Multiple Grammy- Award Winner Howard Levy is an acknowledged master of the diatonic harmonica, a superb pianist, innovative composer, recording artist, bandleader, teacher, producer, and Chicago area resident. His musical travels have taken him all over the geographical world and the musical map. Find out more at levyland.com.
The Yellow-Bellied Sapsuckers' original songs are a refreshing brand-new take on old-time country. Their music recalls classic hillbilly music, while bringing a distinctly modern and lively touch to the Americana genre.
Find out more at sapsuckersmusic.com.
Anne Hills is one of the most beloved voices of the contemporary folk music scene, receiving awards and recognition for her live performances, her unique solo and collaborative recording projects, and her overall artistry and benefit work.
Find out more at annehills.com.
Tim Grimm is a bit of a Rennaisance man in the performing arts world. He has for the past 15 years, blended his love for songwriting, travel, and the storytelling of acting (theatre, film and television). Find out more at timgrimm.com.
Mark is a teacher and artist-in-residence at the Old Town School of Folk Music in Chicago. In 2008, Dvorak received the Woodstock Folk Festival's Lifetime Achievement Award for his work as a performer, song writer, teacher and folk historian. Find out more at markdvorak.com.
April 4 - Danny Schmidt
April 4, 2020 scheduled concert with Danny Schmidt postponed. Advance ticket sales will receive full refund. Please stay tuned for rescheduled date.
Named to the Chicago Tribune’s list of the "50 Most Significant Songwriters in the Last 50 Years", Austin, TX-based singer/songwriter Danny Schmidt has amassed a cult following for his poetic, poignant lyrics. With a craftsmanship and emotional depth drawing comparisons to Leonard Cohen and Townes Van Zandt, and with fantastical narratives reminiscent of Gabriel Garcia Marquez and Salman Rushdie, Schmidt is considered a preeminent writer.
Find out more at dannyschmidt.com.
A Note About Health & Safety
Updated: March 12, 2020, 7:30 PM
St Tim’s Coffeehouse is committed to protecting the health and safety of our students, staff, faculty, and community who attend classes, concerts, and events in our facilities. We are closely monitoring the development of the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) situation in Skokie and following guidance from both the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Skokie and Illinois Departments of Public Health.
What We’re Doing:
The risk for transmission in Skokie is still considered to be low, but we have formed an internal team that is charged with tracking the situation, evaluating risks, developing plans, and ensuring that we communicate effectively with all of our community.
What You Can Do to Help:
Help our community by practicing everyday healthy and preventative behaviors that prevent the spread of germs:
• Wash your hands with soap and warm water for at least 20 seconds • Refrain from touching your face with unwashed hands• Cover coughs and sneezes• Use hand sanitizer when soap or water is unavailable• Avoid contact with people who are sick• Stay at home when you are sick
We encourage those who feel unwell or who may have been exposed to stay home.
In addition, Northshore University Health Systems Coronavirus Frequently Asked Questions page advises that there is no reason to routinely wear a face mask at this time. The best way to stay healthy is to wash your hands frequently, stay home if you are sick and avoid others who are sick.
Residents who are sick and have either traveled to a country or area of the United States with sustained community spread of the virus or had close contact with someone who has been diagnosed with COVID-19 should call their healthcare provider.
Individuals who are at high risk according to CDC guidelines, including older adults and those with chronic health conditions, should review and follow the advice offered by the CDC for high-risk individuals.
In the event of cancellations for concerts we will notify ticket holders prior to the start of the event by email and phone when available.
As this situation continues to evolve, we will closely follow guidance from our local health officials around the city and throughout the country. We will continue to rely on their recommendations and expertise to inform our decisions while maintaining the health and safety of our community to the best of our ability.
Doors open at 6:30 p.m.
Music Starts at 7:00 p.m.
Donation: $20 at door
Ask at the first concert how you can get a 10% discount.
Questions? Contact the church office at (847) 676-1300 or email the office administrator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Funding in part by a grant from the Skokie Fine Arts Commission. Proceeds of the admission go towards paying the musicians and feeding the hungry through the Sack Lunch Program and Garden Ministries of St. Timothy's Lutheran Church.