Streaming Tuesdays

Time: Tuesdays 7 PM to 8PM Eastern Time

Our Show: The pandemic forced us to learn how to stream shows directly from the performer's studio. It has proven to be such fun that we are going to keep doing it each Tuesday night.

Attendance is free. 100% of donations go to the Artists.

Featured Performer: Steve Gibb
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“Josefins Dopvals”

Steve Gibb, originally from Inverness in the Scottish Highlands, now resides in Springfield, NJ. After training at the Royal Academy of Music in London as a classical guitarist and composer, he became the Musical Director for “BUDDY – The Buddy Holly Story” in London’s West End. In the US, Steve has played guitar in Broadway hits like “Jersey Boys,” “Beautiful”, “Dear Evan Hansen,” “School of Rock,” and “Shucked.” His compositions have been featured on film and TV networks all over the world. Steve’s acclaimed solo albums include “THE BOATMAN” (2021) and “ISLAND OF WOODS” (2023). His latest album “CIRCLES OF LIGHT” will be released in 2024.

Jerry Krantman
Featured Performer: Jerry Krantman
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“When DId We Have Sauerkraut?”

Jerry Krantman collects wonderful songs. Some you may recognize from the far edges of your memory. Others that you may wonder why you never heard before. He also writes songs. Some of his lyrics have a lot of fun with the English language. His highly developed sense of false modesty prevents him from saying more.

Featured Performer: Scott E. Moore
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“I Don’t Like To Dance”

Scott E. Moore is an Americana Soul singer-songwriter, guitarist, and producer from New Jersey. He has released 5 records, toured the US, playing stages large and small, as a solo act or sideman, from intimate rooms to the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival. His Writer’s Hang songwriter series ran for10 years in Hoboken, NJ, and was featured in a Sundance Channel documentary called “Keeping Time: New Music from America’s Roots,” along with Nickel Creek, Gillian Welch & David Rawlings. He can be heard on TV shows and many independent records, and has performed ‘ambient soul’ at live yoga events at prestigious venues.

Featured Performer: Carol Crittenden
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“I Won’t Break”

Carol Crittenden has been known to “light up the stage” with her sweet soaring vocals and thoughtful, melodic tunes. She weaves her personal perspective into her work, whether in her emotionally intimate or acclaimed social-justice-minded songs, including her notable song, “RISE.” She has recorded and toured as lead singer of Four Celtic Voices, with a #1 CD on the Billboard World Music Chart and was recently honored to perform her original tunes at WFUV DJ John Platt’s “On Your Radar” at Rockwood Music Hall in NYC.

Featured Performer: Sam Edelston
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“Five Foot Two”

Sam Edelston is a leader in the mountain dulcimer scene, playing folk tunes, Tin Pan Alley, classic rock, originals, humor, and more. Joellen Lapidus (who introduced Joni Mitchell to the instrument) wrote, “With his complex layered arrangements of so many genres of music for the dulcimer, Sam has added a huge chapter to the development of the mountain dulcimer as a versatile and ever growing musical American folk instrument.” Based in Connecticut, Sam performs at dulcimer festivals around the country, folk clubs, and rock venues. He will be celebrating the release of his first album, “Making Waves,” which features the dulcimer in contemporary music.

Featured Performer: Kala Farnham
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“David”

Armed with a voice and an entourage of instruments, songstress Kala Farnham set out into the world with one vision: To inspire through the transformative power of musical storytelling. Farnham has garnered numerous accolades, including serving as the current Connecticut State Troubadour, 2024 Great American Song Contest Finalist, 2020 Falcon Ridge Festival Emerging Artist, and 2019 Rose Garden Performing Songwriter Contest winner. Drawing from a classical education and professional career in musical theater, Kala presents a hallmark reinvention of the folk tradition: her passion for fairytales, historical fiction, and narrative medicine draws listeners into imaginative portraits of the familiar world.

Featured Performer: Steve Gibb
 
“Josefins Dopvals”

Steve Gibb, originally from Inverness in the Scottish Highlands, now resides in Springfield, NJ. After training at the Royal Academy of Music in London as a classical guitarist and composer, he became the Musical Director for “BUDDY – The Buddy Holly Story” in London’s West End. In the US, Steve has played guitar in Broadway hits like “Jersey Boys,” “Beautiful”, “Dear Evan Hansen,” “School of Rock,” and “Shucked.” His compositions have been featured on film and TV networks all over the world. Steve’s acclaimed solo albums include “THE BOATMAN” (2021) and “ISLAND OF WOODS” (2023). His latest album “CIRCLES OF LIGHT” will be released in 2024.

Jerry Krantman
Featured Performer: Jerry Krantman
 
“When DId We Have Sauerkraut?”

Jerry Krantman collects wonderful songs. Some you may recognize from the far edges of your memory. Others that you may wonder why you never heard before. He also writes songs. Some of his lyrics have a lot of fun with the English language. His highly developed sense of false modesty prevents him from saying more.

