Rescheduled – Sat., Jan. 21, 2pm

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Rescheduled: A Celtic Concert!

Change of Performer: “Jazzin’ the Blues” – with Professional Musician and Educator Paul Speidel was originally scheduled for this time.

Join Jeff Snow for a our rescheduled concert, highlighting of the softer side of Celtic music. Celtic Culture is woven deeply throughout the fabric of America and especially so in the Northeast. There will be singing, laughing, clapping and perhaps a bit of foot stomping. The concert will be interactive; questions and input from the audience are encouraged and become part of the event.

Jeff Snow is a talented multi-instrumentalist who shares the music, and the stories behind the music, of Scotland, Ireland and England. Growing up in a home where old Scottish folk songs were the everyday sounds, Jeff developed an early love for Celtic music. Much of the history of these lands was preserved in song.

Jeff’s music has been described as “quiet and relaxing.” Much of it is, but every once in a while he breaks out and the foot stomping begins. Each concert is a bit different and adapted to the response and interest of the audience. In concert, Jeff plays the guitar, autoharp and bouzouki. He can also find his way around a drum set and most of the percussion family. Jeff is a private guitar teacher and the author of the teaching method Guitar Basics and Beyond. He was featured in the December 2006 issue of Acoustic Guitar Magazine and is a contributing writer for Acoustic Guitar and Autoharp Quarterly Magazines. Visit www.jeffsnow.net for more information.

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