A timeless and timely Joni tune, at The Minstrel

With a changing of the guard at the Morristown Parking Authority, this classic song struck a chord.

Video Valentine: Beppe Gambetta love songs, from The Minstrel

Beppe Gambetta at The Minstrel. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

Love songs from Italy’s musical gift to New Jersey.

Happy Columbus Day from Beppe Gambetta, Italy’s flat-picking ambassador

Beppe Gambetta, at the Folk Project's Acoustic Getaway. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

His cousin Gino’s pretty good, too.

Video: Fuchs brings taste of Brazil to Morris Township, at The Minstrel

Stuart Fuchs at The Minstrel. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

Sweet sounds from South of the equator…via the Columbia Turnpike.

Warning: Ukulele Festival in Morris Township could change your life, Aug. 28-30

Sean Rafferty, 10, gets a helping hand from Grammy-winner Cathy Fink at Uke New Jersey Too! Photo by Kevin Coughlin

Do you have the guts to think small? Don’t say we didn’t warn you!

Video: A song for the firemen

Firefighter battling deadly fire on Pine Street, July 2015. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

Tom Paxton sings ‘The Bravest’ at The Minstrel’s 40th anniversary concert.

Video: Paxton winds down as Minstrel series catches second wind

Tim Sevener manages a ukulele bass and a kazoo, a combination rarely, if ever, seen, let alone heard, at Folk Project celebration of Minstrel series 40th birthday. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

Tom Paxton has played all kinds of places over the last 55 years. Turns out our very own Minstrel series was what he was looking for all along.

The Minstrel at 40: So much music, they need two shows to celebrate

Folk Project members, honored at the Morris Arts 2015 awards. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

Folk icon Tom Paxton will help The Minstrel mark four decades of making ‘the best possible music.’

Podcast: Tom Paxton broke in with Bob Dylan, everyone covers his songs…just don’t call him a legend, ok?

Tom Paxton's new CD 'Redemption Road,' 2015

Can’t get a ticket to his farewell Minstrel show on July 25? We have the next best thing: A musical stroll down memory lane with the Ramblin’ Boy himself.

Folk Project, Trustees of the Green, Morristown Partnership among arts honorees

Mike Agranoff of the Folk Project sings at Morris Arts 2015 awards. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

Every public nickel spent on the arts generates a dollar of economic benefits, according to Tom Werder of Morris Arts. All we know is life would be pretty dull without these folks.