Matt Nakoa with Dave Kleiner & Liz Pagan

Troubadour Acoustic Concert Series presents Matt Nakoa with Dave Kleiner & Liz Pagan

An Agranoff Imperative!

Matt Nakoa
Photo of Matt Nakoa
Touch and Go

Matt Nakoa is an award-winning songwriter, singer, and multi-instrumentalist. A modern troubadour, he makes his home on the highways and concert stages of America, and appears regularly with folk music icon Tom Rush. The Boston Globe says of Nakoa, “Between his piano chops and heartfelt originals on guitar, he drops jaws.” His stage presence is electrifying, bringing audiences to their feet at concerts and festivals throughout the country. If you’ve not seen him, this will be an unforgettable show.

(Note from Troubadour Chair, Mike Agranoff: This guy is the real deal. In all departments: songwriting, instrumental virtuosity, vocal chops, and stage charisma, Matt scores off the chart! You gotta see this man.)

Dave Kleiner & Liz Pagan
Photo of Dave Kleiner & Liz Pagan
"Horses Sing None Of It" TV show

Dave Kleiner was a founding member of the Folk Project. Together with his wife Liz Pagan, he presents a highly entertaining mix of his own clever and well crafted songs and some obscure gems written by his contemporaries in the folk and pop fields.

He is a very classy guitarist, and Liz adds vocal harmonies, and some measure of sanity to the mix.

Book Event

General Admission $10, General Admission + $0.50 Service Fee

General Admission $10, proof of fully vaccinated status for COVID will be checked at the door. Note: At the present time, children under 12 are not eligible to be vaccinated against COVID. Consequently , we are not admitting children under 12 until that restriction is lifted. After that time, children under 12 will be admitted free when accompanied by a parent or guardian.

Available Tickets: 171
The General Admission ticket is sold out. You can try another ticket or another date.

Date

Sep 24 2021

Time

7:30 pm

Cost

$10.50

Location

Morristown U. U. Fellowship
21 Normandy Heights Rd, Morristown NJ
Website
https://muuf.org/