The Rolling Coyotes to take the stage Dec. 3
The Rolling Coyotes, a local music group, will celebrate the release of “Train of Life” with a concert at First Friday Coffeehouse Dec. 3 at 8 p.m.
The performance, which will benefit Operation Christmas Teen, will be at the Trinity United Methodist Church Orchard House on Route 45, four miles from the four-way stop in Shepherdstown. Doors open at 7:30 p.m.
The Rolling Coyotes offer up an eclectic blend of folk, country, pop and swing music spiced with unique instrumentation, tight harmonies and good humor.
Band members include award-winning songwriter Steve Warner, Nancy Lynn, Andy Mosholder and Elliot Simon. They will be joined by musicians who appear on the new 17-song record that has already been nominated by Indie Music Digest as CD of the Year.
“Train of Life” is the fourth CD for Warner, whose songs have been recorded by other artists and played worldwide. The title cut of the new record is featured on an upcoming compilation CD called “Ride the Trains,” which will be released in the United States, Europe and several other countries by NBT Records.
“Train of Life” is available locally at Ellsworth Music and Four Seasons Books in Shepherdstown and K & B Music in Martinsburg.
More about the band, including music and videos, can be found at www.myspace.com/therollingcoyotes.
– From staff reports