Blues/Folk/Country, January

nj folk listings january

Richard Thompson performs in Newark, Jan. 17; Princeton, Jan. 18; and Collingswood, Jan. 26.

Jan. 17: Richard Thompson at Victoria Theater at NJPAC, Newark.
Jan. 17: “The Simon & Garfunkel Story” at BergenPAC, Englewood.
Jan. 17: Anne Hills at Princeton Folk Music Society.
Jan. 17: Walter Parks and Rob Curto at Grace Church Van Vorst, Jersey City. Cathedral Arts Live series.
Jan. 17: “Acoustic Carousel” at Langosta Lounge, Asbury Park. Hosted by Peter Scherer. With Dentist, Ryan Gregg, Marc Muller, Paul Whistler, Williams Honor, Ray Andersen, Mark Sunshine, Keith Roth, Cranston Dean, Cara Smith, Rob Tanico, Chris Mardini, Rick Barth, Pete Mancini, Michael Brett, Gregory Schwartz. Part of the Light of Day festival.
Jan. 17: Adam Agee and Jon Sousa, Wee Doggies at Troubadour Acoustic Concert Series at Morristown Unitarian Fellowship.Jan. 17: Billy Hector at Hat City Kitchen, Orange.

Jan. 18: Richard Thompson at McCarter Theatre Center, Princeton.
Jan. 18, 12:30 p.m.: “Asbury Blues” at Wonder Bar, Asbury Park. With Billy Walton Band, JoBonanno & The Godsons of Soul, The Wonderful Winos, Norman Seldin, RB3, JT Bowen, Poppa John Bug, Sharon Lasher, Chuck Lambert, Pam McCoy, Miss Emily, Mary McCrink, James Dalton. Part of the Light of Day festival.
Jan. 18, 7 p.m.: “Full Tilt Boogie and Blues” at Wonder Bar, Asbury Park. With Billy Hector Band, Adam Ezra, Christine Martucci, Peter V Blues Train, Rick Winowski, Gary Wright, Michael Askin, Sandy Mack and Mike Flynn. Part of the Light of Day festival.
Jan. 18: Steve Guyger at Allstar Music Empire, Flemington.
Jan. 18: Chelsea Carlson, Austin MacRae at Flanders United Methodist Church.
Jan. 18: Kristin Rebecca at 1867 Sanctuary Arts and Culture Center, Ewing.
Jan. 18: Peter Mulvey, Izzy Heltai at Hopewell Theater.

Jan. 19: “Remembering Harry Chapin,” with singer-guitarist John McMenamin, Harry Chapin Band members Howard Fields (drums) and John Wallace (bass, vocals), guitarist Robert DeVitis, keyboardist John Gebhart and cellist Genevieve Brogdon., at Paramount Theatre, Asbury Park. Part of the Light of Day festival.
Jan. 19: Eric Andersen with Eric Lee and Cheryl Prashker at Lizzie Rose Music Room, Tuckerton.
Jan. 19: Molly Hatchet at Levoy Theatre, Millville.

Jan. 22: Billy Hector at Marlins Cafe, Point Pleasant.

Jan. 23: “The Simon & Garfunkel Story” at Count Basie Center for the Arts, Red Bank.

Jan. 23 and 30: Billy Hector at Ragin’ Cajun, Belmar.

Jan. 24: “The Simon & Garfunkel Story” at Mayo Performing Arts Center, Morristown.
Jan. 24: The Loose Canons, Jesse Ruben at Troubadour Acoustic Concert Series at Morristown Unitarian Fellowship.
Jan. 24: Michael Patrick at El Charro del Rio, Milford.
Jan. 24: Billy Hector at Tara’s Tavern, North Hanover Township.

Jan. 25: Seldom Scene, Silk City with Mary Olive Smith at Roy’s Hall, Blairstown.
Jan. 25: Steve Forbert & the New Renditions, performing Jackrabbit Slim in its entirety and more at House of Independents, Asbury Park. Light of Day “After-Fest” event.
Jan. 25: Chuck Prophet at Outpost in the Burbs, Montclair.
Jan. 25: Whiskey Crossing, Steven Alexander Band, Brian St. John Band, Brendan Higgins at Stone Pony, Asbury Park.
Jan. 25: Greg Greenway and Reggie Harris at Ethical Brew, Teaneck.
Jan. 25: Frank Bey at Lizzie Rose Music Room, Tuckerton.
Jan. 25: Magnolia Street String Band at 1867 Sanctuary Arts and Culture Center, Ewing.
Jan. 25: Billy Hector at Bernie’s Hillside Inn, Hillside.

Jan. 26: Richard Thompson at Scottish Rite Auditorium, Collingswood.
Jan. 26: Junior Watson at Lizzie Rose Music Room, Tuckerton.
Jan. 26: Billy Hector at Blues in the Loft series at South Orange Performing Arts Center.

Jan. 28-29: Tedeschi Trucks Band at Count Basie Center for the Arts, Red Bank.

Jan. 31: Joe Jencks, Katherine Rondeau at Troubadour Acoustic Concert Series at Morristown Unitarian Fellowship.

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