There is no cover charge, doors open at 5 p.m. and the show begins at
7 p.m. Here is the complete schedule for the month of February (please
note, there is no show on Feb. 7):
Feb. 14 - Carrie Marshall & Chris Harris
With Carrie's expressiveness and sincerity, she captivates listeners
with the depths of her rich voice. Her poetic, faith-based pop is
sometimes laced with classical piano undertones and her original works
range from tender, piano-based ballads to rhythmic pop rock. Carrie
began putting her poems to music in her teens, desiring to "paint
truth with words and melodies." She quickly found that audiences
resonated with her music as she shared her songs wherever she could
find an audience. Carrie's new album, "Redemption," is a reflection of
what God taught her while navigating the troubled waters of her life.
"Redemption" takes the listener on a journey from struggle to hope.
Chris is a guitarist, vocalist and songwriter living in Charlotte.
Born in the Blue Ridge Mountains and raised in the Pacific Northwest,
Chris was enthralled with the sounds of soul moving music – whether it
be jazz, country, blues or rock n' roll. He taught himself guitar and
began his musical journey by endlessly spinning old records and
replicating the vocal and guitar lines from popular musicians. Mixing
his own brand of grassroots "soul stew," Chris gravitates towards
songs with great lyrics, good rhymes and moving melodies. Chris is a
member ofNashville Songwriters Association International (NSAI).
Feb. 21—Kevin Marshall & Allen Shervelle
Kevin has been a singer, songwriter and guitar player in Charlotte
since the early 1980s. He was the front man for the Charlotte band,
The Wax Gurus, for eight years, but now is playing mostly original
songs with some eclectic covers. He partnered with Jason Switzer, a
multi-talented musician who plays guitar, mandolin and lap steel guitar.
Allen is a songwriter from Charlotte who writes pop country, pop rock
and Christian rock music. He uses his 1990s rock influence melodies
and marries them with today's country lyrics. Allen has played drums
since he was 13, and picked up guitar along the way to write songs.
His dream is to write songs with the hopes of inspiring and giving
people something to feel good about. For the last two years, Allen has
traveled to and from Nashville honing his craft. He has written songs
with Marc Alan Barnette and Brandon Maddox, even assisting in a song
with Barnette called "Less Is More" that features Motown bassist Bob
Feb. 28—Liz Howell, Dave Petty & Jackie Moseley
Liz Howell & Dave Petty
A resident of Charlotte, Liz began playing guitar and writing songs
when she was a teenager. After partnering with Tyger Wade in 2004,
they released their debut folk-country self-titled CD in 2006 on
CDBaby. Their second CD, released in 2007, has a rich, bluesy feel.
Recently, Liz went solo, but has teamed up with Dave to write a few
country songs. Also a Queen City resident, Dave has been playing the
local coffeehouse scene for more than 10 years. His sound has been
described as country driven by rock progression with The Eagles,
Radney Foster and Pat Green as influences. Both Liz and Dave are
members of the NSAI, and have recently entered their works into CMT's
Performing and playing music has been party of Jackie's life since she
was three. Her mother was a big believer in music and dance study, and
her first memory of performing came at the age of 5 when she performed
for her family. Her parents converted an old gas station into a lounge
where they performed skits and music. She has played the piano since
she was eight and taught herself to play guitar at the age of 13
giving her a way to express things that otherwise stayed on the
inside. Some of her influences are Joni Mitchell, Eric Clapton, Heart
and Stevie Wonder.
For more information about the Emerging Artist Series, please contact
Sasha Rabon by calling (704) 724-6150 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Yn Wine Café
Yn Wine Café, located at 1315 East Blvd., Charlotte, is a true Napa
Valley wine bar in the heart of Dilworth. It has a collection of award-
winning wines, daily drink specials and small plates of delicious
light fare including Espresso Rubbed Tuna, Tender Short Ribs and Fresh
Shrimp Rolls. Yn Wine Café's hours of operation are Sunday from 5 to
11 p.m.; Monday through Thursday from 5 p.m. to 12 a.m.; and Friday
and Saturday from 5 p.m. to 1 a.m. Yn Wine Café is owned and operated
by Captiva Restaurant Group who also own and operate 131 Main
Restaurants, an upscale casual dining restaurant serving updated
American classics with an emphasis on fresh food with four locations
in North Carolina, including one in Dilworth. Based in Cornelius, NC,
Captiva was founded in 2004 by its three principals: Joe Douglas
(CEO), Michael Vaughn (COO) and Chris Carlsen (CFO). For more
information, visit www.yn-cafe.com.