AAFFM sponsors a local monthly coffeehouse concert series, Fiddler’s Green, featuring concerts that include traditional music, singer-songwriters, poetry and storytelling. Join us monthly on third Saturdays!
Presented in our new location:
First Existentialist Congregation of Atlanta
470 Candler Park Dr NE
Atlanta, GA 30307
Show begins at 8:00 pm
General Admission: $10 AAFFM Members: $8
February 17, 2018
Fiddler’s Green Coffeehouse
Southern folk artist Jefferson Ross is a songwriter, singer, guitar slinger and painter, weaving stories for the ears and the eyes. Based in The Peach State, Jefferson travels throughout the U.S. and Europe performing his original music and displaying his art at festivals and galleries across the South.
For years Jefferson lived in Nashville playing for recording artists including Canada’s Entertainer of the Decade, Terri Clark. He has shared the stage with country music greats such as George Strait, Toby Keith, Reba McEntire and Vince Gill. He worked as a staff writer for a number of publishers on Music Row including Curb Music, one of the top music publishers in the world. In 2010 he returned to live in Georgia with his wife and daughter and maintains a home and office in Nashville as well.
An evening with Jefferson Ross is an inspirational, homespun southern experience that you’re unlikely to forget.
Jim Culliton has performed throughout Georgia over the past decade with his unique high-energy blend of instrumental string music and stylistic vocals. His philosophy of no stylistic boundaries always keeps the music fresh and exciting.
Jim has performing experience at The Fox Theatre, Symphony Hall, and many other concert venues. This versatile multi-instrumentalist is one of the early innovators in the New String Acoustic Movement, incorporating jazz, bluegrass, world music, rock, and classical with occasional vocals in the mix. Put all of this in a high speed blender and you get truly an innovative, entertaining, and dynamic musician. Jim was chosen to be a Musician in Residence for the National Endowment of the Arts and Humanities, and is a former instructor of music at Huntingdon College and Auburn University (AUM).