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PASA House Concert Series

Next scheduled House Concert:

Event Details:

WHENSaturday, May 20, 2017, 7:30 PM
WHEREAt the home of Tony DeSantis, Collingswood, NJ
RSVP INFOPlease RSVP by emailing Tony at tonydesantis@verizon.net.
Note: Please RSVP even if you don't need directions, so we know how many are coming. Thanks!

Please bring a folding chair and a snack or beverage to share. Please do NOT bring any alcohol; all PASA events are alcohol-free.

Performers:

Art Cohen

Art Cohen has been a fixture in the Philadelphia music scene for over 25 years as both a performer and audio engineer. He has performed at concert venues such as The Kyber, The CIMA Gatherings, Penn's Landing, The Gate, Toronto's Ambient Ping, Harrisburg's Whittaker Center, and Pittsburgh's Buhl Planetarium; and in live on-air concerts on WXPN, WPRB, WDIY, and WKDU. Best known as one half of the ambient space music duo Ministry of Inside Things (the other half being Chuck Van Zyl of Stars End), he will be performing a rare acoustic set of his original songs which can range from folk to psychedelic to punk.

Website: www.voicenet.com/~artcohen/index.html

Bob Mecklenburger

Bob Mecklenburger has been performing with his acoustic 6- and 12-string guitars for more 40 years, singing his original songs and folk songs. His clear voice, earnest presence, and fresh song-styling are reminiscent of John Denver. His music speaks of homespun values, the beauty of nature, and the importance of being true to oneself. Accomplished at flatpicking and fingerpicking guitar styles, he highlights both on his CD, "Do It!". Bob is an active member and past president of the Princeton Folk Music Society.

Website: www.bobmecklenburger.com

Charles Nolan

Charles Nolan writes songs, writes poems that are more like convoluted stories, and performs both in a dramatic and engaging way that leaves audiences feeling challenged, amused, tickled, occasionally confused, but never bored. He was part of the coffeehouse scene in Greenwich Village in the late 60's, has written over two thousand songs, and is busy working on the next thousand. He is unashamedly urban, occasionally boisterous, usually irreverent and not afraid to quote Shakespeare and the town drunk in the same breath.
You: The fourth performer can be YOU! The first eight (or so) performers to sign up at the show will sing one original song as part of the concert. This is an extra special OPEN STAGE SHOWCASE OPPORTUNITY, so bring along any instruments you'll want to play. Doors open at 7. The first people to arrive get to sign up first. The open stage slots often fill up, so come early to get a slot.