right Time” by Girlyman Doris Muramatsu and Tylan Greenstein became best friends in second grade. The two met Nate Borofsky in college at a talent show, and since then they’ve been creating their own unique language of three-part harmony.
Dogs of Santiago” by Lipbone Redding Former subway musician Lipbone Redding revs up the party and makes lots of sounds with only his lips.
“John’s Garden” by Peter Mayer writes songs for a small planet—songs about interconnectedness and the human journey; about the beauty and the mystery of the world.
“Worthy” by The Dreamsicles are Tom Prasada-Rao and Cary Cooper. Together they are the grooviest duo since Batman and Robin, Sonny and Cher, Bonnie and Clyde, pumpkin and pie!
“So Many Things” by Chuck E Costa Chuck E. Costa, a native New Yorker, earned a degree in philosophy in Boulder, and then returned to the Northeast and released 3 independent albums and an EP since 2002.
“America ” by Carrie Newcomer Carrie Newcomer discovers beauty in the midst of the ordinary. Life is experienced in the spaces between darkness and light.
“Listening To NRBQ” by Jim Boggia The Coffee With Conscience Concert Series is located in Westfield NJ. Performances benefit local Northern NJ charities.
“Annabel’s Falling” by Greg Tannen The Coffee With Conscience Concert Series is located in Westfield NJ. Performances benefit local Northern NJ charities.
Catie Curtis – People Look Around The Coffee With Conscience Concert Series is located in Westfield NJ. Performances benefit local Northern NJ charities.
“My Cat’s Birthday” by Cheryl Wheeler The Coffee With Conscience Concert Series is located in Westfield NJ. Performances benefit local Northern NJ charities.
“Three Brothers” by David Wilcox The Coffee With Conscience Concert Series is located in Westfield NJ. Performances benefit local Northern NJ charities.
“Dead Horse Trampoline” by Justin Roth The Coffee With Conscience Concert Series is located in Westfield NJ. Performances benefit local Northern NJ charities.
“ooh… i love my coffee” by Marc Black Marc Black has not yet performed for Coffee With Conscience, but this song was inspired by The Fair Trade Coffee Company’s Roastmaster Ahrre!
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