Jesse Williams & Steve Allerton

Date(s) - 07/20/2019
7:00 pm - 9:30 pm



Doors open at 7 pm, show starts at 7:30 pm. $5 suggested cash donation. Please bring items to support North Fulton Community Charities (see below for list). Our performers rely on tips and merch sales, so you should bring some extra cash for them (and maybe buying refreshments).

Our performers this month will be Jesse Williams & Steve Allerton!  See below for more info.

The North Fulton Community Charities food pantry, located at 11270 Elkins Road, Roswell, has a continual need for food and staple products. Here is the list from their website as of July 10th:

  • Jelly
  • Mac ‘n Cheese Cups
  • Baby Formula – Enfamil and Similac (all types)
  • Rice (1 lb bags)
  • Dried Beans (1 lb bags)
  • Mixed Vegetables (Pea/Carrot combo)
  • Spaghetti Sauce
  • Juice Boxes
  • Fruit Cups
  • Pasta
  • All Canned Vegetables
  • Canned Fruit
  • Black Beans (canned)
  • Refried Beans (canned)
  • Pinto Beans (canned)
  • Chile (canned)
  • Baking Items
  • Grits
  • Green Beans
  • Corn
  • Ramen
  • Flour
  • Oatmeal

Jesse Williams

“Jesse Williams is a blues powerhouse. Taking influence from Tedeschi Trucks, Hendrix, and Bonnie Raitt among others, the young American singer, songwriter and guitarist offers up a vivid, soulful take on the blues.

“While playing shows as The Jesse Williams Band, Williams surrenders to the sound and can go from singing a sweet, and spirited verse to playing a blistering blues solo within a moments time.

“Williams’ blues has a certain kind of energy. It’s raw, and filled with emotion – just the way it should be.”

— Chloe Richardson, American Blues Scene, “10 Underrated Female Blues Musicians You Need To Be Following”

Steve Allerton

Steve Allerton is a graduate of Washington D.C.’s Catholic University School of Music, where he studied classic guitar and sang with the University Chorus. He currently sings tenor in the UUMAN choir, having additionally contributed numerous musical offerings in services and events here for over 10 years. Steve more recently has acquired an interest in Old-Time repertoire and Clawhammer Banjo. Bringing an eclectic musical palette he always enjoys sharing (ranging from Woodie Guthrie and Bob Dylan to assorted Appalachian Folk Music), Steve has made several prior Coffee House appearances, including the inaugural show in the summer of 2012.