From time to time we will host featured performers at Coffee House night, if you are interested in
joining us or know someone that may be a possible feature performer for an upcoming Coffee
House please let us know.

Send bio, dates available, sound requirements and link to your music to Erik at
erik@pariseleti.com.
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The Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd
A Community Of Faith For Tequesta, Jupiter and Hobe Sound Florida
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Joined us on November 19, 2010
Doug Spears, Florida's Native Troubadour

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Bill and Eli Parras
Performers of Original, Inspired, Acoustic Folk & Blues

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Joined us on December 17, 2010
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Joined us on April 30th 2012
The Rowan Cunningham Band

The Rowan Cunningham Band, featuring the Rowan
Brothers – Chris and Lorin – and Sue Cunningham is
creating quite a stir in both the Americana and
Bluegrass music scenes. The acoustic trio, working
with guitars, mandolin and fiddle, is a musical tour de
force with outstanding three-part harmony on original
tunes that appeal to a broad audience.

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Contact Erik and Michelle Pariseleti with
any questions
1-561-262-5692 Night of Coffee House Phone
Erik@Pariseleti.com
CD Release Party!!!
Only South Florida Stop on the Spring
Tour!
Doors Open at 6:30...show at 7:00

Tickets available at the Church Office or at the Door before the show... $10 Adults, $5 Students

Call or Email Erik with any questions... 561-262-5692, erik@pariseleti.com
Joined us on November 4th 2012
The Rowan Cunningham Band

The Rowan Cunningham Band, featuring the Rowan
Brothers – Chris and Lorin – and Sue Cunningham is
creating quite a stir in both the Americana and
Bluegrass music scenes. The acoustic trio, working
with guitars, mandolin and fiddle, is a musical tour de
force with outstanding three-part harmony on original
tunes that appeal to a broad audience.

Visit their webpage
Joined us on January 13, 2013
Jim Hurst

“Jim Hurst has no problem being a one-man band. In my opinion, he’s
one of the best ever. He doesn’t rely on gimmicks or tricks, just good
old solid pickin’, heart-felt singin’ and wonderfully tasteful
arrangements of engaging songs that you probably haven’t heard
before… As a member of my FolkJazz Trio he provides everything this
mandolin player needs from a guitarist and singer — whether soloing
or accompanying”. -- David “Dawg” Grisman, June 4, 2014

To listen to Jim Hurst is to be amazed by his tasteful and flawless
performances. Perfect timing, tone and his unusual picking style has
enchanted guitar players from the novice to his peers. His eclectic
career has made him a remarkable performer, an experienced
instructor and a highly sought after session musician.

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Joined us on November 1st 2015
Three time Florida Fiddle Champion Sue Cunningham who lived in Jupiter, passed away on
September 3rd after a lengthy illness. Sue was instrumental in getting the Showcase Series at
Good Shepherd started and she performed twice previously with her former band the Rowan
Cunningham Band and one other time with her friends The Harris Brothers from North Carolina.
The Scholarship will be awarded annually to an outstanding young violinist in an effort to help
them further their musical training. This scholarship honors Sue in a beautiful way as she loved
nothing more than sharing her musical talent and teaching young people.

Verlon Thompson has been a close friend and musical collaborator with Sue for many years and
we are very excited to have him back and performing in Sue's honor. Most recently Verlon and
Sue were performing their Civil War 'operetta', Find Your Angel: Verlon Thompson and Sue
Cunningham, to audiences all around the country.

Verlon has been a professional songwriter and a traveling musician for over 30 years, both as a
solo performer, and performing partner and co-writer with Texas American songwriting icon Guy
Clark. His compositions have been recorded by Jimmy Buffett, Alan Jackson, Anne Murray, The
Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Kenny Rogers, Randy Travis, Del McCoury, Sam Bush, Trisha Yearwood,
Brooks and Dunn, Dierks Bentley and many more. Equally important in his songwriting and live
performances, Verlon’s guitar proficiency has not gone unnoticed – his guitar can be heard on
recordings by Restless Heart, Pam Tillis, and many more, including and especially Guy Clark.

Verlon, the quintessential troubadour, peerless guitar player and songwriter welcomes you into
his "living room" for an unparalleled evening of music, stories and song!

http://verlonthompson.com/

Contributions may be made anytime to the Dreyfoos School of the Arts Foundation, where the
Sue Cunningham Memorial Music Scholarship has been established. Donations may be made
online at soafi.org/donate or mailed to the School of the Arts Foundation, PO Box 552, West
Palm Beach, Fl 33402. If donating by check, please designate to the "Sue Cunningham
Scholarship".

All money raised by the Church of the Good Shepherd through your generous donations went to
the Sue Cunningham Music Scholarship Fund at the Dreyfoos School of the Arts in West Palm
Beach.
Joined us on January 31st 2016
Verlon Thompson

The Coffee House Showcase Concert Series hosted
the concert with Grammy nominated songwriter Verlon
Thompson to benefit The Sue Cunningham Memorial
Music Scholarship Fund at The Dreyfoos School of the
Arts in West Palm Beach.