ACMA presents Tim McGeary July 20, Bear & Robert Aug. 3

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The Americana Community Music Association keeps the live music going in the with intimate concerts at their listening room in Fort Myers.
The upcoming schedule at the ACMA listening room includes Tim McGeary on July 20, Bear and Robert on Aug. 3, a Bob Dylan tribute show on Aug. 17 and Chelsea Saddler on Sept. 14.
Tim McGeary hails from Naples where he has lived for the past 20 plus years. Tim has been writing songs and performing since the ‘80s and was with the band The Rescue on AM records and toured with Billy Idol, Roxy Music, Depeche Mode, The Cure and many more. Tim’s songs have been on (Smallville, One Tree Hill,Glory Days) and movies like, Girl Got Moe (HBO), He has opened for The Black Crows, David Ball, Sherrie Austin, Confederate Railroad, Wet Willie, Rush Low and many more.
Tim’s music is transformational. He knows how to weave songs that will make you think; capture your emotions; and make you wanna sing-a-long. His dedication to his muse has never faltered, and now, even after a couple of decades of plying his craft, that passion is as intense as ever.
ACMA member J.D. Lashley will open the show on July 20.

Bear and Robert (photo by Cassie Evans)


The ACMA welcomes Bear and Robert on Aug. 3. A folk-blues-Americana duo, Bear and Robert are Cindy Bear and Franc Robert (row-bear), an award winning singer-songwriter duo from Jacksonville.
Together their acoustic sound has been described as a deep well of folk, blues and Americana with high energy. This duo placed #6 in the top 10 in the 2024 Will McLean Best New Florida Song Contest! Cindy and Franc’s catchy melodies, toe tapping rhythms, and soulful lyrics will touch your heart in many different ways, and will always leave you wanting more.
ACMA member Andy Getch will open the show on Aug. 3.
Doors open at 6:30 pm. for most listening room shows. The ACMA listening room is located at All Faiths Unitarian Congregation, 2756 McGregor Blvd., Fort Myers. For more details and schedules, visit www.americanacma.org or follow them on Facebook.
Additionally, the ACMA and Shell Point Retirement Community present Doug MacLeod on July 23 and Passerine on Aug. 22 at the Tribby Arts Center. Tickets for those shows are available online at www.tribbyartscenter.com or by calling 239-415-5667.

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