Saturday, March 17, 7:30 p.m.

The Gage Hall Coffeehouse will bring you another great evening of music presented by local singer-songwriter Erin Johns. Erin is a native of Charleston, and she performs songs that are a unique and poignant blend of rock/soul/country/blues. She often performs solo accompanying herself on acoustic and electric guitars, but she is also known for her musical collaborations. Erin has a giant voice “made of steel and fire,” and “she hands her soul to you with every note.” Erin has played many venues across the Lowcountry and recently participated in the “Women and” series at the Music Hall featuring music of Sam Cooke. If you were lucky enough to attend the church on Blues Sunday, you heard her amazing musical offerings at that special service. March 17 will be Erin John’s first time on our Gage Hall stage, and she will be joined by Mike Besta on drums and John F. Kennedy on bass. Don’t miss this great evening of music. It’s sure to be a great show.

Profits from Gage Hall Coffeehouses support enrichment activities in Charleston-area elementary schools. Gage Hall is located at 4 Archdale Street. $15 donation for Adults, $5 for Students is suggested. Coffee, sodas, and home-baked desserts are available. Call 224-4472 or 367-9663 for more information.