First Friday Coffehouse 6/7/13

image002Decatur Creek

A note from Bob Moore.

Musicians, countrymen and women, folks that like to hear a good story weaved into song, students (and teachers) looking forward to the freedom of summer:

Hope you’re managing through the early heat wave these last few days. Maybe you’re finding the best way to cope is by heading to the beach, hanging out in the shade, or maybe finding your favorite private or public watering hole somewhere near home.

I wanted to let you know that we have another great line-up of musicians coming to visit the UU church this coming Friday, June 7th. Decatur Creek is an acoustic trio of songwriters that hail from southern New Hampshire west of Manchester. I first heard Doug Farrell and Jack Carlton last fall at the Spireside Coffeehouse in Dunbarton, and was taken aback by their musicianship and their songwriting skill.

Steve Dionne has joined forces with these two musicians and they came visiting the First Friday Coffeehouse this past March when we featured Jack Kid. They have a great sound and take turns supporting each other’s original compositions. I highly recommend you check these guys out. More information is give below about the band Decatur Creek.

Quick bio of Decatur Creek:

Doug Farrell, Steve Dionne and Jack Carlton are accomplished songwriters and performers who have discovered another musical dimension performing as a group. Their diverse styles complement one another as Decatur Creek’s original sound continues to evolve. They blend to create a unique acoustic sound that’s part Americana part folk .

Check out Farrell’’s ““My Last Life”  at for a sneak preview of their upcoming demo CD.

The First Friday Coffeehouse featuring  Decatur Creek ,Doug Farrell Steve Dionne Jack Carlton

The First Unitarian-Universalist Society of Exeter

12 Elm Street (Parish Hall), Exeter, NH

Friday, June 7th

7:30 PM

Sign-up for performers starts at 6:30 PM.

Musicians, poets, families, performing art enthusiasts encouraged to attend. Bring a dessert. Coffee and tea will be provided. Donations gratefully accepted.

Tell a friend and see you on Friday, June 7th

For more information, e-mail or phone: 642-4648.

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