Trevor Potts will be at Ellison's Cafe this Saturday

Ellison’s to host Trevor Potts acoustic session this Saturday

Sally T and Rob Hay will also play Ellison's on Saturday

On December 7 at 1 p.m. Ellison’s Cafe will host a rare visit by Trevor Potts who brings an interactive acoustic pop experience.

He’s had the privilege to play with some legends like Jonny Lang, Collective Soul, Sass Jordan, Richard Marx and his music has been featured in TV and film. Potts names some of his influences as Jack Johnson, Damien Rice and Jason Mraz.

Then at 2 p.m. Sally T takes over the Ellison’s stage with original songs that are a folky fusion of roots and old-timey jazz, strongly driven by her warm, bluesy vocals, sprinkled with improvised jazz scats and beat-boxing. Sally T’s disarming performance will naturally pull an audience in to participate.

Sally will be joined by Rob Hay, a dynamic singer-songwriter, whose original compositions are grounded in folk and country and infused with hints of gospel, blues and roots. This talented pair is sure to put on a show full of toe-tapping melodies and soul-shaking harmonies that you won’t forget.

Admission is free and donations for the bands will be graciously accepted.

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