When

Friday, December 21, 2018from 7:00 PM to 10:30 PM EST

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Available at the door. Suggested donation $15.00

Where

Morristown Unitarian Fellowship
21 Normandy Heights Road
Morristown, NJ


 
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The Folk Project
concerts@folkproject.org
908-591-6491

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The 2018 Folk Project Holiday Benefit Concert 


Logo for the Folk Project benefit concert for MUF

will be held on Friday, December 21st at the Morristown Unitarian Fellowship. The beneficiary will be the Morristown Unitarian Fellowship. The festivities start at 7:00PM with participatory caroling. The Concert starts at 7:30PM. A minimum suggested Donation of $15 at the door is requested. (children 12 and under free with a paid adult)

The evening will be filled with fun, songs and good cheer. Hosted by the charming antics of Bob McNally, all will be delighted. The performers each contribute their own style to songs of the season, from the very serious to the seriously silly. The evening will delight and entertain all.

 

Providing festive cheer for us will be:

Katherine Rondeau a passionate and full of conviction lady, with a big voice and an even bigger spirit She is a singer-songwriter with an unforgettable style. Katherine's roots-inspired sound is an organic blend drawing inspiration from folk, blues, and mountain music.  

 

Dave Sherman a 30 year member of the Folk Project and is known for performing with - The Loving Hearts Club Boogie Band, Yankee Caravan, Sherman & Siehl as well as The Bob Andrews Trio. He looks forward to this years holiday winter show bringing some sounds of the season and perhaps collaborations with that night's performers.


 

Pamela Zave joined the Folk Project as soon as she moved to New Jersey, 37 years ago.  Over that time she has faded in and out of view, but always comes back to the music.  


Randie O’Neil a singer/songwriter with a unique and soulful style of coffee shop alternative pop music.  Meaningful lyrics bring a strong energy to her music.  This energy combine her street smarts, experience and educational background.  Randie will be releasing her 2nd studio project, “I’m not that girl” which has already been featured on the Mr. Phil. Show. 


 

Ken Chin has been a Folk Project member for three years and loves to write his own songs as well as cover some of his favorite artists. He is working toward his aspiration to be a folk music performer by performing regularly at the Minstrel's Open Mic.


 

Mark Dutton aka Marco D (on YouTube).  Whatever sanity I've retained I owe to music.  I've played weekly on the Morristown Green (in warm weather) for 7 years, and led the Morristown Uke Jam for 5 years.  At this point we have over 500 ukulele tutorials on YouTube, and there's no end in sight.


Keep the sleigh bells ringing and jingle bells jingling!

  Hope to see you on the 21 of December, 

 Pam Robinson