2018-2019 Season

September 8 - Bryan Bowers

A virtuoso of the autoharp, singer, songwriter, and storyteller, Bryan's dynamic personality and uncanny ability will enchant you. His towering 6'4" frame can be wild and zany, yet five minutes later he can have the same audience singing 'Will The Circle Be Unbroken' in quiet reverence and delight. - somagency.com/bryan-bowers

October 13 - The Heather Pierson Acoustic Trio

Heather, Pierson, Shawn Nadeau & Davy Sturtevant With their quiet charm and down-to-earth honesty, they bring life to the sounds of the streets of New Orleans and the valleys of Appalachia. - heatherpierson.com

November 10 - Small Potatoes

Jacquie Manning and Rich Prezioso, are "new-fashioned" folksingers with an eclectic mix that includes country, blues, and Irish songs described as "Celtic to Cowboy". They even yodel. - smallpotatoesmusic.com

February 9 - Eric Lambert

Performer, flat picker musician and educator, Eric dazzles audiences with his original elixir of feel-good Americana, infused with bluegrass, blues, rock, & soul. 2016 "Best Entertainer" Chicago Music Award - ericlambert.com

March 9 - James Lee Stanley

A true renaissance man, Jame Lee was born into a musical family and already performing and recording for LeGrand Records at fourteen. His songs, coupled with his outrageously repartee, make for an evening of hilarity and tenderness. - jamesleestanley.com

April 13 - Sons of the Never Wrong

A turbo-charged Alt-folk trio, Bruce Roper, Sue Demel & Deborah Lader combine influences of folk, jazz, pop and rock. Their odd ball humor, spontaneous stories, and music is wildly original. The energy is contagious and their banter is hilarious. - sons.com

Concert Details

Doors open at 6:30 p.m. 

Music Starts at 7:00 p.m. 


Donation: $20 at door

Online: brownpapertickets.com


Ask at the first concerton how  you can get a 10% discount.


Questions? Contact the church office at (847) 676-1300 or email the office administrator at stlc.officestaff@gmail.com


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.