Crossroads Coffeehouse is planning what it calls “a singer/songwriter co-bill to ward off the winter blues” next weekend.
The arts venue will continue its 24th season by welcoming Stephanie Corby and Brendan Hogan on Saturday, Jan. 12.
Corby is described as a soulful songstress who has successfully fused her classical, jazz and blues backgrounds into a distinct R&B-flavored acoustic sound.
Hogan’s music is described by Crossroads as featuring original roots, modern folk, and blues-based songs, as well as familiar standards in the folk and country genres.
Crossroads Coffeehouse of the North Parish UU Church is located on the second floor at 3 Great Pond Road in North Andover. The show time is 8 p.m.; doors open at 7:30 p.m.
Tickets are $15 and are available at crossroads-coffeehouse.org via PayPal. If not sold out, tickets will be sold at the door on the evening of the concert.
Crossroads is an all age, alcohol-free venue. Home baked desserts, coffee and teas are sold before the show and at intermission. For more information, visit crossroadscoffeehouse.org or call 978-687-3960.