2024 Coffeehouse Concert Lineup

The 2024 HTMA Coffeehouse Concert Series will be inside the Old Country Church at Burritt on the Mountain with select shows throughout the year performed at the new Outdoor Pavilion. Adults $11 Advance Tickets / $12 at the door - Children under 12 are free (w/ paying adult).


Tuesday, JANUARY 23RD, 2024 - 7:00 PM - Burritt on the Mountain

Featured Performance: Curtis & Loretta

HTMA Opener:

James Smith has performed music since age 9, known as the
Autoharp-man from Al-la-bam, singer and plays a little fiddle on the side.


Tuesday, FEBRUARY 27TH, 2024 - 7:00 PM - Burritt on the Mountain

Featured Performance: Mike Ball & the Bubbanauts

HTMA Opener:

Les Copeland performs a repertoire of 50’s and 60’s rock and roll, country songs, and a few of his original compositions.


Tuesday, MARCH 26TH, 2024 - 7:00 PM - Burritt on the Mountain

Featured Performance: Andrew's Legend

HTMA Opener:

Phil Searcy, a folk-style singer/guitarist with influences going back to James Taylor and Paul Simon. 


Tuesday, APRIL 23RD, 2023 - 7:00 PM - Burritt on the Mountain

Featured Performance: The Grasstronauts

HTMA Opener:

Opening by Karen Newsum, HTMA member and singer-songwriter who enjoys writing songs from her life experiences as well as whimsical songs for children.             

Tickets: $11 in advance $12 at the door / Children under 12 are free


Tuesday, MAY 28TH, 2023 - 7:00 PM - Burritt on the Mountain

Featured Performance: Rule of Thirds Trio

Rule of Thirds Trio   - Huntsville, AL


The Rule of Thirds Trio consists of well-known musicians Gabe Larose (acoustic and electric guitar, vocals), Joanna Moger (rock violin), and classical guitarist Phil Weaver. Their show is a fast-paced variety of solos, trios, and duos encompassing a wide range of styles- rock and folk to classical and flamenco.  

HTMA Opener:

Opening will be HTMA long time member singer songwriter Jerry LeCroy.           

Tickets: $11 in advance $12 at the door / Children under 12 are free


Tuesday, JUNE 25TH, 2023 - 7:00 PM - Burritt on the Mountain

SPECIAL PERFORMANCE: IN-THE-Round

Featured Performance: Microwave Dave, Lukas Johnston & Jimmy Henderson

Microwave Dave   - Huntsville, AL

The Huntsville Traditional Music Association's June Coffeehouse format will be a little different this month.  Join us in the Old Church at Burritt on the Mountain for our

2nd Annual Acoustic Night of the Blues, showcased “in the round”.

Local legend Microwave Dave Gallaher, young “up and coming” Cigar Box and musical Stringed Shovel artist Lukas Johnston, and blues slide guitarist Jimmy Henderson will perform blues standards as well as their own original material. Opening the show will be local

HTMA Opener:

HTMA members Drs. Steve & Lynne Edmondson will combine a little guitar and fiddle.        

Tickets: $11 in advance $12 at the door / Children under 12 are free


Tuesday, JULY 23RD, 2024 - 7:00 PM - Burritt on the Mountain


Tuesday, AUGUST TBA, 2024 - 7:00 PM - Burritt on the Mountain

Featured Performance:

Alabama A&M University Choir


Sunday, SEPTEMBER 22ND, 2024 - 1:30 PM - Burritt on the Mountain

Acoustic Performances by HTMA Members under the Gazebo


Tuesday, OCTOBER 22ND, 2024 - 7:00 PM - Burritt on the Mountain

Featured Performance: TBA


Tuesday, NOVEMBER 28TH, 2023 - 7:00 PM - Burritt on the Mountain

Featured Performance:
The LeCroys with Special Guest Stephan Dudash

For the first time, HTMA presents Rule of Thirds Trio as the featured performer at the Old Country Church at Burritt on May 28th.

Rule of Thirds Trio - Huntsville, AL

Join us in the Old Church at Burritt on the Mountain for our 2nd Annual Acoustic Night of the Blues, showcased “in the round” featuring Microwave Dave, Lukas Johnston & Jimmy Henderson on June 25th.

Microwave Dave - Huntsville, AL

Recent Highlights

The Grasstronauts were the featured performer at the Old Country Church at Burritt on April 23rd.

Andrew's Legend returns to perform at the Old Country Church at Burritt on March 26th.

HTMA President Mike Ball brought his band the Bubbanauts to the coffeehouse concert on February 27th.

Curtis & Loretta returned to Burritt on the Mountain to kick-off the 2024 Burritt Concert Series on January 23rd.

Jazz Stephan Dudash, accompanied by John and Vickie LeCroy, closed out the 2023 Concert Series on November 28th, 2023.

The Old Fashioned Rhythm Method, a unique musical trio made up of Trumpet, Tuba and Tenor Banjo performed at the Burritt Concert Series on October 24th, 2023.

The Alabama A&M University Choir
wperformed A cappella Spirituals at the Burritt Concert Series on August 22nd, 2023.

The Steel City Jug Slammers provided the audience with a one of a kind experience at the Burritt Country Church on July 25th, 2023.

Microwave Dave, along with Lukas Johnson & Josh Taylor performed to a SOLD OUT crowd with a special "IN-THE-Round" performance at the Burritt Concert Series on June 27th, 2023.

The Yellow Dandies brought their unique blend of originals and bluegrass music to the Burritt Concert Series on May 23rd, 2023.

Milltowne performed to a SOLD OUT crowd in the Old Country Church at Burritt on April 25th, 2023.

Andrew's Legend entertained the audience at the Burritt Concert Series on March 28th, 2023.

The Grasstronauts brought their unique bluegrass sound to the Old Country Church on February 28th, 2023 for our 2nd SOLD OUT show in a row.

Shane Adkins kicked off the 2023 HTMA/Burritt Concert Series to a SOLD OUT crowd on January 24th, 2023.

Curtis & Loretta performed at the HTMA/Burritt Concert Series on September 20, 2022.

Milltowne performs at the HTMA/Burritt Concert Series in 2022.

photo courtesy: Jerry LeCroy

Regency Village Retirement Home featuring Jim England, Barney Harding, Al Yancey

Photos from the SEPTEMBER 2018

HTMA GAZEBO Concert

Photos from the AUGUST 2017

COFFEEHOUSE Concert

Karen Newsum, performing original songs, with Chris Kidd and Dan Charles

Photos from APRIL 2017 COFFEEHOUSE:

Opening was Jack Ellis w/ Dan Charles accompanying on fiddle

This program has been made possible by a 2024 Arts & Cultural Grant from Arts Huntsville funded by the City of Huntsville.

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