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PASA House Concert Series

Event Details:

WHENSaturday, May 12, 2018, 7:30 PM
WHEREAt the home of Janet Sclaroff, Cherry Hill, NJ
RSVP INFOPlease RSVP by emailing Rob at lincolnsongs@aol.com.
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.


Mary Archer

Mary Archer is a newcomer to PASA and is delighted to be a part of such a wonderful organization. She started writing songs on the piano and guitar at an early age. Her songs cover a wide variety of styles ranging from Jazzy Blues to Celtic Rock.

David Kleiner

David Kleiner is an award winning performer and songwriter. His "Stand Up for Freedom" (co-written with Mick Choder) won the Philadelphia Songwritersí Projectís Vote Festival award for best song. In 2009, David garnered the top prize in the Emerging Performer competition at West Virginiaís clothing-optional Avalon Folk Festival. He will always remember the standing ovation he received there for his song "That's Why I Fight." David has opened for Randall Williams, Hot Soup, We're About Nine, and Dave Matthews and headlined many Philadelphia area venues including the Mermaid Inn, the Barrington Coffeehouse, and World Cafť Live Upstairs . You may also have heard him performing live on WXPNs Helen Leicht and Gene Shay Shows. The magazine Xroads gave five stars to Davidís latest studio release, The News Thatís Fit to Sing, calling it one of the best CDs of the last five years. Reviewing This Human Heart, Davidís 2006 release, Sing Out -- the venerable magazine of folk music -- raved, "Itís all about intensity and passion."

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Nathan Surles

Nathan Surles comes from Wilmington, Delaware. His guitar style blends a unique classical and folk derived fingerpicking with some percussive strumming. Vocally, he blends dark soft tones to match the guitar. The songs he writes are stories of contemplation, mantras, and invocations. Before moving to the Philadelphia region he spent time in the singer/songwriter circles of Kentucky and the college scenes of Virginia.
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.