Grooved Pavement, an acoustic quartet paying homage to the work of Jerry Garcia, will appear at a coffeehouse Saturday evening, January 25, at A Common Ground community arts space, 33 Crosby St., Danbury. The evening will start with a 7:30 p.m. sign-up for an all-ages open mic, with Grooved Pavement beginning their set around 9. Admission is by free will donation with beverages and snacks available for the same consideration. All proceeds benefit Danbury Arts in Action, an organization providing arts mentoring and instruction to at-risk members of the community. 

Those seeking additional information may call Jill Hancock at A Common Ground, 203-791-9850, or email to Grooved Pavement is comprised of Tom Eliason and Ross James on guitar, Dave Lowenadleron on mandolin and Steve “Screaming Cat” Flachsbart on fiddle.

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