Java Jive at History Museum

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In its seventh season, Grounds #n# Sounds features some of Gwinnett#s talented musicians. Held in the old Lawrenceville Female Seminary building, the coffeehouse lures musicians in every month with its excellent acoustics and atmosphere.

In June, it#s Danzig and Woolley with what they have termed, “Dysfunctional Folk.” Since their marriage in 1994, this husband and wife duo has been touring together in their motorhome. Kevin Danzig and Cat Wolley play many of their own songs along with a few non-original pieces that have been arranged in Danzig and Woolley#s unique style. Danzig writes the songs, does the lead vocals, plays the acoustic guitar, harmonica and tambourine, while Woolley joins him on the mandolin, bells and harmony vocals. This talented couple has performed at the Napa Valley Music Festival, the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival and the Dogwood Festival in Atlanta, plus Danzig has recorded three albums and won five Billboard Magazine song awards.

Doors at Grounds #n# Sounds open at 8 p.m. Admission is $4 per person and beverages and light snacks are available for purchase.

For more information, contact the Gwinnett History Museum at 770-822-5178.

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