Folkadelphia Presents: Don Bikoff, Mark Fosson, and Jerry David DeCicca (of the Black Swans) at Little Berlin’s Annex
Thursday, November 13th, 2014
At Little Berlin Annex (2430 Coral St., Boston St. at Coral St.)
WHO: Don Bikoff | Mark Fosson | Jerry David DeCicca (of The Black Swans)
WHEN: Thursday, November 13th, 2014 at 8 PM
WHERE: Little Berlin (2430 Coral St., Boston St. at Coral St. – in Viking Mill)
COST: $10+ donation for artists/space. Adult refreshments will be available too with a small donation.
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We couldn’t dream up a more excellent final show for 2014 than this one. On Thursday, November 13th, we conclude our year of Folkadelphia concerts with a doozy. Join us as we welcome veritable masters of their trade Don Bikoff, Mark Fosson, and Jerry David DeCicca to Little Berlin’s newer Annex space. Bikoff and Fosson are both fathers of that American Primitivism/instrumental guitar style you love so much. DeCicca is a veteran songwriter as frontman to The Black Swans and he just released a new fantastic solo album too.
JERRY DAVID DECICCA
little berlin is an artist-run collective and gallery space located in North Philadelphia. Founded in 2007, we became a collective organization in March 2009. Our main focus is curatorial projects and exhibitions, and we also host music events, performances and badminton tournaments. Each month, a member of little berlin or guest curates a show in the space. Our interests are diverse, you will never see the same show twice in our gallery. free and open to the public. first fridays and by appointment. Donations are welcomed and much appreciated – our funding is purely member-driven, and we rely on the support of contributors to sustain our curatorial programming. Little Berlin launched The Annex, a 600 square foot space adjacent to Little Berlin’s gallery in the Viking Mill Building in Kensington. This new space will be dedicated to special events and comfortable reading room for the Little Berlin Zine Library, a collection of hundreds of artist-made books. Unlike Little Berlin’s gallery, the Annex will not hold monthly exhibitions or installations. Instead, this intimate space will feature film screenings, performances, talks, poetry readings, lectures, and workshops.