Brian Harshberger - Friday, May 28th
Rosie & The Jammers - Friday, June 11th
Stephanie & The Wild Hearts (Acoustic) - Friday, July 9th
Johnstown Dixieland Jazz Band - Friday, July 23rd
Midnight Graffiti - Friday, August 13th
Brian Harshberger - Thursday, September 16th
These events are offered with free admission and open to the public; donations are encouraged. The Coffee House Series also offers coffees, teas, and delicious baked goods for sale during the event.
*Our 2021 Coffee House Series will be held outdoors on our new amphitheatre, with social distancing & sanitation protocols enforced as long as COVID-19 protocols require. Masks are required when unable to social distance. Seating will be provided, or feel free to bring your own. In the event of inclement weather, Coffee Houses may be moved indoors.
When it comes to putting a tune to the dancing steps, there's no better choice than Rosie and The Jammers. This upbeat six-piece act has been a staple at local events and festivals for twenty-two (22) years and is known just as much for their great showmanship as their talent and is always a crowd favorite. Three people that were instrumental in giving the band their professional start were Bill & Deb Marano and Rose Mary Hagadus. Rosie and The Jammers was formed for the very first Johnstown Polkafest in 1997 when asked to play by Bill & Deb. Rosie and Rosemary first met while Rosie was playing her button box at a Garden Tour Fundraiser for the Johnstown Symphony. Rosemary stopped to ask questions about the button box. During that conversation Rosemary asked Rosie if she and her band would like to play at the Log House Arts Festival Labor Day weekend. That was 22 years ago and the band has been a staple at the festival and within the community ever since.
Rising out of the hills of Central Pennsylvania as a tenacious female-fronted outlaw country band, Stephanie & the Wild Hearts (formerly known as "The Chrome Hearts") are living proof that raw talent, ambition and honesty can still prevail in a fiercely competitive music industry. The group’s founders Bob Onkst and wife Stephanie of Hollidaysburg are proud to be backed with the right accompanying musicians. Bob plays rhythm guitar and shares singing duties with Stephanie. Stephanie & the Wild Hearts have aligned their unwavering dedication to the do-it-yourself work ethic with a signature outlaw country sound. Stephanie & the Wild Hearts fits in somewhere in between the genres of country and rock & roll. The future of Stephanie & the Wild Hearts and where they are going is limitless. They’ve gone from playing only local shows to performing at festivals and fairs throughout PA. They are proud to have played at such venues such as: The Grange Fair (opening for The Voice favorite Josh Gallagher), the People's Choice Festival. the Fulton County Fair, Hollidaysburg Wing Festival, a private party for President Jimmy Carter, and so many more. They are set to continue to exceed expectations and follow this musical journey as far as it takes them!
Midnight Graffiti is female fronted classic rock'n'roll, featuring Natalie Kurchak and Laken Noelle on lead vocals, John Kurchak and Bernie Kralik on lead and rhythm guitar, John D. Kurchak on Bass and Jason Williams on drums.
Community Arts Center of Cambria County
1217 Menoher Boulevard, Johnstown, PA 15905 US
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