DAVID BERGER PERFORMS ON JAN. 11, AT THE HUNTERDON COUNTY LIBRARY HEADQUARTERS

On Wednesday, January 11, David Berger will be performing an acoustic concert at 7:00 pm, as he opens the music series for the New Year at the Hunterdon County Library Headquarters on 314 State Route 12 in Building #3 in Flemington.

 

David is an accomplished flat picking guitarist and the “King of the 64” note harmonica. He is a contemporary singer-songwriter who paints a picture through his lyrics and music. His performances include traditional and original folk, with a hint of classic rock. David’s shows are always warm and highly energized as he enjoys involving his audiences.

 

He is a Hunterdon County resident and has recently retired from teaching for 38 years at Hunterdon Central Regional High School. He has performed as an opening act for Kennedy Center Honors Winner Pete Seeger, Comedian David Brenner, and Folk Legends Tom Paxton, Bill Staines, and Jim Albertson. David has received recognition for his songwriting from the Music City Song Writing Festival in Nashville, Tennessee.  His CDs will be for sale, with the proceeds going towards copays for patients of the Hunterdon Regional Cancer Center.

 

This program is free, open to the public and suitable for all ages. Call (908)  788-1434. Reservations are strongly suggested as space is limited.