For over fifteen years local musicians from across the Lower Mainland have joined us to help raise funds and awareness for the Crossroads Inlet Centre Hospice. Our "Unplugged at the Crossroads Hospice Coffeehouse" series is set in a causal atmosphere centered on acoustical performances from a wide range of musical genres.
The Gathering Place
1100 - 2253 Leigh Square, Port Coquitlam
$5 admission at the door
Doors open at 7:00 pm
Open stage 7:30 pm
Feature performer 8:30pm
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$5 admission at the door.
COFFEEHOUSE 2019 Line Up
- NOV 8 CHAPTER 11
Bob Collins and Rob Sheridan are Chapter 11. They entertain with unique vocal twists on favourite tunes from the past and present. No musical genre is safe around these guys! The atmosphere is always fun, and you never know what they will play next... Don't miss this evening of music and entertainment!
- DEC 13 THE LAWLESS FIRM
Michael Dunn (guitars), Eleanore Dunn (Chanteuse and ukulele) Joe Bourchier (bass and Vocals) and Edgar Bridwell (jazz violinist) play from the American songbook of the 30's and 40's along with a little country, some blues, a bit of Hawaiian, Tango and Russian! And let's not forget Buddy Holly and Chuck Berry.
COFFEEHOUSE 2020 Line Up
- JAN 10 LIKEWISE
Vancouver-based indie folk-rock group, Likewise, writes and sings about global change from the inside out. Formed in 2013, Likewise is the collaboration of Rachel Prior and Chris Fowles and is currently recording their debut album, for release in fall 2019.
- JAN 24 PETER TAM
Music has always been a passion for Peter. He is creating a "popjazz" genre that is mostly influenced by songs done by Frank Sinatra and Nat King Cole and with added a hint of Elton John and Billy Joel creating a hybrid of easy listening new music that touches on gratitude and relationships between family and friends.
- FEB 14 LOVE IS
For the love of love songs, Bill Marshall and other lovers will play some good old favourites and some new ones! Fall in love again with songs for lovers.
- FEB 28 SODA CRACKERS
The recipe? Steeped in rootsy rhythms, panfried in traditional country, then stewed in a gumbo of blues, jazz and western swing. Ingredients: 1 heaping helping of Sue Malcolm's warm, mellifluous voice; 2 parts Don Fraser's kinetic, creative guitar playing and 1 dollop Stu MacDonald's groovy bass lines.
- MAR 13 GARY POOLE AND KEVIN CRAIB
From celebrations of life's happy moments to tender explorations of uphill climbs, Gary Poole's musical portraits and stories take audiences on a memorable journey. Recently, Gary joined forces with guitarist Kevin Craib, and their synergy is evident from the opening chord.
- MAR 27 FRASER-HENDERSON
Singer-songwriters Barb Fraser and Dennis Henderson (aka Fraser-Henderson) create and perform music that comes from the heart. Their songs speak to the things we all share: nature, relationships, and the simple pleasures of life. "Every story has a song; every song, a story."
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