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Two Way Street Coffee House–Laura Joy
January 8 @ 8:00 PM - 9:00 PM CST
Two Way Street Coffee House is going live! Tune in to the virtual Friday Night Concert Series every Friday night at 8pm CST for our special livestream virtual concert!
On Friday, January 8th, Two Way Street Coffee House Friday Night Concert Series presents Laura Joy.
Laura Joy is a nationally touring artist impressing audiences with her warmth, ability to connect emotionally and songs that touch the soul. She has developed a unique playing and singing style that defies comparison. She has written songs that have won wide acclaim including first place at the Great River Folk Festival, best original song from NPR’s Chicagoland affiliate and repeat accolades at the Place Acorn Theater Songwriting Contest.
Laura Joy employs the right mix of her own compositions with carefully selected interpretations of other writer’s songs that keep the Joy vibe intact.
She has opened for and shared stages with many nationally known touring artists including Restless Heart, Greg Brown, Robbie Fulks, Miles Nielsen and The Rusted Hearts.
Laura Joy’s music just makes people feel good. When people feel good, all kinds of good things tend to happen. When your patrons are feeling good, they buy more food, beverage and tickets. Laura’s music is a magnet that draws people in and holds them.
You may access the livestream on www.twowaystreet.org or on our Facebook page or YouTube channel.
Please donate! There is no admission charge for the event, but please tip the artist. Use the button on the Two Way Street website www.twowaystreet.org to leave a donation for Laura Joy. Please help support musicians and keep their songs flowing during these difficult times.