The Andover Community
Coffeehouse & Open Mic.

A folk and acoustic music venue in the Town of Andover, NH.

Join us on August 19th as Our Outdoor Summer Concert Series continues
In the outdoor amphitheater by the Andover Town Hall & School,
Routes 4 & 11

(Rain: Andover Elementary/Middle School)

  • Concerts begin at 6:30pm
  • Food for sale at 6:00pm
  • Bring blankets and chairs
  • Free Admission
  • Featured performers only - No open Mic


August 19, 2016



The Fondtones Band sings 50's 60's and early 70's songs of the Doo Wop era. This group of 6 musicians is located in the New London, NH area. Members are Ray Heath, drums, Tim Wildman, stand up keyboard/horn; Charlie Freiberg , guitar, Greg Gutgsell vocals, George West, vocals, John Schlosser, vocals, guitar.

The Fondtones have played at Bandstand events in local communities, weddings, small and large gatherings in NH and Mass. since 1990.

To contact the Fondtones Band: call 603-526-6772, or email

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Tonight's Sponsors:

Pine Hill Yoga
Kayak Country Paddlesports


September 16, 2016



The Buskers
Paul Hubert, Craig Jaster, Kathy KZ Sommer

"The inventiveness of jazz,
the simplicity and directness of folk music,
And the energy of a roots rock house party."

With a kitchen sink of instruments and a repertoire of influences from jug band and jazz to roots rock, The Buskers tap the street music tradition for which they are named, then go far beyond, with serious musicianship, a sense of humor, and energy to burn.

Refreshingly original songwriters and seasoned, engaging performers, The Buskers have befriended audiences at opera houses and folk festivals, house concerts, bandstands, cafes and farmers' markets across New England since 1993. The trio deftly and joyfully weaves violin, mandolin, guitar, accordion, bass, keyboard, banjo, harmonica and tambourine into their arrangements and somehow fitting all their instruments comfortably onstage in even the smallest venue and sometimes they will include a drummer. Their influences range equally as wide as their instrumentation, but their sound is always defined by a shared respect for the crafts of songwriting and arranging and their shared love of the inventive possibilities of improvisation.




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$50 puts your logo and link here, and it helps to defray our costs for the evening!



October 21, 2016


David Skinner

David Skinner is a 22-year-old Folk/Blues Guitarist and Singer/Songwriter living in Cork, Ireland. Known for his ability to create a full band sound with just his guitar, along with his deep soulful voice. His performances have been described as "Everything from stunning guitar pieces not removed from Tommy Emmanuel to dark haunting verses in a Tom Waits style." David specializes in alternative methods of guitar playing. Such as fingerstyle, fingerpicking and percussive guitar. With his influences ranging from Jerry Reed to B.B. King. His set is a mix of everything from technical country picked guitar instrumentals to classic folk songs from the likes of Bob Dylan and Arlo Guthrie. Along with his original music. He has also been known to throw in traditional songs from his homeland when travelling to perform for new audiences




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November 18, 2016


Jimmy Sferes and Jennifer White have discovered an uncommon synergy, blending clear and luscious harmonies with complex and imaginative guitar playing. Their fun and engaging live performances feature an eclectic and soulful combination of blues, roots and rock. Their song "Small Stuff" won an Honor Award in the Great American Song Contest, and they have appeared on Garrison Keillor’s "Prairie Home Companion" radio program as well as the Hallmark Channel's New Morning TV show. Derek Blackmon from says that Sferes & White have, "vocal harmonies that work so well together it sounds almost too good to be true." There latest collaborative project was to produce the closing song and instrumental soundtrack for the soon to be released modern western "Out of the Wild."

White grew up in a musical family but was a relative late bloomer to the professional music scene. Her first studio effort for the Narrow Gauge Band was produced by Doug Haywood (bass player and background vocalist for Jackson Browne); she has also performed in acapella groups and country rock bands. Sferes played his first guitar at thirteen and during his diverse music and recording career has opened for the likes of David Wilcox, Delbert McClinton, Blues Traveler, Larry Coryell, Richard Elliott, and America.




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At Highland Lake Grange Hall on the corner of Rte 11 & Chase Hill Road, East Andover, NH. Click here for a Map & Directions.

Doors open at 6:00PM for for light dinner and refreshments provided by the Andover Congregational Church. Sign-ups for open mic also begin at 6:00PM and then the show starts at 7:00PM.

Join us on the 3rd Friday of every month.

The show runs from 7:00PM until 9:30PM. Open Mic musicians play 2 songs or ten minutes - whichever is shorter.

Admission is free.

Come to play or come to listen. We are a listening room environment. Most of all we are here for the community, so come and be welcome.

We are the New Hampshire Magazine Editor's Pick as the "2015 Best Open Mic Night" in the Granite State.

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