Waldo’s Coffeehouse presents Julie Gribble, Winner of Best Music Video at 2016 Myrtle Beach Film Festival – May 21st at 7:00 PM
Opening Act: Scott Doubler
Childcare Provided (RSVP required until May 18)
On May 21st, Waldo’s Coffeehouse presents Julie Gribble, a great singer and songwriter. She has written all sorts of music but her main focus and love is Americana. This genre to her is all about freedom and creativity of sound, melody, as well as storytelling. Meeting people all around the country, hearing their stories, sharing a moment in their journey and hers is what drives her. So she continues to stand firm in her belief that great music comes from the heart, not a formula.
The music she has written has been featured on Primetime shows such as The Ringer & Smallville, various Nickelodeon shows & movies, feature films like Quarantine2, Dive From Clauson’s Pier,House Broken etc. She performed multiple times on the Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson and The Tyra Banks Show. Most recently (in April) Julie won the Best Music Video Award at the 2016 Myrtle Beach Film Festival.
The opening artist is Emersons own Scott Doubler. Everyone loves his wonderful solo performances as part of the Emerson Choir. And for all of our young families who have been wanting to come to the Coffeehouse, but have had to stay home because of parental responsibilities, we will be offering free child care for children up to age 11 with RSVP during the concert. So, bring your kids and enjoy a wonderful night out, knowing they will be in excellent Emerson hands. But the RSVP deadline to firstname.lastname@example.org is firm and due by Wednesday May 18 at 5:00 pm.
The concert at Emerson UUC, 4010 Canton Road, Marietta, GA 30066 starts at 7:00 PM. Doors open at 6:30 PM. Entrance donation is $10 children under 18 are free. Snacks and drinks will be provided, adult beverages offered for a nominal donation.