Metuchen Cultural Arts Commission presents its final Coffehouse of the season

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From the Metuchen Cultural Arts Commission:

Come on down to the Old Franklin School in Metuchen on Friday, May 21st for the final coffeehouse of the season.  The Metuchen Cultural Arts Commission is proud to present Steve "fiddleboy" Miller, a multi-instrument musician who draws songs from Irish, old time country and Americana traditions.  His own songs range from slice of life stories to love gone wrong to the absurd.  You may know him from his days as the singer/guitarist for the cult classic power pop band "Ambulance".  He also appears with the Irish Pub band "Paddy and the Pale Boys" and as the fiddler/accordionist with the Cajun/Zydeco band "Da Roux".  Joining Stevie will be Martin O'Connor, singer/bassist for the Pale Boys.  You can check out his music at fiddleboy.net and thepaleboys.com.
 
The evening begins at 8:00pm on May 21st at the Old Franklin School located at 491 Middlesex Avenue (right next to the firehouse).  Admission is five dollars which includes light refreshments.  Free parking is across the street at Borough Hall.  If you have questions please call 732-632-8502 or go to www.metuchennj.org.

Click here to see the flyer. 

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