Mayor Colleen Mahr and
The Fanwood Arts Council Present
Saturday April 11, 2015 at 7PM
Marc Black with Beaucoup Blue
Marc plays a finger style blues in the traditions of Mississippi Hurt and the great Tim Hardin. A proud road warrior, he was inducted into
the New York Chapter of the Blues Hall of Fame in June of 2014. Marc has performed and recorded with Art Garfunkel, Taj Mahal, Richie Havens,
Rick Danko and Garth Hudson to name a few. He was recently named Folk Artist of the Year on ABC Radio, a winner at the Kerrville Folk Festival
and he was chosen to accompany Pete Seeger at the Folk Music Hall of Fame fundraiser shortly before Pete passed on.
Check out Marc Black’s video: “ooh… i love my coffee”, written for the roastmaster of Ahrre’s Fresh Roasted Coffee!
In the words of folk legend, Happy Traum, “Marc is a master at spreading the joy of music.”
Beaucoup Blue is the Americana Philadelphia based group of David and Adrian Mowry. Father and son have been performing their roots based music
nationally and internationally as a duo, quartet and on occasion quintet. Bridging many gaps in American music, their soulful traditional and
contemporary styles mesh into an innovative and authentic sound. Although blues is a staple in their repertoire, they base their love in music
from Folk, Soul, R and B, Jazz, Country and Bluegrass. All these interests and influences come out in their original song-writing in a unique way.
Beaucoup Blue had previously released two albums: “Out Of The Woodwork” 2003, and “Hearts At Home” 2005. The long awaited third album “Free To Fall”
is produced by Grammy nominated Jim Salamone. A handsome range of instruments like six and twelve string guitars, slide guitar, round neck resonator
guitar, combined with two soulful voices, encompasses a rich and honest feel, noticeably influenced by familial ties. Hear for yourself two generations
coming together for the common good of great music everywhere.
Grand Prize Winner of the Billboard World Song-Writing Contest
#25 on AMA's Americana Top 40
#8 on Roots Music Report's Folk Top 50
Winner of the 2006 Telluride Blues & Brews Acoustic Competition
As usual we will be offering refreshments for sale, during the intermissions. We ussually make some home made cookies, have a variety of chips, and
various other finger foods donated by our volunteers and regular attendees. (Please feel free to bring along something for our intermission food table!)
Snapple has generously donated beverages for our intermission. They have also donated a new tent to cover the food tables, and 2 great new coolers on wheels to keep
the beverages that they are donating cold.
Nicks Deli (formerly South Martine Avenue Deli) will be adding some of their favorite appetizers and pizza samples to our intermission food table. They
are famous for thier New York Style large slices and delicious garlic knots....
Mara's Cafe will be adding their excellent baked treats to our ussual home made cookies etc.... Mara's grinds their own coffee beans, offers authentic
Italian Gelato, and a huge assortment of pastries, cookies, and delicious canolis. They will be featuring live music of thier own on Wednesday nights!
Experience great performances in a historic setting right in your own back yard! Suggested donation is $15, $10 for seniors and students.
This program is made possible in part by a HEART (History, Education, Arts Reaching Thousands) Grant from the Union County Board of Chosen Freeholders.