Modern Man: A really mighty wind blows through Sanctuary in Chatham

 

Whatever the ailment, Modern Man is the cure.

The band’s song Like a River, for example, should help you kick the folk music habit.

George Wurzbach and David Buskin of Modern Man search for the lost chord, at the Sanctuary series. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

George Wurzbach and David Buskin of Modern Man search for the lost chord, at the Sanctuary series. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

David Buskin, Rob Carlson and George Wurzbach¬†were the first act ever presented by Scott Sheldon,¬†so it was only fitting that they would return 14 years later for Scott’s final show as host of the Sanctuary concert series in Chatham.

Percussionist Marshall Rosenberg accompanied the group, enabling audience members to witness history: The world’s first four-man trio.¬† Maybe the ensemble should be called Post-Modern Man.

In any event, it was a wild and wonderful evening, complete with mountains of ice cream and some musical whimsy from Scott himself.

GRANDMASTER ROB: Carlson, that is, of Modern Man, at the Sanctuary. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

GRANDMASTER ROB: Carlson, that is, of Modern Man, at the Sanctuary. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

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