Singer-songwriter aficionados of Columbus ought not to sleep on Saturday's rare performance by British folkie Michael Chapman. The 70-year-old Yorkshire native yanks solo acoustic performance back from the coffeehouse, imbuing his instrument with bluesy swagger and open-ended whimsy. Sometimes he delivers weathered narration; other times he lets his plucks and strums tell the story.

Singer-songwriter aficionados of Columbus ought not to sleep on Saturday's rare performance by British folkie Michael Chapman. The 70-year-old Yorkshire native yanks solo acoustic performance back from the coffeehouse, imbuing his instrument with bluesy swagger and open-ended whimsy. Sometimes he delivers weathered narration; other times he lets his plucks and strums tell the story.

Nashville-based Lambchop associate William Tyler, another acoustic ingenue worth lending your ear, will open the show at 8 p.m. sharp.