Guitarist Jess Cook, Harpist Betina Morgan to Perform December 20 at the Classic Wineseller

Arts & Entertainment
The Classic Wineseller
20 Church Street, Waynesville, NC
Kay S. Miller
Dec 21, 2013
7:00 PM
Courtesy of: Jess Cook Jess Cook (guitar, vocals) performs a mix of traditional, folk, and Christmas music with harpist Betina Morgan on December 20th at the Classic Wineseller.

Jess Cook (guitar) and Betina Morgan (harp, vocals) will play a mix of tunes including Christmas and holiday classics at 7 p.m. Dec. 20 at the Classic Wineseller, 20 Church Street.


The Classic Wineseller’s restaurant opens Friday and Saturday evenings at 5:30pm serving freshly prepared small plate fare. There is a $10 per person minimum on live music nights which includes food, drink, and retail purchases. Reservations are accepted between 6 and 7 p.m. by calling 452-6000.


Jess Cook and Betina Morgan are a musical duo of folk harp and guitar that brings a wonderful mix of traditional, folk, and celtic songs to their performances. Jess Cook has a unique style of expressing his wit and wisdom in a humorous and entertaining way. Betina Morgan has a passion for life that is apparent in her music and the sensitive expression of her gift. She has been compared to Loreena McKennitt in her style and Allison Krauss in her voice. Morgan and Cook bring a rich sound and lots of enjoyment to their listening audience.


The remaining December schedule includes:

Saturday, December 21 - Joe Cruz piano, vocals: pop, Beatles, and Elton John

Friday, December 27 - Jay Brown guitar, harmonica, vocals: folk, blues, Americana Roots

Saturday, December 28 - Joe Cruz piano, vocals: pop, Beatles, and Elton John

Tuesday, December 31 - New Year’s Eve Party includes dinner with LIVE Music by Sheila Gordon and the Downtowners: pop and jazz standards, $49.99 per person.


The Classic Wineseller, Waynesville’s premier retail wine and craft beer shop, small plate restaurant, and intimate live music venue presents local, regional, or national talent each Friday and Saturday night at 7pm in the underground environs at 20 Church Street, Waynesville.