Featured Performer: Scott E. Moore
 
“I Don’t Like To Dance”

Scott E. Moore is an Americana Soul singer-songwriter, guitarist, and producer from New Jersey. He has released 5 records, toured the US, playing stages large and small, as a solo act or sideman, from intimate rooms to the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival. His Writer’s Hang songwriter series ran for10 years in Hoboken, NJ, and was featured in a Sundance Channel documentary called “Keeping Time: New Music from America’s Roots,” along with Nickel Creek, Gillian Welch & David Rawlings. He can be heard on TV shows and many independent records, and has performed ‘ambient soul’ at live yoga events at prestigious venues.

Featured Performer: Carol Crittenden
 
“I Won’t Break”

Carol Crittenden has been known to “light up the stage” with her sweet soaring vocals and thoughtful, melodic tunes. She weaves her personal perspective into her work, whether in her emotionally intimate or acclaimed social-justice-minded songs, including her notable song, “RISE.” She has recorded and toured as lead singer of Four Celtic Voices, with a #1 CD on the Billboard World Music Chart and was recently honored to perform her original tunes at WFUV DJ John Platt’s “On Your Radar” at Rockwood Music Hall in NYC.

Featured Performer: Sam Edelston
 
“Five Foot Two”

Sam Edelston is a leader in the mountain dulcimer scene, playing folk tunes, Tin Pan Alley, classic rock, originals, humor, and more. Joellen Lapidus (who introduced Joni Mitchell to the instrument) wrote, “With his complex layered arrangements of so many genres of music for the dulcimer, Sam has added a huge chapter to the development of the mountain dulcimer as a versatile and ever growing musical American folk instrument.” Based in Connecticut, Sam performs at dulcimer festivals around the country, folk clubs, and rock venues. He will be celebrating the release of his first album, “Making Waves,” which features the dulcimer in contemporary music.

Featured Performer: Kala Farnham
 
“David”

Armed with a voice and an entourage of instruments, songstress Kala Farnham set out into the world with one vision: To inspire through the transformative power of musical storytelling. Farnham has garnered numerous accolades, including serving as the current Connecticut State Troubadour, 2024 Great American Song Contest Finalist, 2020 Falcon Ridge Festival Emerging Artist, and 2019 Rose Garden Performing Songwriter Contest winner. Drawing from a classical education and professional career in musical theater, Kala presents a hallmark reinvention of the folk tradition: her passion for fairytales, historical fiction, and narrative medicine draws listeners into imaginative portraits of the familiar world.

Featured Performer: Steve Gibb
“Josefins Dopvals”

Steve Gibb, originally from Inverness in the Scottish Highlands, now resides in Springfield, NJ. After training at the Royal Academy of Music in London as a classical guitarist and composer, he became the Musical Director for “BUDDY – The Buddy Holly Story” in London’s West End. In the US, Steve has played guitar in Broadway hits like “Jersey Boys,” “Beautiful”, “Dear Evan Hansen,” “School of Rock,” and “Shucked.” His compositions have been featured on film and TV networks all over the world. Steve’s acclaimed solo albums include “THE BOATMAN” (2021) and “ISLAND OF WOODS” (2023). His latest album “CIRCLES OF LIGHT” will be released in 2024.

Jerry Krantman
Featured Performer: Jerry Krantman
“When DId We Have Sauerkraut?”

Jerry Krantman collects wonderful songs. Some you may recognize from the far edges of your memory. Others that you may wonder why you never heard before. He also writes songs. Some of his lyrics have a lot of fun with the English language. His highly developed sense of false modesty prevents him from saying more.

Featured Performer: Scott E. Moore
“I Don’t Like To Dance”

Scott E. Moore is an Americana Soul singer-songwriter, guitarist, and producer from New Jersey. He has released 5 records, toured the US, playing stages large and small, as a solo act or sideman, from intimate rooms to the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival. His Writer’s Hang songwriter series ran for10 years in Hoboken, NJ, and was featured in a Sundance Channel documentary called “Keeping Time: New Music from America’s Roots,” along with Nickel Creek, Gillian Welch & David Rawlings. He can be heard on TV shows and many independent records, and has performed ‘ambient soul’ at live yoga events at prestigious venues.

Featured Performer: Carol Crittenden
“I Won’t Break”

Carol Crittenden has been known to “light up the stage” with her sweet soaring vocals and thoughtful, melodic tunes. She weaves her personal perspective into her work, whether in her emotionally intimate or acclaimed social-justice-minded songs, including her notable song, “RISE.” She has recorded and toured as lead singer of Four Celtic Voices, with a #1 CD on the Billboard World Music Chart and was recently honored to perform her original tunes at WFUV DJ John Platt’s “On Your Radar” at Rockwood Music Hall in NYC.

