This concert is a free event and there will be light refreshments available & BYOB; however, we ask that you consider making a donation to Habitat for Humanity in lieu of admission. Our goal is to raise a significant amount of funds for Habitat for Humanity!
About Jeffrey C. Capps:
Born in the Rust Belt, raised in the Bible Belt and now settled in the Corn Belt, Iowa City’s Jeffrey C. Capps spins a brand of timeless folk-rock that owes as much to his many hometowns as his musical heroes, such as Paul Westerberg, Otis Redding and Neil Young. Recorded in Memphis, Tenn., Capps’ solo debut The Muddy and the Blue features 10 acoustic-based tunes about everything from fire to jumbo jets to Patsy Cline, set against the backdrop of a city on the river that always has the blues. Capps lives in Iowa City with his wife and two young daughters, and works as executive director of Cedar Valley Habitat for Humanity in Cedar Rapids.
About Jonny Lipford:
In a career that spans fourteen solo albums and countless collaborations in the studio and live on stage, Jonny Lipford has made his mark as one of the most versatile musicians of ancient wooden flutes in the US. Since the beginning of his musical journey with Native-style flutes in 2002, Lipford has always been an enthusiastic trailblazer. His innate ability to uniquely carve a new path bridging cultures and marrying unexpected genres together has certainly been astonishing.