Folk music didn’t die with the 60’s. The folk venues are alive and well all across the country. Singer-songwriters are making music that speaks to our souls, our consciousness and to the everyday events that make up our lives. You won’t hear them on the radio, but they are on the internet; YouTube, Spotify and Bandcamp. And they are right here in Franklin. It is our joy to bring this music to you once a month. Come early, enjoy refreshments, and stay after. Become a part of our community!

Michael Reno Harrell at The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship
89 Sierra, Franklin
Sunday, July 21 at 2:30 PM
Suggested donation $20 * All monies go to the performers

No one turned away * Pay at the door

Info: Pay at the door
Coffee and snacks sold during the break

Michael Reno Harrell is an award winning songwriter, a published author, a nationally known storyteller and a visual artist. And he’s from the Southern Appalachian Mountains of North Carolina where all those things are as much a part of life as breathing. Michael’s talents in the aforementioned Fields have taken him to forty-four states and several foreign countries over his over Fifty plus year career. His work is based in life experiences that reflect the culture of his mountain roots, which go back eight generations. But, Michael’s stories, songs and artworks reflect not only the southern experience, but also American’s story. His work, in whichever form it may take, all comes down to one thing…story