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PASA House Concert Series

Event Details:

WHENSaturday, September 12, 2020, 7:30 PM
WHEREOnline, using the Zoom web conferencing system.
(Zoom link will be sent to those who RSVP.)
RSVP INFOPlease RSVP by emailing Rob at lincolnsongs@aol.com.


Jon Burrowes

Jon Burrowes taught himself to play guitar and banjo in the early 1960s. In high school, he played in square dance bands around New England. While he was at college in Montreal, he played in rock, blues, and R&B bands there. Back in Boston, while working and raising a family, Jon began writing songs in different genres, and then finding people to play them with. He provided music for and played in variety shows and worked with Nick Thorkelson (Peter Tork's brother) for many years. He plays 6-string and 12-string guitar and piano. This is Jon's debut as a PASA co-headliner!

Aaron Nathans

Aaron Nathans's mission is to write songs about things no one else has written about before. Like a song about male bonding between a guy and his barber. Or the onslaught of the outside world upon a new parent. Surely somebody's written that song, right? Ok, find it.
Aaron, who lives in the Philadelphia area, describes his songs as wild-mind, bittersweet acoustic music. His shows include humorous, meandering stories that will keep you every bit as captivated as the music itself -- beautiful guitar work, catchy melodies, and his sweet baritone voice and eye-popping vocal range.
Aaron's songwriting was honored by the Kerrville Folk Festival, which named him a New Folk Finalist in 2018 and 2011. He was a winner of the South Florida Folk Festival songwriting contest in 2020. His new album with Michael G. Ronstadt, "Shadow of the Cyclone," drops on Oct. 1.

Katherine Rondeau

Katherine Rondeau is a singer-songwriter who held her first concert on the sidewalk of her suburban NJ home. From sidewalks to the Stone Pony to the 2015 Philly Folk Festival, Katherine's performances are highlighted by her rich, soulful voice and echoing 12-string guitar. After a ten-year hiatus to pursue a doctorate degree, Katherine got wise and reclaimed her true passion -- music. Now an active member of the Philly singer-songwriter scene, her hand-crafted songs are inspired by love, heartache, and the simple complexities of everyday life. Katherine's new CD "Butcher's Daughter" was released in August 2015. From the sassy twang of "Boyish Charms" to the promise of unconditional love "Never Not Love You," her original music captures both the soul and spirit.

Website: www.katherinerondeau.com
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.