ACMA Songwriters on the Plaza Jan. 10

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The Fort Myers Regional Library has joined with the Americana Community Music Association (ACMA), to offer free concerts of all original music by local artists. Concerts will take place in the amphitheater, which is located on South Cornog Plaza, 2450 First St. in the Fort Myers River District.
Originally scheduled to restart in October, the seasonal event was delayed by damages from Hurricane Ian. On Dec. 13, The Reckless Saints took the outdoor stage to restart the popular series.
Next up on the schedule are local songwriters Bill Metts, Ray Cerbone and Ralph Leeseberg. They will perform Tuesday, Jan. 10 starting at 6 p.m.
Bring a chair or a blanket. All shows will be moved to the meeting rooms located next to the amphitheater if needed depending on weather.
The ACMA is a Fort Myers based not for profit promoting local artists who perform original songs. What to expect, you will hear singer-songwriters sharing a lifetime of experiences in song and the inspiration behind the songs. Be prepared to enjoy an evening of professional quality acoustic Americana music. Americana music is a coming together of blues, roots, folk , bluegrass and country.
Here’s the plaza season at a glance:
Jan 10: Bill Metts, Ray Cerbone, Ralph Leeseberg
Feb 14: The Pearl Street Band
March 14: Bob Williams, David Hintz, Robert Bidney
April 11: Karen Cohen, Dan Philgreen, Bruce Gallant
May 9: ACMA member showcase
For more about the ACMA, visit the website at and follow them on Facebook for updates.


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