Recapping a musical weekend: Hippie vibes at Troubadour, Tshila in Morristown

SO MUCH FOR PEACE AND LOVE: Things get ugly at the Troubadour's Summer of Love sing-along, June 28, 2019. Photo by Kevin Coughlin
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Summer means music, and both are in full swing in Greater Morristown.

We told you about Southside Johnny at the Bickford. And here are glimpses of Tshila’s set at Meet Me in Morristown, and the Songs of the Sixties sing-along at The Troubadour (formerly The Minstrel) in Morris Township.

Tshila sings her song ‘Not Alone,’ June 27, 2019. Video by Bill Lescohier for MorristownGreen.com:

 

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Tshila sings at Meet Me in Morristown, June 27, 2019. Video by Bill Lescohier for MorristownGreen.com:

 

The Folk Project’s Bunk Bed Band was in rare form on Friday, leading local music fans in a celebration of Sixties favorites at the Troubadour Acoustic Concert Series. Sonny and Cher made a special guest appearance, and the home-made brownies were potent, even without the Sixties seasonings and gluten.

Gerry and Olga or Sonny and Cher? The Troubadour, June 28, 2019. Video by Bill Henderson of the Folk Project:

 

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John Hone and the Bunk Bed Band ‘Stand’ tall, June 28, 2019. Video by Bill Henderson of the Folk Project:

Editor’s note: John Hone fans can see their hero, and his faithful sidekick Todd Dennison, perform with their other band, Purple Hayes, on the Morristown Green on Diversity Day, July 14, 2019, and at Meet Me in Morristown, July 25.

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  1. The Troubatour (formely the Minstrel Show) celebrated “Songs of the Sixties” with their usual incredible musicians, singers, camaraderie, and humor…audience members invited to sing, dance, and play their instruments…Always a wonderful place to relax and enjoy music of many kinds every Friday night…Bravo!!!

  2. Three cheers for the Folk Festival gathering on Friday night at the Unitarian Church, the usual venue for this talented group of performers…. The sixties produced some great music; it was just terrific being there as “it” came back, in full force, thanks to a superbly talented and generous, not to mention enthusiastic, collection of performers.

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