Texas Coffeehouse Series: Photos
February's Texas Music Coffee house was an exceptional pleasure with comedian Preacher Mosse, and musician David LaMotte headlining. The evening started off with open mic, which was, as usual, a delight. Then came Preacher Mosse sharing an anti-racial message in a non-politically correct way that proved to be a great success. We all learned to laugh at ourselves, and were allowed a rare glimpse of another person's point of view. and his view on other people's points of view which was at times painfully funny.
The laughs were followed by David LaMotte's "guitar spankin' Folk-tinged pop" style, a title given his music by a reporter in New York he told us. He started by serenading the audience with tunes both from his albums, and a one or two that at he was just 'test driving' as he put it. Even the children in attendance were entertained as he sang a song entitled the S.S. Bathtub in which every line rhymes with the sound 'eese' ... no easy task for a song about the seas.
All in all the night was a great success running until roughly ten o'clock rather than nine or nine-thirty. All in attendance that I spoke to agreed that both Preacher Mosse, and LaMotte were wonderful choices for this month's Coffee House.