Moors & McCumber | Thursday, October 2

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Moors & McCumber make their Sundilla debut on Thursday, October 2. Admission is $12 at the door, but $10 advance tickets are available at Spicer’s Music, Mama Mocha’s Coffee, and online at www.sundillamusic.com. The concert will take place at the AUUF on Thach Avenue; free coffee, tea, water and food will be available at the show, but attendees are invited to bring any food or beverage they prefer. Multi-instrumentalist, Americana-folk-bluegrass-newgrass groups are making waves in popular music these days (think Mumphord and Sons, The Avett Brothers, Shovels and Rope, The Civil Wars, etc.) and Moors & McCumber are leaders in […] Read more »

Webb Wilder | Thursday, July 10, 2014

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Webb Wilder returns to Sundilla for the first time in over two years; the timing is perfect, since the energy and fun of his previous visit are just now starting to wear off. Country Standard Time says “”Wilder is one of America’s most interesting characters, with a credo to call his own, raw talent, charismatic personality and rabid cult following,” and they mean it. Admission at the door will be $15, but you’ll want to get $12 advance tickets at Spicer’s Music, Mama Mocha’s Coffee, or online at this very site. We’ll have free coffee, tea, water and food, but […] Read more »

Rupert Wates | Friday, June 6, 2014

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Rupert Wates brings his years of experience, six CDs, 30 songwriting awards, the 2013 Performer of the Year title from Concerts in Your Home, and the accolades of people from all over the country to Sundilla on Friday, June 6. Admission at the door is $12, though $10 tickets are available from Spicer’s Music, Mama Mocha’s Coffee and online at www.sundillamusic.com. It would be possible to write a long review of Rupert Wates, using nothing but quotes from music critics, reviewers, and venue operators. Things such as “a ridiculously talented musician,” from Kitchen Sink House Concerts in Arizona. Folk and […] Read more »

Darryl Purpose | Friday, May 2, 2014

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Darryl Purpose is returning to Sundilla for the first time in a decade! Tickets at the door are just $12, and $10 advance tickets can be purchased from Spicer’s Music, Mama Mocha’s Coffee, and online at this very site. So what has he been doing for 10 years? Mostly adding to his legend as “The Most Interesting Man in the World (Despite What Those Beer Commercials Say.”) He shepherded the release of “Singer-Songwriter Heaven: the songs of Kevin Faherty.” He also continued to co-captain the Second Strings Project, which is responsible for delivering over twenty thousand sets of guitar strings […] Read more »

Rebecca Loebe | Friday, February 7, 2014

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Rebecca Loebe makes her Sundilla debut on February 7, but odds are excellent that it won’t be her last Sundilla appearance; the phrase “back by popular demand” is likely to become a staple when introducing Rebecca. Showtime at the AUUF is 7:30; admission at the door will be $12, but $10 advance tickets will be available on this very site, and at Spicer’s Music and Mama Mocha’s Coffee. Award winning singer/songwriter Rebecca Loebe is both candid and self-deprecating, attributes that shine through in her songwriting and laugh-out-loud storytelling. Since quitting her job as a full-time recording studio engineer, she has […] Read more »

Pierce Pettis | Friday, January 10, 2014

Longtime Sundilla favorite Pierce Pettis returns to Sundilla on Friday, January 10, 2014. Showtime at the AUUF is 7:30, and admission at the door is $15. But you can get advance tickets for $12 from Spicer’s Music, Mama Mocha’s coffee (both locations) and buy online. There are certain performers who, when they express an interest in coming to Sundilla, you say “Yes!” and then start doing whatever you can to ake it work. Pierce Pettis is one of those performers. If people ever found out that we could have booked Pierce but didn’t, it would be time to join the […] Read more »

Act of Congress Friday, August 23

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The Sundilla Acoustic Concert Series is proud and thrilled to bring Act of Congress back to Auburn on Friday, August 23, at the historic AUUF on Thach Avenue. Showtime is 7:30, and admission is $15 at the door; advance tickets cost just $12 and can be purchased at Spicer’s Music, Mama Mocha’s Coffee, and online at www.sundillamusic.com. I could say all sorts of great things about Act of Congress– and I will– but the best thing that can be said is what many of YOU said the last time they were at Sundilla: “This is the best concert I have ever […] Read more »

DAN NAVARRO | Friday, May 31 | AUUF

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The Sundilla Acoustic Concert Series is proud and thrilled to bring Dan Navarro to Auburn this month. Navarro will make his Sundilla debut, and just his second appearance ever in Alabama, on Friday, May 31, at the historic AUUF on Thach Avenue. Showtime is 7:30, and admission is $15 at the door; advance tickets cost just $12 and can be purchased at The Gnu’s Room, Spicer’s Music, The Villager Frame Shop, and online at www.sundillamusic.com. For more than 30 years, Dan Navarro has written, sung, played and acted his way through a rich and varied career. He is most well […] Read more »

SONiA | Thursday, May 16 | AUUF (Indigie Femme opens)

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SONiA’s musical style ranges from folk, bluegrass and blues to pop-rock and rap-like rhythms. Perhaps in a past life, SONiA was one of the original troubadours, a poet-musician roaming Europe in the 13th century, singing songs of courtly love. She certainly is a contemporary troubadour, touring the globe and singing her songs. SONiA’s concerts are lively, fun, entertaining and yes, even enlightening, but never dull or depressing. There is an exuberance and passion shining from SONiA that warms an audience with good nature and humanity. You’ll leave this show smiling, humming and tapping your toes; if you’re lucky, you’ll later […] Read more »

Indigie Femme appears with SONiA on May 16

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Indigie Femme are one of the most ‘dynamic female indigenous duos’ to hit the music scene. Creative forces merge when the Northern and Southern Hemipheres come together through songs in stories. Tash Terry, born and raised on the Navajo Nation and Elena Higgins, born in New Zealand of the Maori and Samoan heritage are the powerful musical duo, Indigie Femme. A twist of world beats lavish the acoustic folk duo who tap into their indigenous roots. Their magical weavings and matrilineal cultures, magnified with their powerful voices, combines thought-provoking, uplifting traditional and original compositions. Read more »