The Andover Community
Coffeehouse & Open Mic.
A folk and acoustic music venue in the Town of Andover, NH.
Join us for our monthly concerts at the Highland Lake Grange Hall
(on the corner of Rte 11 & Chase Hill Road, East Andover, NH.)
Click here for a Map & Directions.
- Admission is free.
- Doors open at 6:00PM for for light dinner and refreshments
- Sign-ups for open mic also begin at 6:00PM
- The show starts at 7:00PM & ends 9:30PM.
- Open Mic musicians play 2 songs or ten minutes - whichever is shorter.
- Join us on the 3rd Friday of every month.
Our Upcoming Shows:
April 21, 2017
Bringing fresh energy to traditional Celtic music, Jordan was first recognized as part of New Hampshire’s musical culture at the age of 12, when he was the youngest member of the delegation representing the state in Washington, D.C. for The Smithsonian Folklife Festival. He grew up on a combination of contra dances and Celtic music, releasing multiple recordings and performing regularly around the state until leaving for college in Middlebury, VT. After graduating, Jordan spent time in both New York City and Ireland, exploring musical possibilities and honing his craft. He then began to carve out a career for himself back home in NH, touring with multiple rock bands while continuing to develop his unique approach to traditional Celtic music.
With various groups, he has opened for Irish music legends Tommy Makem, Derek Warfield and the Young Wolfetones, country superstars such as Willie Nelson, Charlie Daniels and Uncle Kracker, and classic rockers Blues Traveler, The Marshall Tucker Band and Little Feat. He has toured nationally with the Adam Ezra Group (winner of five New England Music Awards including "Band of The Year") and appeared as a guest musician with other nationally touring bands including The Mallett Brothers, Yarn, The Lost Trailers, Roots of Creation and Hot Day At The Zoo.
Jordan performs more than 200 shows a year with various bands at venues of all sizes, mostly in the Northeast.
Weapons-Grade Communications Collective
"Operating under the radar since 1993"
May 19, 2017
A NH seacoast native recently hailed by the Concord Monitor as a "local rising star" and whose solo performances have been described as 'passionate, candid & pure,' indie-folk singer/songwriter Holly Furlone is excited to take the Andover Coffeehouse stage on Friday, May 19th. (Holly is also a member of the fun-lovin' folk/rock trio, The Midweeklings--with Raf Puga and Jim Tyrrell.)
"I'm a mom. I'm an educator. I'm a student. I make music. I am the luckiest person I know!"~Holly Furlone
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.
And find us on facebook
FOR MORE INFO CONTACT LARRY CHASE AT 735-5135 OR LBCHASE@AOL.COM