Here's the lineup:
Al Stewart, who performs Aug. 1, is best known for his hits "Year of the Cat" and "Time Passages." Inspired by Bob Dylan to write original work, Stewart began his career in the 1960s by moving to London, where he shared an apartment with Paul Simon in 1965. In those early years, he played in local coffee shops, taverns and pubs and worked with performers such as Yoko Ono, John Martyn and Jimmy Page. Stewart has recorded 20 albums. Tickets: 30
Leon Redbone, who combines blues, jazz, urban folk and ragtime, performs Aug. 2. During his 30-plus year career, Redbone has released more than 15 albums. In 1975, Redbone released his Warner Brothers debut, "On the Track," and the following year he made his network debut, performing "Walkin' Stick" on "Saturday Night Live." Tickets: $28
Dar Williams, who performs Aug. 5, has been engaging audiences with her pop and folk sounds since the early 1990s, when she rose from the northeast coffeehouse circuit to the national spotlight. Williams has released seven albums, starting with 1993's self-released "The Honesty Room." She has performed with artists such as Joan Baez, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Ani DiFranco and Shawn Colvin. Her most recent CD, "Promised Land," was released last fall. Tickets: $35
The Broadway Boys, a collection of the hottest male voices working the New York stage, perform Aug. 6. The group was formed in June 2005 for a one-night-only concert, but decided to take its show on the road after performing to a packed house. By fusing Broadway music and pop, the group introduces people outside of the theater community to other musical genres. Tickets: $30
Simone, the daughter of musical icon Nina Simone, concludes the series on Aug. 7. Born Lisa Celeste Stroud, Simone built her career as a vocalist and performer through touring with Spanish artist Raphael, appearing in touring musicals such as "Jesus Christ Superstar" and Broadway musicals such as "Rent," "The Lion King" and "Aida." In February, 2008, Simone, who lives in the Stroudsburg area, released her debut CD, "Simone on Simone," a tribute to her mother. At Musikfest, she will be backed by a band featuring Lehigh Valley favorites Craig Thatcher on guitar, Craig Kastelnik on piano and Gary Rissmiller on drums. Tickets: $28
All Candlelight Concerts begin at 7 p.m. Foy Hall is on the campus of Moravian College at Main and Church streets.