Appearances January - February 2022
Appearances Further Out In Time...
Short Bio-Press Release
Newsletter Signup
Video on YouTube
Reviews and Accolades
Festival Workshops
Unitarian Universalist Programs
February Sky - The Long Story, and What About That Name???
Where We've Played
Contact Us...
Phil's Folk Curmudgeon Review
Cooper & Nelson and Cooper, Nelson & Early Recordings

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There is still much uncertainty about how long it will be until in-person concerts and services will be practical again, although some events are taking place with appropriate precautions.  In the meantime, we will continue with online presentations.  It is great to be able to work with other performers with whom distance would make an in-person double bill impractical, and we suspect we will do some of that even when in-person concerts are happening again.  As of this writing, several Unitarian churches with whom we are connected have found it necessary to restrict interactions in their buildings, and for those we will most likely present online.

February Sky lives in the town of Trout Lake in Michigan's Upper Peninsula,  We are full time touring musicians - or we will be once the pandemic is over.  In the meantime, we will be live-streaming a number of events.  Please check out our appearances for details.

"I've had the delight of watching two long time friends and musicians grow a duo. I've listened to Phil Cooper for years as part of a duo/trio/ensemble, with singing partner Margaret Nelson as the constant through all those years. Phil's darlin’ Susan wrote wonderful songs, sang wacky and ribald songs she'd found elsewhere and became an ever more deft musician through those years. Now they're a duo - February Sky - and the combination of Phil's incredible repertoire of very traditional song and tune and Susan's singer-songwriter orientation and addition of her skill with other instruments have been blended into something very different than what either had done before. Same songs, or tunes from previous repertoires... but whole different flavor. Each time I see them, what they do gets tighter, deeper, more distinctive.   'Course it helps that both are thoughtful, generous people who like each other lots.   --Joanne Laessig,  Folknet, Cleveland, OH

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