Live at Timucua: Matt Walden

Matt Walden is a “beach-pop” singer/songwriter from Bradenton, Florida. Writing mainly from his own experiences, he instills the idea of a conscious escape from reality through both his lyrics and music while hoping to inspire the listener to chase their passions/dreams. His sound and dedicated community has landed him performance slots on radio, college campus’, festivals and other beloved venues around the country. With his start posting originals and covers on YouTube and Vine, Matt has gained over 10+ million streams on his original music across all streaming music platforms.

Matt’s indie/folk/pop tune ‘Milestone’, a collaboration with his good friend and YouTube personality Joey Kidney, has reached a total of 7.1 million streams on Spotify alone. Attracting roughly 100,000+ consistent monthly listeners on the platform. In total, his music has reached about 11 million streams combined.

Feel free to bring a bottle of wine to share.

Max Hatt / Edda Glass

7:00 PM Doors, 7:30 PM Show.
$10-$20 suggested donation.
Please also bring food or wine to share.
Special exhibition of works by Jim Preston

Max Hatt / Edda Glass’s award-winning original music and unique interpretations of American and Brazilian standards have “an incomparable spook” (Nashville Scene) and “a unique sound” (NPR).  Telling stories of little people on great plains, the duo evokes a world that stretches from the beaches of Rio de Janeiro to the prairies of the American west, leaving audiences with a feeling both light and deep.

Lauren Heintz & Jim Spence

Sunday, April 14th

Lauren Heintz & Jim Spence

7:00 PM Doors, 7:30 PM Show

$10-$20 suggested donation. Please also bring food or wine to share.

Artist: Homero Rodriguez

Lauren Heintz is an award-winning singer-songwriter, dynamic guitarist, and Timucua favorite. Lauren is joined by frequent collaborator Jim Spence, himself an accomplished songster and guitarist. The two have performed and recorded together, including a duo set in 2016 at Timucua.

Art by Homero Daniel Rodriguez


Bill Mize

Grammy-winning guitarist Bill Mize is a son of Tennessee and a fitting representative of his state’s rich musical heritage. His critically lauded fingerstyle compositions are fluid and intricate, and their delivery masterful. One suspects an influential teacher, and one would be right. “I received most of my musical education from a cheap Zenith radio,” says Mize, who as a child drifted off to sleep to the decidedly non-sleepy lullabies emanating from Nashville’s WLAC and WSM and Knoxville’s WNOX.

A special exhibition of works by Elizabeth St-Hilaire.

$10-$20 suggested donation. Please also bring food or wine to share.


Beemo is an acoustic Americana band with mountain music roots from Orlando, Fl. Their sound is a blend of indie-rock, Irish folk, bluegrass, and elements of the singer/songwriter gene, drawing inspiration from REM, Johnny Cash, Nickel Creek and Ray LaMontagne.

The band has been featured on 90.7 NPR’s Intersection, WPRK Rollins College radio and 104.1 Real Radio’s Sunday Morning Coming Down show.

Beemo began as a collaborative effort between vocalist Dan Harshbarger and Sean Quinn. The duo added mandolin player/guitarist Matt Juliano, bassist Anthony Mickle, and, most recently, percussionist Justin Braun to complete the lineup

Wide Awake, Beemo’s third EP, was released in September 2015. Wide Awake is a collection of songs with uplifting vocals, driving rhythms and nimble guitar and mandolin work.  The band is promoting the EP at Central Florida festivals, live music venues and arts and cultural events.

$10-$20 suggested donation. Please also bring food or wine to share.

Special exhibition of works by  Jene Omens.

An Evening with Pat Donohue!

An Evening With Pat Donohue
7:00 p.m. Doors 7:30 Show

$20 general admission. Tickets available at the door.

Please bring food or wine to share. 

Grammy winning fingerpicker (and 20 year veteran of A Prairie Home Companion) Pat Donohue’s devotion to acoustic guitar has made him an American standard, as he echoes the tones of Robert Johnson, Blind Blake, Merle Travis or Muddy Waters. Chet Atkins called Pat one of the greatest fingerpickers in the world today; Leo Kottke has called his playing “haunting.”

Andrew McKnight

Sunday, January 21st
Andrew McKnight
7:00pm Doors, 7:30pm Show.

“With a voice reminiscent of Don McLean, McKnight traverses from old-time Appalachian tunes to contemporary folk and blues, all backed up by his dead-on guitar playing” – The Boston Globe

Folk and Americana fans, mark your calendar for the Timucua debut of Andrew McKnight! A crafty songwriter and performer, Andrew McKnight is a troubadour and veteran touring artist. Don’t miss this intimate performance in your favorite living-room-concert-hall.

Andrew is a grateful Endorsing Artist for Elixir Strings and Fairbuilt Guitars, and a member of the Virginia Commission for the Arts Touring Artist Roster.

Richard Gilewitz

Watch tonight’s concert live on YouTube!

For nearly four decades, American fingerstyle wizard Richard Gilewitz has fascinated listeners with 6 and 12-string finger gymnastics while spinning enchanting yarns of a seasoned raconteur. His concert performances around the world spill over with unexpected turns of the funnies, thought-provoking takes on life on the road, and tunes that propel the audience on a magical journey of sight and sound. His signature playing style delivers a technical diversity of banjo style patterns and classical arpeggios with a rhythmic percussive approach, exploring the history of guitar with sounds of folk to Americana, the blues to the classical, ragtime to pop, and somewhere in between.In addition to his concert performances, his GillaCamp Guitar and Ukulele Workshops, Meet the Artist Seminars, Clinics, and Avenues for Success educational program for schools inspire players worldwide, providing opportunities for music lovers to work on their craft and young players to learn fingerstyle techniques and tips of the trade.


$10-$20 suggested donation. Please bring wine or food to share.

Acoustic Folk Trio “2PM”


A trio of talented musicians from the Florida Gulf Coast, 2PM is comprised of Pete Price, Pete Hennings, and Mike Jurgensen. Their eclectic sets include original songs, obscure covers, and standards. All three musicians perform solo, but together these men deliver pristine vocal harmonies that delight listeners at acoustic venues and folk festivals around the state.

$10-$20 suggested donations. Please bring wine or food to share.

Kevin Spears, Kalimba Man

Kevin Spears

Hailed as one of the best players alive today, Kevin Spears’ breathtaking ability on an electric version of the traditional African instrument called kalimba is often compared to music legends such as Herbie Hancock, Jimi Hendrix, Bobby McFerrin and Les Paul. Spears’ music is a refreshing mix of folk, world and soul that will move your feet and stir your soul. Kevin really connected with the audience when he came in 2014. Do not miss a very special guy, playing a very special concert.

Stretching sonic boundaries, master kalimbalist Kevin Spears is a one-man music ensemble who uses acoustic and other-worldly electric instruments to create a musical experience that excites the senses and stirs the soul.

“Kevin Spears puts on a performance full of groove, sound and intimacy that draws you into his unique yet universal world”. -Benoit Glazer musical director Cirque Du SOLEIL.

AfroPop WorldWide states: “Kevin Spears utilizes the traditional African instrument and tweaks it to create a soulful, funky sound that would make Stevie Wonder smile.”

$10-$20 donation suggested. Please bring food or wine to share.