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The Jam'n Java Open Mic and Coffeehouse, open Fridays every month, performs its sets at the Kickstand Cafe. The next is set for Friday, Aug. 1.

Jam'n Java Open Mic

Friday, Aug. 1,
6:30 to 9:30 p.m.
Kickstand Cafe
594 Mass. Ave.

 

 
Come listen to talented local performers or sign up to play.
All are welcome. Admission is free.
 

Performer signup process 

  • Show up between6:00 - 6:30to sign up. Playing order will be randomly assigned with the first performer going on at6:45.
     
  • Anyone arriving after6:30will be added to the performer list in the order that they sign up.
     
  • If there is not enough time for someone to perform, they will be guaranteed a slot the following month if they show up by6:30.
A typical evening provides an opportunity for about 12 to 14 acts to perform two songs each.Each month we also have a feature act that performs a 30 minute set. For more information:

http://jamn-java-open-mic.org/home/information-for-performers


Upcoming Jam’n Java Open Mic Dates and Featured Performers


September 5- Bill Morris
October 3- Courage and the Bear
November 7- Aunt Mimi
December 5-  Mark Sandman

Learn more about upcoming and past featured performers. The Featured Performer section of our web site includes information about performers, music samples, links to their websites as well as information about where you can purchase their CDs.

http://jamn-java-open-mic.org/home/feature-performer


Smile When You’re on Stage

Each month we postphotos from thepast open mic on ourFacebookpage. 

We try to get them postedwithin a week of each open mic. 


Join us on Facebook. Be part of ourFacebook community. Share yourthoughtsand ideas. Keep up on whats happening in the acoustic open mic scene.“Like Us” if you like what you see.

Visit our Website: http://jamn-java-open-mic.org


Volunteers Needed

It takes a village to make our open mic happen.  Well, at least a few dedicated people!  If you would like to be a part ofthe Jam'n Java Open Mic,email us at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
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. Please provide contact information and tell us a little about yourself.We are currently looking for someone to run our sound board!
 
 

Chris Nauman
Aug. 1 Featured Act

Chris Nauman is an “award winning” singer/songwriter who pumps passion into his performances with his dynamic guitar work and expressive vocals. He commands the stage with a keen sense of honesty and freshness.

Drawing inspiration from Neil Young, Bruce Springsteen and Pete Seeger, among many others, Nauman channels his mid Western sensibilities into a spirited blend of folk rock.   Sometimes caressing, sometimes kinetic, his music is always sure to please.

About the Jam'n Java Open Mic at Kickstand Cafe

The Jam’n Java Open Mic was established to provide a free, live music venue for the Arlington community and a supportive environment for area performers.  Now in its forth year, it was the inspiration ofStephanie Marlin-Curiel and is currently hosted by Mark Sandman, Joe Burns Dianne "De" Iannitelli and Glen Woodworth.  A special thank you to the owners and Staff of the Kickstand Cafe for providing a home and for their support of the Jam'n Java Open Mic. 

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