Last Wednesday of every month, 7 p.m.,
24 East Main Street, Bloomsburg
Nick Andrew Staver and Mike Quinlivan
As part of its mission to bring the arts to all communities throughout our region, The Exchange hosts a monthly Blues/Americana/Roots Listening Room in its storefront art gallery on Main Street in Bloomsburg.
On the last Wednesday of every month, from 7 to 9 p.m., the musicians perform in our intimate space at 24 East Main Street, up close and personal. We feature a range of acts – solo artists and small bands, acoustic and electric – in an atmosphere conducive to enjoying and experiencing the music: just a few dozen concertgoers, the musician(s), and the music.
$5 donation at the door; BYOB permitted
Gabe Stillman, November 27th
Mini Mojo, December 18th
We have all of the 2020 Listening Rooms now booked!
Ed Randazzo & Bret Alexander -- special show
at A Perfect Blend, Berwick
Friday, January 17th
Benjamin Vo Band -- special show at The Study Bar
Saturday, January 25th
Dave Keyes -- Weds., February 26th
Ann Kerstetter Band -- Weds., March 25th
Bret Alexander & Nyke Van Wyk -- Weds., April 29th
Stacia Abernatha & Ben Geise -- May 27th
Deb Callahan -- Weds., June 24th
Norman Taylor -- Weds., July 29th
Kevin McCann Blues Trio -- Weds., August 26th
Kerry Kenny Trio -- Weds., September 30th
Jeff Anderson Project -- Weds., October 28th
Andrew Guffey -- Weds., November 25th
Billtown Solo/Duo winner -- Weds., December 30th
For more 2020 concerts produced by The Exchange -- including
the Alexis P. Suter Band in Berwick and Tas Cru in Bloomsburg,
Many other regional venues host Blues music, most of them bars and restaurants, and regional festivals – Destination Blues, Briggs Farm, and Billtown – draw many thousands of attendees annually; the Destination Blues Listening Room offers a unique opportunity for music lovers: all of the advantages of a private house concert, where every attendee can talk with the musicians, where attendees and musicians share the music in a way only possible in such a small venue, but open to the public.
For more information about the Exchange, contact us at 570-317-2596 or firstname.lastname@example.org.