Performances by Frank Patrouch, Steve Hiltner and Zap Goes Pop!

Frank Patrouch - Singer - Songwriter
Frank was born and raised in New Jersey, has changed residence 12 times and jobs twice that many times. His one constant has been music. With songs covered by Rick Dill and Garry Tallent, Frank has produced his own albums, as well as producing Sims Wyeth and R.G. Evans. He's performed his songs from New York to Nashville, New Orleans to England. Joining Frank are Al Milewski on violin, and Catherine Wacha on percussion.

Steve Hiltner - Climate Theater
A naturalist and jazz musician best known for his writings at PrincetonNatureNotes.org, Steve also writes/performs climate theater that finds comedy, poignancy, and beauty in the greatest challenge of our time--our relationship to nature--both inner and outer. In this cabaret of life on earth, molecules become characters, and classic songs are "climate-adapted" to speak of human folly and love for a planet. More at ClimateCabaret.com.

Zap Goes Pop! - Urban Folk Band
Zap Goes Pop! echoes of the gypsy caravan, the carnival, and the high seas, while their lyrics tell engaging stories, replete with humor, social consciousness and satire. Set in a post-apocalyptic dream world, there are often revolving themes of folklore, mythology, and revolution. zapgoespop.com facebook.com/zapgoespop zapgoespop.bandcamp.com

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