Black-Eyed Susan Acoustic Café (22 W. Main St., Angelica, NY) will host an evening of new acoustic folk music with a blues infusion by Cosby Gibson and Tom Staudle on Friday, August 12 .
On Saturday, August 13, join Ade Adu whose work is influenced by Bob Marley, Dave Matthews, Tracy Chapman and Paul Simon.
Each show runs from 7:30-9:30 p.m.
There is no cover charge, but guests are expected to contribute to the musician’s tip jar. Reservations for dinner are suggested.
On Friday, August 12th Black-Eyed Susan will host Cosby Gibson and Tom Staudle, musicians from Central New York performing acoustic folk music with an infusion of blues on guitar, mandolin, banjo, harmonica and vocals. Lately the pair has been touring and performing at festivals and farmers markets, benefits and opera houses. If Judy Collins or Sarah McLaughlin catch your fancy, you will surely enjoy Cosby and Tom. Learn more at
Ade Adu of Wellsville is a full-time musician who performs several shows each week as a soloist / band in area clubs, colleges and universities, gazebos and church conventions. His style is an acoustic fusion of pop, folk, reggae, country and even gospel, and his set list includes covers of songs by Johnny Cash, Jack Johnson, the Eagles, Elvis and Fleetwood Mac. Ade says, “My music is simply about making people happy.” On Saturday Augsut 13th, he’ll do just that in the Music Room at Black-Eyed Susan Acoustic Café.
For more information, please visit www.black-eyed-susan.com or phone 585-466-3399.