Courtney & Chris
Courtney and Chris are a musical duo from the northwest suburbs of Chicago featuring Courtney Sullivan on vocals and rhythm guitar and Chris Kalkbrenner playing lead guitar. They perform pop hits from the 60s all the way through current day.
Find out more about Courtney & Chris here:
- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CourtneyAndChrisDuo/
- YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCoKn4YCVMzH54Pt0_joqgCQ
Lia Nicine McCoo
Lia Nicine McCoo performs regularly at Off Square Music events including Virtual Open Mics, Stage Left Open Mics, Concerts, and Music at the Market. She has also performed at many Woodstock Folk Festival events. For many years, she has led attendees of the Martin Luther King Jr. Interfaith Prayer Breakfast in song.
Among her music career experiences are:
- Music Teacher: Voice, Flute at Pearl Street Music
- Former Music Director at Fox Valley Christian Reformed Church
- Former Children’s Music Director at First Unitarian Church of Chicago
- Former Associate director at Chicago Children’s Choir
- Studied Theatre/Music at Columbia College Chicago
McCoo & Moriyah, sometimes Moriyah & McCoo, Lia Nicine McCoo and Keryn Moriyah, have been a musical duet since 1984. Both Lia and Keryn are trained musicians, performers, songwriters, Period/Era history music performers specializing in World Beat musical genres, arrangers, worship ministers and producers of original music and music videos.
Keryn Moriyah is creator and head producer of her studio, “MorPROStudio”, i.e., Moriyah Productions Studio. For CD sales information and for “LIVE” or virtual performance inquiries, please contact Keryn Moriyah at MPS. Email: MorPROStudio@gmx.com Phone number: 1-(815)-575-8146
What people say about Lia Nicine McCoo
“Lia is one of the few people I know who can captivate a room with her voice.” ~ Keith Johnson, Off Square Music
“Lia has the kind of voice and presence that makes rooms and hearts vibrate.” ~ Leslie Cook
“To meet Lia is to meet Presence, wrapped in bright fabric – sometimes flamboyant, never dull! She is an accomplished singer/musician with a voice, sometimes rolling and deep, sometimes light and soaring… as wide as a river and powerful enough to lift a roomful of human spirit. She has the innate sense to recognize the wonder in a child’s eyes and the ability to spin a tale right on the spot.” ~ Roger Rochester
Find out more about Lia Nicine McCoo and Keryn Moriyah here:
- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lia.mccoo
- Apple Music: https://music.apple.com/us/artist/keryn-moriyah-lia-nicine-mccoo/337752297
- Amazon Music: https://music.amazon.com/artists/B0034SIZFM/keryn-moriyah-lia-nicine-mccoo
- Shazam: https://www.shazam.com/artist/keryn-moriyah-lia-nicine-mccoo/337752297
- Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/0SZtKPAkEnrLsfzhWJqlHw
Sundays on the Square – celebrate music & summer outdoors
Sundays on the Square in 2022 run every Sunday, June 26 – Sept 4, except for July 17 (the Woodstock Folk Festival is always scheduled the third Sunday in July).
Enjoy some great bands from 5:00 – 7:00 pm (noon – 7:00 pm on the opening Sunday, June 26). We gather on the historic Woodstock Square, Cass & Van Buren Streets, Woodstock IL 60098. Shows vary, some with one and some with two acts, featuring local, regional, and national talent.
Restaurants on the Square are usually open on these evenings with carry-out items, but please confirm with specific places. Of course you can bring your own food items and picnic on the Square. Also, be sure to bring chairs!
Sunday evenings on the Square are always a memorable part of summer in the Woodstock area. Watch this website for updates and specifics on the bands. Better yet, subscribe to our email list if you aren’t already on it!
Upcoming July performances
- July 17 – Woodstock Folk Festival
- July 24 – Jonas Friddle Trio
- July 31 – Arranmore
Donations cheerfully accepted here (left column)
These FREE summer concerts are brought to you by Off Square Music, the Woodstock Opera House, grants with support from the Illinois Arts Council, Arts & Culture for Woodstock and Hotel/Motel Use Fund — as well as your generous donations. It truly takes a village (and a state, and a few cities, a couple of guys with wagons and an ice cream vendor).
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