Featured Performer: Sam Edelston
“Five Foot Two”

Sam Edelston is a leader in the mountain dulcimer scene, playing folk tunes, Tin Pan Alley, classic rock, originals, humor, and more. Joellen Lapidus (who introduced Joni Mitchell to the instrument) wrote, “With his complex layered arrangements of so many genres of music for the dulcimer, Sam has added a huge chapter to the development of the mountain dulcimer as a versatile and ever growing musical American folk instrument.” Based in Connecticut, Sam performs at dulcimer festivals around the country, folk clubs, and rock venues. He will be celebrating the release of his first album, “Making Waves,” which features the dulcimer in contemporary music.

Featured Performer: Kala Farnham
“David”

Armed with a voice and an entourage of instruments, songstress Kala Farnham set out into the world with one vision: To inspire through the transformative power of musical storytelling. Farnham has garnered numerous accolades, including serving as the current Connecticut State Troubadour, 2024 Great American Song Contest Finalist, 2020 Falcon Ridge Festival Emerging Artist, and 2019 Rose Garden Performing Songwriter Contest winner. Drawing from a classical education and professional career in musical theater, Kala presents a hallmark reinvention of the folk tradition: her passion for fairytales, historical fiction, and narrative medicine draws listeners into imaginative portraits of the familiar world.

Featured Performer: Steve Gibb
“Josefins Dopvals”

Steve Gibb, originally from Inverness in the Scottish Highlands, now resides in Springfield, NJ. After training at the Royal Academy of Music in London as a classical guitarist and composer, he became the Musical Director for “BUDDY – The Buddy Holly Story” in London’s West End. In the US, Steve has played guitar in Broadway hits like “Jersey Boys,” “Beautiful”, “Dear Evan Hansen,” “School of Rock,” and “Shucked.” His compositions have been featured on film and TV networks all over the world. Steve’s acclaimed solo albums include “THE BOATMAN” (2021) and “ISLAND OF WOODS” (2023). His latest album “CIRCLES OF LIGHT” will be released in 2024.

Jerry Krantman
Featured Performer: Jerry Krantman
“When DId We Have Sauerkraut?”

Jerry Krantman collects wonderful songs. Some you may recognize from the far edges of your memory. Others that you may wonder why you never heard before. He also writes songs. Some of his lyrics have a lot of fun with the English language. His highly developed sense of false modesty prevents him from saying more.

Featured Performer: Scott E. Moore
“I Don’t Like To Dance”

Scott E. Moore is an Americana Soul singer-songwriter, guitarist, and producer from New Jersey. He has released 5 records, toured the US, playing stages large and small, as a solo act or sideman, from intimate rooms to the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival. His Writer’s Hang songwriter series ran for10 years in Hoboken, NJ, and was featured in a Sundance Channel documentary called “Keeping Time: New Music from America’s Roots,” along with Nickel Creek, Gillian Welch & David Rawlings. He can be heard on TV shows and many independent records, and has performed ‘ambient soul’ at live yoga events at prestigious venues.

Featured Performer: Carol Crittenden
“I Won’t Break”

Carol Crittenden has been known to “light up the stage” with her sweet soaring vocals and thoughtful, melodic tunes. She weaves her personal perspective into her work, whether in her emotionally intimate or acclaimed social-justice-minded songs, including her notable song, “RISE.” She has recorded and toured as lead singer of Four Celtic Voices, with a #1 CD on the Billboard World Music Chart and was recently honored to perform her original tunes at WFUV DJ John Platt’s “On Your Radar” at Rockwood Music Hall in NYC.

Featured Performer: Sam Edelston
“Five Foot Two”

Sam Edelston is a leader in the mountain dulcimer scene, playing folk tunes, Tin Pan Alley, classic rock, originals, humor, and more. Joellen Lapidus (who introduced Joni Mitchell to the instrument) wrote, “With his complex layered arrangements of so many genres of music for the dulcimer, Sam has added a huge chapter to the development of the mountain dulcimer as a versatile and ever growing musical American folk instrument.” Based in Connecticut, Sam performs at dulcimer festivals around the country, folk clubs, and rock venues. He will be celebrating the release of his first album, “Making Waves,” which features the dulcimer in contemporary music.

Featured Performer: Kala Farnham
“David”

Armed with a voice and an entourage of instruments, songstress Kala Farnham set out into the world with one vision: To inspire through the transformative power of musical storytelling. Farnham has garnered numerous accolades, including serving as the current Connecticut State Troubadour, 2024 Great American Song Contest Finalist, 2020 Falcon Ridge Festival Emerging Artist, and 2019 Rose Garden Performing Songwriter Contest winner. Drawing from a classical education and professional career in musical theater, Kala presents a hallmark reinvention of the folk tradition: her passion for fairytales, historical fiction, and narrative medicine draws listeners into imaginative portraits of the familiar world.