We are thrilled to begin our inaugural concert series at the Red Light Café featuring two unique acts, The Georgia Crackers & Rev. Jeff Mosier, that embody the principles of community and music coming together to create a social and learning environment. A portion of the proceeds from each concert will go to FHFS, so come out for some incredible music, great people, and support a wonderful cause!
Said namesake and founder Frank Hamilton (also co-founder of the world-renown Old Time School of Folk Music in Chicago in 1957) about band member Mick Kinney and The Georgia Crackers ~ “Mick is a talented traditional fiddler and early jazz piano player. This is the real incarnation of North Georgia Folk Music. The re-emergence of the Georgia Firecrackers. Very few musicians carry on the tradition as did the New Lost City Ramblers, Jack Elliott, and the Carolina Chocolate Drops. Lovers of Old Time Music are gonna love this show.”
Jeff Mosier kicks the concert off at 8pm with his unique brand of making music, utilizing story telling, banjo, spoons, and more to completely captivate an audience. You don’t want to miss this!
Thursday, March 3 will be the next installment of the Frank Hamilton Folk School Concert Series at the Red Light Cafe! We welcome our good friends Hair of the Dog to the stage for rockin’ night of Cajun-spiced American roots music – another can’t miss!
We will be announcing the full series soon, so stay tuned and tell your friends and family about a great way to be involved! And remember, we’re a registered 501(c)(3) – donations are welcome!