Join us in Beluthahatchee for
Second Sunday at Stetson's
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Roy Peak

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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 third concert in the new series features singer/songwriters Al Poindexter and Brad Lauretti.  Enjoy theirperformance 2 - 4pm, April 12, 2015 at Beluthahatchee Park, 1523 State Road 13. 

Space is limited and reservations are required.  Call (904) 434-9876.  A $10 donation is recommended.

Al Poindexter will perform original songs about Florida and Beluthahatchee and few songs sung by Pete Seeger. Seeger, friend of Woody Guthrie, sang songs throughout the civil rights movement of the 50’s and 60’s.  Al will perform solo, but has appeared many times as Al Poindexter and River Rise.

Brad Lauretti is the principal songwriter of the Americana group “This Frontier Needs Heroes” and founder of the Jacksonville Songwriter Residency. The name of the band, is a reference to Woody Guthrie’s famous WWII-era guitar graffiti “This Machine Kills Fascists” which invites all to become a hero in their own right.

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Announcing Second Sunday at Stetson's

Come see NFFN Artist Member Al Poindexter with Brad Lauretti perform in Beluthahatchee
Sunday, April 12.

 

       
 

series artists

   
  Paul Garfinkel (February)
Larry Mangum (March)
Al Poindexter & Brad Lauretti (April)
Frank Thomas (May)
Bob Patterson (June)
Patchwork Trio (July)

Brad Lauretti & Al Poindexter
(photo courtesy of Dave Wilco)

 






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 Dave Holland for sharing these outstanding shots. Visit his site to enjoy his complete Festival Gallery. 

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