High-energy duo Danika Holmes and Jeb Hart will perform in Coyle this Sunday afternoon. (Danika & The Jeb)

Danika The Jeb to perform in Coyle

COYLE — She’s a songwriter who was almost a doctor. He’s a guitar aficionado who owns and operates his own guitar instruction company.

Together, Danika Holmes and Jeb Hart form Danika & The Jeb.

Coyle will be treated to the Nashville, Tenn., duo as they blend acoustic pop and blues at 3 p.m. Sunday in Coyle at the Laurel B. Johnson Community Center, 923 Hazel Point Road.

Admission is by donation. Complimentary cookies and coffee will be served at intermission.

Holmes initially started as a solo artist, playing songs on Sirius XM’s Coffee House station and 150 radio stations nationwide.

She believes a well-written song can embody all emotions of the human existence, and she articulates that with her slightly raspy yet gentle voice and truthful lyrics, according to a press release.

Hart can tell a story with six strings.

The multi-faceted Hart began playing music at the age of 9, shortly thereafter beginning a 16-year career of guitar instruction and opening his own company, Six Month Guitar. Performing with various bands, ranging in genres from blues to rock, country to big band, Hart found the partner he was looking for in Holmes, according to the release.

Holmes and Hart have opened for such mainstream heavyweights as Lyle Lovett, Dierks Bentley and Phil Vassar.

For more information, show dates and new music, visit Holmes’ website at www.danikaholmes.com/home.

For more about Concerts in the Woods, see www.coyle concerts.com.

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