Jammin Java, the Main Street cafe that is also a late-night haunt for singer/songwriters and acoustic music fans is shutting its doors — after 3 p.m.
Nate Good, the cafe’s owner, told me Tuesday afternoon that Jammin’ Java was going to summer hours, which will be from 7 a.m.-3 p.m. Monday through Friday.
“We’re not going to be open at night,” Good said.
This means that upcoming shows such as Jason Marcum and The Shelton Quiller Trio have been canceled, along with every other scheduled show April 16-July 13.
Saturday’s autism awareness event featuring Dylan Sneed, Nathan Poole and Eric Kilgore is the last scheduled show at Jammin’ Java.
Good said shows might resume in the fall.