Tuesday, April 21, 2015
You are @ What's Going OnCoffee House

"CoffeeHouse" evenings are events, always a live performance, that are open to the public.  Tickets are inexpensive and a good time is to be had by all.  Please come along, bring your friends, make some new ones, and in doing so, you will be supporting a good cause too  -- all proceeds goes to helping "Children in Need" in the Greater Charleston area.  We have supported after school enrichment programs for inner city children for 12 years -- over $60,000!!! 

Next Coffee House...   


The Gage Hall Coffeehouse...    


   Forty Mile Detour

    led by  Mark Yampolsky and with John Holenko 

    SATURDAY, April 18, 2015

7:30 PM, GAGE Hall 



$15 Donation at the door. Doors Open at 7:00 p.m.

The 2014-15 Gage Hall Coffeehouse Season continues on Saturday, April 18th at 7:30 pm with an evening of great music presented Mark Yampolsky and Forty Mile Detour.  Forty Mile Detour is an Americana band based in Charleston, SC founded by singer-songwriter Mark Yampolsky. Members Mark Yampolsky, John Gross, John Holenko, Eddie Phillips and Pascal Bouquillard met in the Carolinas while each of them were working on individual projects. Eventually they joined to form Forty Mile Detour. Their talents and experience combine to create a sound that stays true to the American spirit; the open road, guts, grit and the American dream. These images ring true with an honest down-toearth songwriting style. In December 2014, Forty Mile Detour recorded their second CD "Ain't No Devil". The sessions featured six original cuts written by Mark Yampolsky, performed by the band-members and produced by John Holenko. Wolf on the Bridge 105.5 FM Radio calls it "Outstanding music... rock 'n roll, blues and country all rolled up together and comes out sounding great....You need to do yourself a favor and go out and see these folks." The band has been performing their live show throughout the Lowcountry of South Carolina where their first time listeners become friends and fans. Forty Mile Detour plays their music from the heart and hope that their authentic American music will inspire everyone that listens. Don’t miss it!!!!



Profits from all Gage Hall Coffeehouses support academic enrichment activities in Charleston area elementary schools. Gage Hall is located at 4 Archdale Street. Suggested donation of $15 for Adults; $5 for Students. Coffee, donated by In Good Taste, sodas, home baked desserts. Parking across the street and behind Gage Hall.  Call 224-4472 or 367-9663 for information 


What We Do With the Money!   

The Social Justice Committee at the Unitarian Church in Charleston has stepped in, raising money to help level the academic playing field. This year, they are sponsoring weekly enrichment programs at Charleston Progressive, James Simons, Mitchell and Elementary schools. Just this month they went to Cypress Gardens -- Look at the wonderment in their eyes!!

Click here to read more about the beginnings of the UCC Social Justice programs and the results...

Coffeehouse Managers, you will want both this Manager Document and the duty Sign Up Sheet. They are MS Word documents in the "docx" format.  :

2014/2015 Season at Gage Hall   

 We have a great 2014/2015 Season!!!!

Sept 20:  The Orpheus Supertones

Oct 18 :   Moonlight Ale  Open

Nov 15    Porto Seguro (Susan Conant's Brazilian band)

Jan 17:    Steve Simon and the Kings of Jazz 

Feb 21:   Blackstone

Mar 21:   Hungry Monks

Apr 18:   40 Mile Detour with Mark Yampolsky

 ..Join us with the best acoustic music in Charleston!!
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