A holiday treat: The Wonderful Wizards of Bluegrass — Silk City & Tony Trischka, in Morris Township

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Remember when network TV would show The Wizard of Oz as a holiday treat?

Well, we’ve got the next best thing for this Easter weekend: A delightful sing-along.

That’s right, Dorothy. You’re not in Kansas anymore. You’re at The Minstrel in Morris Township, with Silk City (Danny Weiss, Barry Mitterhoff & Larry Cohen) and banjo king Tony Trischka.

Enjoy their bluegrass tribute to you, and Toto, too, from earlier this month.

And while we’re in holiday mode, here is a belated Valentine’s Day wish from Weiss:

Video: Feeling bluegrass on Valentine’s Day by Danny Weiss

 

Slideshow photos by Kevin Coughlin:

Larry Cohen, Barry Mitterhoff and Danny Weiss of Silk City, joined by banjo king Tony Trischka, at the Minstrel, April 7, 2017. Photo by Kevin Coughlin
Danny Weiss and Tony Trischka, who go way back together, reunite at the Minstrel, April 7, 2017. Photo by Kevin Coughlin
Barry Mitterhoff, Danny Weiss and Tony Trischka play at the Minstrel, April 7, 2017. Photo by Kevin Coughlin
Larry Cohen and Barry Mitterhoff of Silk City at the Minstrel, April 7, 2017. Photo by Kevin Coughlin
Barry Mitterhoff, Danny Weiss and Tony Trischka at the Minstrel, April 7, 2017. Photo by Kevin Coughlin
Larry Cohen of Silk City trades his bass for a piano at the Minstrel, April 7, 2017. Photo by Kevin Coughlin
Opener Dan Pelletier at the Minstrel, April 7, 2017. Photo by Kevin Coughlin
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Next up at The Minstrel: Andrew Dunn and Jay Mankita, on Friday, April 21, 2017, at 7:30 pm in the Morristown Unitarian Fellowship, 21 Normandy Heights Road, Morris Township. Admission: $10.

 

 

 

 

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