Singer-songwriter David Berger will performing in the meeting room of the Hunterdon County Library Headquarters, 314 Route 12, on Wednesday evening, June 3 at 7 pm. David will be singing and playing some of his favorite folk songs; some of his own music and will often encourage the audience to sing along with him.
David is an accomplished flat picking guitarist and “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 folk, original folk, and a hint of classic rock. David’s shows always warm and highly energize his audiences.
He is a Hunterdon county resident and has been teaching at Hunterdon Central Regional High School in Flemington, for the past 36 years. 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 also received recognition for his songwriting from the Music City Song Writing Festival in Nashville, Tennessee. David will have CDs for sale, a portion of which will be donated to Hunterdon County Special Olympics.
The performance is free and open to the public. Reservations are requested, as seating is limited. Call 788-1434 or visit the Library’s Website Events Calendar at www.hclibrary.us.