Join us in Beluthahatchee for
Second Sunday at Stetson's
NFFN featured artist:
Cindy Bear

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Beluthahatchee!

The National Literary Landmark of Beluthahatchee, the home and museum of Stetson Kennedy, is the venue for a new monthly concert series “Second Sunday at Stetson’s." 

The next Sundays at Stetsons concert on August 14 features North Florida's Ernie and Debi Evans Trio. Ernie toured as a member of Grammy Nominee Valerie Smith &Liberty Pike, 5-Time Grammy Award Winner Vassar Clements and Motown legends,“The Platters". His music has taken him all over the world throughout hiscareer. When he is not on stage he can be found broadcasting in St. Augustine,FL at WFCF 88.5 FM with his co-host, wife, and band mate, Debi Evans.

Seating is limited. Get your tickets today to see this popular trio as they honor the legacy of Stetson Kennedy.

Second Sunday at Stetson's Concerts


 
The North Florida Folk Network (NFFN), the Stetson Kennedy Foundation and St. John's County Parks are happy to welcome the Ernie and Debi Evans Trio, some of North Florida's most versatile and talented performers, to the lineup of artists performing as part of the "Second Sunday at Stetson's" Concert Series. The three perform Sunday,  August 14, 2016 at 2PM.

Check out our Facebook event here.

Ernie Evans is a third-generation musician with the rare ability to play multiple instruments, sing lead and both low and high harmonies.  His musical vocabulary includes Jazz, Pop, and Country,as well as bluegrass.  This collective experience has made a major contribution to his ability to lead and orchestrate the now nationally touring "Florida State Bluegrass Band."



Beluthahatchee was dedicated as the only National Literary Landmark honoring two writers.
Stetson Kennedy’s friend and folksinger Woody Guthrie wrote his autobiography Seeds of Man there. Stetson Kennedy is the author of Palmetto Country, The Florida Slave, Southern Exposure,Jim Crow Guide to the U.S.A. and many other books.

Music and performers for the monthly series “Second Sunday’s at Stetson’s” align with the causes of the Stetson Kennedy Foundation of human rights, social justice, environmental stewardship, and the preservation and growth of folk culture."

Come enjoy the beauty of nature in this historical setting, and have fun while honoring the life work and legacy of Stetson Kennedy.

Series Artists 2016
Ernie and Debi Evans Trio (August)
David Milam, Cindy Bear,and Jeff Parker (July)

Paul Garfinkel, Al Poindexter & Larry Mangum (June)
Lonesome Bert & The Skinny Lizards (May)
Tom Shed, (April)
Rod McDonald (March)
Susan Brown & Jamie DeFrates (February)
Sam Pacetti (January)

Series Artists 2015
Paul Garfinkel (February)

Larry Mangum (March)
Al Poindexter & Brad Lauretti (April)
Frank Thomas (May)
Bob Patterson (June)
Patchwork Trio (July)
Woody Guthrie Tribute (August)
Eli and Bill Perras (September)
Ellen Bukstel (October)
Dale Crider (November)
Florida Music Food Initiative (December)


 
   
Enjoy  this performance 2 - 4pm, August 14, 2016 at Beluthahatchee Park, 1523 State Road 13. 

Space is limited and reservations are required.  Call (904) 206-8304.  A $10 donation is recommended.






Remembering Ron Johnson

Ron Johnson, a Florida singer-songwriter, author, journalist and former president of the North Florida Folk Network left for the heavenly folk jam late 2014. We'll miss his humor, songs, passion and friendship.




  


Interested in the history of  North Florida folk music? Check out Ron Johnson's book
"North Florida Folk Music: History and Tradition" published July, 2014.












north florida acoustic music festival 2013

NFFN was excited to host the North Florida Acoustic Music Festival November 8 & 9, 2013. Audiences enjoyed the performances of more than 20 local and regional artists as we celebrated acoustic music and honor Dale Crider.

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Thanks to photographer Jeff Holland for sharing these outstanding shots. Visit his site to enjoy his complete Festival Gallery. 

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