Troubadour Acoustic Concert Series in Morristown will resume in-person shows in September

TROUBABOUR ACOUSTIC MUSIC SERIES 2021-22

Reggie Harris, left, and Greg Greenway will perform at the Troubadour Acoustic Concert Series in October.

The Troubadour Acoustic Concert Series will return to live, in-person shows in September, at the Morristown Unitarian Unitarian Universalist Fellowship. Most shows will also be streamed online as well, at facebook.com/FolkProject/live.

Those attending in person must show proof of vaccination, and masks will be required. As long as children younger than 12 will not be able to be vaccinated, they will not be allowed to attend.

Here is the schedule, with more shows to be added and, in some cases, opening acts to be announced. For information and updates, visit folkproject.org/troubadour.

Sept 3: Mike Agranoff, The Annie Donahue Trio
Sept. 10: Open Stage
Sept. 17: Jesse Ruben, Bill Buttner
Sept. 24: Matt Nakoa, Dave Kleiner & Liz Pagan
Oct. 1: Mad Agnes (Margo Hennebach, Adrienne Jones and Mark Saunders), Tom Gala
Oct. 8: Open Stage
Oct. 15: Silk City (Danny Weiss, Barry Mitterhoff and Larry Cohen), Russ Rentler
Oct. 22: “Deeper Than the Skin,” featuring Reggie Harris and Greg Greenway
Nov. 5: Bill Staines, The Greystone Singers
Nov. 12: Open Stage
Nov. 19: Christine Lavin, Shanna in a Dress
Dec. 3: Chorus Song Night
Dec. 10: Open Stage
Dec. 17: Morristown UU Fellowship Holiday Benefit Concert
Jan. 21: Robinson & Rohe, Circle Round the Sun
Feb. 4: Folk Project Valentine’s Day Extravaganza
Feb. 11: Open Stage
Feb. 18: Tom Chapin
March 4: Trout Fishing in America, Carla Ulbrich
March 11: Open Stage
March 18: Beppe Gambetta
March 25: Máire Ní Chathasaigh and Chris Newman
April 1: Open Stage
April 22: Joe Jencks
April 29: Low Lily (Lissa Schneckenburger, Flynn Cohen and Liz Simmons)
May 6: Carla Ulbrich
May 13: Open Stage
June 3: “Dead to the Core,” multimedia Grateful Dead tribute featuring Jeffrey Pepper Rodgers

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