Open Book Coffeehouse

Contact Info
786 Washington St
The Coffeehouse takes place at the Canton Public Library

Upcoming Shows

October 21
Dana is a Poetic & Powerful Indie Folk/Americana Songwriter from Nashville known for his storytelling & musicanship. As one critic noted, "he sings like an angel & plays like the devil." Enjoy a Living Legend at the Top of his Game!

Previous Shows

June 17
Kerrville New Folk winner John John Brown is bringing giant comics, iconic photographs, and moving panoramas to the stage; weaving together storytelling songs and the visual arts in a live performance. His new show is titled "Songs, Stories &Art".
May 20
Amber Wilds is a progressive folk duo that blends sensitive instrumentals with evocative lyricism. The group draws influence from roots and contemporary genres, crafting songs with modern-day relevance that remind us to find beauty in the wilds.
June 12
Join the Open Book Coffeehouse for a concert on Saturday evening, June 12, 7:30-8:30 p.m. by House of Hamill. The concert is free and will be livestreamed at
March 20
Bluegrass group The Ruta Beggars play a live concert on Sat., March 20 at 7:30 p.m. EST and will be broadcast live from 7:30-8:30 p.m.
January 16
"Great, great voices, wonderful arrangements"- Frank Hennessy, BBC Celtic Heartbeat "A musically diverse take on classic Midwest Americana sung with the soul of the gospel" - Americana UK "Hauntingly beautiful" - Northern Sky Magazine
May 17
If folk, roots, and Americana were on a Venn diagram, Grace Morrison would be squarely in the center. With a career that began as a backup singer for rock icons like Eddie Money and Joey Molland (of
April 19