Sando, Sheehan, Elwell at Music at the Mission's showcase

| 03 Jun 2016 | 12:09

The Music at the Mission monthly showcase on June 4 features performers John Sheehan, Peter Sando and Jim Elwell.
Sando is well known throughout the area. He emerged in the late 1960s in a band, "Galdalf," and has released three solo CDs, including his latest, "Let There Be Love."
Sheehan, known as one of the best finger-picking guitarists around, is an award-winning composer and prolific performer and songwriter. He has released four solo CDs and his music has been used in videos and short films.
Elwell is a singer/songwriter from Pine Island, N.Y., who runs a successful open mic each Friday night at Caffe Ala Mode in Warwick. Elwell is a thoughtful songwriter, a fluid guitarist with a unique voice, and a masterful interpreter of cover songs.
The showcase is becoming the premier music series in the Highlands, with three talented artists performing each month.
It begins at 7:30 p.m. and runs "in the round style" until 9. It is followed by the Music at the Mission open mic, truly one of the best outside of New York City. It offers artists the opportunity perform on stage to an appreciative audience in a coffee house/listening room environment.
Admission is $7 for a full night of entertainment. Performers may sign up in advance on the Music at the Mission website for $10.
For more information or to sign up to perform, go to