Published April 24th, 2013
Top Talent at the Third Annual Lafayette Music Festival
By Cathy Tyson
Stevie Coyle at Mighty Fine Guitars Photo Provided
A constellation of fine musicians are getting together for one night only at the historic Town Hall Theatre Saturday, May 4. The oldest continuously operating theater company in Contra Costa County is a non-profit, and while the board runs the facility like a business, they rely on the generosity of citizens to keep the doors open. "The Lafayette Community Music Festival brings together longtime local musicians who donate their time and talents for the benefit of Town Hall Theatre and its many programs. These musicians have played on big stages with big name acts, and we are honored and touched by their willingness to support Town Hall Theatre," said Tom Stack, vice president of the board of directors. "It's a great local event that brings the community together. Please make plans to come, we appreciate everyone's support." Every dollar raised goes toward continuing quality programs, like Main Stage productions, education programs, music and comedy events.
Local musical guru Stevie Coyle of the Waybacks and Mighty Fine Guitars, former members of the Steve Miller Band, David Denny, Jack King, Brian Hough, with their brand of "acoustic Americana" will be there as All Night Flight, Paul Cotruvo & Friends of high energy dance band Cover 2 Cover, and Eenor of Primus will grace the stage.
Bring your checkbook and keep an eye out for the silent auction of rock and roll and sports memorabilia, donations from local merchants and more; all proceeds from the evening go directly to the Theatre. Doors open for the Lafayette Community Music Festival at 7 p.m. and the show starts at 8 p.m. Saturday, May 4. Tickets are $30 and are available online at, over the phone at (925) 283-1557 or in person Wednesdays through Fridays from 4 to 6 p.m. and Saturdays from 2 to 4 p.m.

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