Princeton Folk Music Society presents David Jones in a program of British and American songs about the great days of sail, from the music hall, and by contemporary writers. Jones sings, a cappella or accompanied on the guitar, in a rich baritone with a strong English accent.
While many of his songs deal with the realities of life, humor and love are also present. “Jones look[s] like a husky sea dog with his white beard and worn baseball cap — a man that might be seen sailing an old boat around Cape Cod, fishing and singing to himself” wrote a reviewer.
His engaging presence charms the audience, while the choruses and refrains offer the audience a chance to join in a fun-filled evening of music and entertainment.
To hear Jones’ music visit: http://www.davidjones.ws.
WHEN & WHERE: Friday, March 21st Christ Congregation Church, 50 Walnut Lane, Princeton
Admission at the door: $20 ($15 members, $10 students and $5 children).