Greenway to perform at St. Mary's

| 03 Oct 2017 | 10:53

– On Saturday evening, October 7, at 7p.m., St. Mary’s Episcopal Church will present singer/songwriter Greg Greenway in concert. Accompanying himself on guitar, piano and ukulele, Greenway will present an evening of original compositions wound through the threads of his life with what the Boston Globe called “one of the strongest and finest voices in Folk Music… Confessional one moment, rambunctiously disarming the next, few modern folk singers can own a coffeehouse stage as completely as Greenway.”
Among Greenway’s solo highlights are a show at Carnegie Hall in the New York Singer/Songwriter Festival which was rebroadcast on NPR’s World Café, an appearance on nationally syndicated Mountain Stage, and a show at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame honoring Phil Ochs. Greenway was seen world-wide on CNN’s World Beat in a segment on socially conscious artists. He has been featured on the weekend edition of NPR’s All Things Considered, and his dreams were fulfilled when “Driving in Massachusetts” was played on Car Talk.
For the last eight years, Greenway has been one third of the highly successful harmony trio, Brother Sun. While touring internationally, they have garnered the #1 CDs for 2013 and 2016
on the Folk DJ list of 300 international stations. He is currently one half of Deeper Than the Skin, a musical presentation on Race with his long-time friend and singer/songwriter, Reggie Harris. But, as will be made abundantly clear in concert, Greg Greenway is entirely and uniquely himself. For more information about the artist, visit <URL destination="http://www.greggreenway .com. ">www.greggreenway .com.
</URL>Suggested donation at the door is $15, which may be made in advance. For information, call 973-729-3136, or visit The church is located at 85 Conestoga Trail,
Sparta, NJ.