Gretchen Peters, Kevin Welch, and Jimmy LaFave at Susanna's Kitchen in Wimberley
Don't miss this triple treat - three great performers at Susanna's Kitchen February 16, 2012.

What others say about...

Gretchen Peters
"Elegant, touching and articulate."
Bob Harris, BBC Radio 2
"Beautiful, brave and poetic. 'The Matador' literally inspires me to tears. Hand over my heart."
Rodney Crowell

Kevin Welch
"Kevin Welch has never been one to be confined to a 'box,' and always insists on coloring outside the lines. ...where this could be a dangerous thing in a lesser artist's hands, Kevin once again proves you can take the unconventional, make something of substance from it, and still keep it real and down to earth."
Take Country Back

Jimmy LaFave
"LaFave is nothing if not a red-dirt romantic. Viewing the world from an open road and an open heart, with one eye on the girl and the other on the mythological lure of the highway. First it was Woody Guthrie and then Jack Kerouac, now it's LaFave and his brand of dirty-boots folk-rock... Jimmy has the most expressive voice this side of Belfast.... it's the music of Jimmy LaFave that really defines this part of the land."
--Oklahoma City Gazette

Susanna’s Kitchen is a monthly coffeehouse hosted by the Wimberley United Methodist Church, typically  on the third Thursday of the month in the WUMC fellowship hall and is open to the public.

Tickets are available at the door, $15 for adults, $5 for children, and childcare is available from 7:00 to 9:00 pm. Also enjoy pie from Wimberley Pie Company, organic coffee from Hill Country Natural Foods, and hot tamales, always on site!

Doors open at 7:00 pm, with music starting at 7:30. This is a smoke-free, alcohol-free venue.


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