Doors open at 7 pm, show starts at 7:30 pm. $5 suggested donation. Please bring items to support North Fulton Community Charities (see below for list). Our performers rely on tips and merch sales, so you might want to bring some extra cash for them and buying refreshments.
Our performers for February will be Erik & Owen and Fisheye
Erik Herndon is an educator and guitarist in Atlanta, GA. Erik is currently the Orchestra Director and Guitar Instructor at Centennial Academy, and Atlanta Regional Coordinator for Little Kids Rock. In addition Erik is the guitarist and vocalist with the rock group the Expats. Erik’s foundational studies on guitar were with Lyster Bass, studying Classical music and with Dave Frackenpohl, studying Jazz guitar. Erik was featured in the book American Teacher: Heroes in the Classroom.
Owen Griffith is a 4th Grade Teacher and Guitar Instructor in Northern Georgia where he lives with his wife and son. He enjoys bicycling, reading, yoga and the outdoors. Owen has played guitar for over 30 years and is the Musical Director of the Police Athletic League of Alpharetta, GA.
Seth Gamba is also a music teacher and will join Erik and Owen on stand-up bass.
Jason Roberts – mandolin, guitar and backing vocals
Brian Mobley – vocals, bass and guitar
Andy Robinson – guitar, bass and backing vocals
Stanley Parker – drums and percussions
Fisheye is greater than the sum of its parts. Brian has a good voice. Jason is talented on both guitar and mandolin. Andy has an ear for harmony. And Stanley keeps a good beat. Stir in the work of three prolific songwriters in Brian, Andy and Jason. Add some practice, luck, and special sauce and there you have the basis of Fisheye.
Jason hails from Nottingham, UK where he was part of a pop-rock band called The Essentials. After moving to Atlanta, GA he hooked up with Brian to form a folk-rock group called The Diamond Geezers. Following several dormant years, Jason and Brian hooked up with Andy and Fisheye was born. Shortly before the band’s first birthday, Doug Ward completed the four-piece on drums, then four years and three CD’s later the drum sticks were handed over to Stanley.
All types of non-perishable food (please, no glass containers)