October 17, 2020: Joe Jencks, 7:30 p.m. Live-streamed and on YouTube

Linden Tree Coffeehouse’s Thirty-Six season of acoustic music concerts, featuring national and international performers, will continue Making Memorable Music on Saturday, October 17th with Joe Jencks.  Shows will be different this year due to Covid-19.  All shows will be broadcasting LIVE STREAMED. Audience will listen from the safety of their homes, up close and personal and  NOT in the UU Church social hall.

To watch Joe Jencks on 10/17/20 at 7:30pm, check his webpage:  log onto: www.JoeJencks.com or directly to https://youtu.be/HcBcFI00DXs

A Linden Tree favorite, Joe Jencks, is an international touring musician, award-winning songwriter, of musical beauty, social consciousness and spiritual exploration. A 20-year veteran of the international Folk circuit, Jencks has released 15 CDs in that time. Merging conservatory training with his Irish roots and working-class upbringing, Joe delivers musical narratives filled with heart, soul, groove and grit. Blending well-crafted instrumentals and vivid songwriting, Jencks serves it all up with a lyrical baritone voice that has the edgy richness of a good sea-salt caramel. Joe’s a talented performer whose repertoire moves between the world of contemporary and traditional folk, combining them into a mix of memorable music.

“Joe Jencks is the type of musician that will cause you to drop that morning newspaper or pull your car to the side of the road when you hear his songs. He is the type of artist that will turn heads in his direction when he walks onto a stage. His voice will instantly draw you into his passionate songs. He is the type of musician whose music will become part of you. His craft and artistry will remind you of the best efforts of Phil Ochs, Stan Rogers, and Woody Guthrie. The troubadour tradition is alive and well in the 21st century with the music of Joe Jencks.”

  • Ron Olesko, WFDU “FM Teaneck, NJ, Folk Music Network.

Although we cannot charge admission to these shows, it is expected that viewers would donate what they can.  Usually Linden Tree Coffeehouse charges $20 for adults and $10 for those under 18 years old. Our performers have bills to pay and most of their live concerts since last March were cancelled for the year. There is much uncertainty when live shows will resume.  So be generous if you can, by donating $5 or $10 to their Pay Pal accounts of send in a personal check to Linden Tree Coffeehouse with a note for the performer and they will get sent to them.  We thank the Massachusetts Cultural Council, Wakefield Chapter for supporting our concert series that has allowed us to bring quality programming to our community.

For more information:  LindenTree85@comcast.net,  781-246-2836


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