The Hoboken Historical Museum presents kitchenTablemusic
kitchenTablemusic was a weekly showcase in Hoboken for singer/songwriters Tom Vincent organized in 90’s.
It became a bit of a private party with a revolving guest
list and provided a proving ground for some wonderful writers needing
a place to try out new material and drink without regard.
This Saturday in Hoboken, some of the Usual Suspects are being rounded
up by the Hoboken Historical Museum in their ongoing salute to
Hoboken Tunes...I'm on the list.
Here’s who we’ve got:
John “Buster” Sontag
Saturday, November 10th at 7:30pm
Hoboken Historical Museum
1301 Hudson Street
Hoboken, NJ 07030
Labels: Culture, Hoboken
Opening for Ellis Paul @The Stanhope, 10/25
Get your tix here
At 8pm this Thursday night up in Stanhope, NJ
I'll be the opening act for Ellis Paul, one of my fave singer-songwriters
"with pop, rock, country, jazz, folk-rock over tones, folk themes, social commentary, story songs of people struggling with the day to day issues
of being a human being". Yeah, that about sums it up...Here's a shot from
this summer's Black Potatoe Fest with me chimin' in on his tune 3,000 miles.
The Stanhope has been bringing in some of the finest talent in the country lately, and this night is no exception. Hope you can make it out!