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Rock Tavern Chapter: Marji Zintz
September 11, 2021 @ 7:30 pm - 10:00 pm
The Rock Tavern Chapter of the Hudson Valley Folk Guild is pleased to be featuring Marji Zintz.
Acoustic guitarist and vocalist and prolific performer Marji Zintz, residing in the Catskill Mountains/Hudson Valley region of New York, is a gifted, soulful interpreter performing a hybrid of contemporary folk, rock, and jazz.
Marji performs extensively as a sought-after soloist and as a member of Becoming Human, performing original songs of observation, realization, and transformation.
“Marji puts an indelibly personal stamp on songs from such diverse writers as Aimee Mann, Mark Knopfler, and George Gershwin, and accompanies her voice with sophisticated and skillful guitar work.” ~The Folk Project
Marji has performed in festivals, clubs, house concerts, open-air markets–from big stages to living rooms.
She has shared the stage with such notable and diverse musicians as Koko Taylor, Vance Gilbert, Tracy Grammer, David Amram, Pete Seeger, sonia (disappear fear), Spook Handy, Tom Paxton, Jonathan Edwards, the Kennedys, and Robbie Robertson.
She’s performed at The Bitter End, Bodles Opera House, the Towne Crier, Colony Café, the UN, the Turning Point, Dogtown Roadhouse, as well as several festivals (Clearwater, Rosendale Street Festival, and countless others in this and other areas).
Open mic performances will be available to all. The Zoom meeting opens at 7 for signin, sound check, and socializing. The open mic begins at 7:30.
If you wish to perform, please add your name and email to the link below. Signing up in advance has the added benefit of selecting your place in the order. https://docs.google.com/
We don’t yet know if this coffeehouse will be in person or remain solely on Zoom. We have made the decision to continue to post on Zoom even if we can meet in person, in deference to those who still would not feel comfortable in public settings. However, if we meet in person we will not have the technology available to support performances from home and only broadcast those that are in person at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation at 9 Vance Road, Rock Tavern, NY.