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Folk Trio Sons of the Never Wrong to Perform Live at the JCC in Scotch Plains

Sons of the Never Wrong, a folk trio from Chicago known for their "turbo-charged folk music," will be performing at the Split Level Concerts at the JCC of Central NJ on Saturday, March 20. Doors open at 8:00 p.m.; the concert begins at 8:45 p.m.

With their unique three-part harmonies on top of witty, whimsical songs, Sons are eclectic - combining influences of folk, jazz, pop and rock. Their energy can power up an entire town.

The Sons' 6 CD releases have brought them stunning national and international reviews as well as extensive radio play. It is their live performances, however, that win over the hearts of their audiences. The group's unique stage choreography results in a non-stop show of stories, dancing and oddball humor. Yet, when the three performers step up to the mic and belt out one of their many gorgeously arranged songs, you know you're in for something extra special.

Sons have performed on dozens of national tours, playing with the likes of Dar Williams, Patti Griffin, Livingston Taylor, Odetta, Nancy Griffith, Greg Brown and Christine Lavin. They have played to sold out venues from coast to coast.

The concert will be held in the JCC of Central New Jersey's café, an intimate music venue offering music lovers throughout Central New Jersey the chance to get up close and personal with first-rate singer/songwriters. Beer, wine, non-alcoholic beverages and snacks will be available for purchase at the JCC café, Kosher Korner at the J.

Tickets for Sons of the Never Wrong are $20 in advance, $25 at the door. Seating is limited, so advance ticket purchase is recommended. Purchase tickets online at www.jccnj.org or contact Simone Klein at 908 889-8800 ext. 214 or sklein@jccnj.org 

For more information about Sons, visit www.sons.com 

The JCC of Central New Jersey is located at 1391 Martine Avenue in Scotch Plains. The JCC of Central New Jersey is a constituent agency of the Jewish Federation of Central New Jersey, United Way of Greater Union County and the United Fund of Westfield. Financial assistance is available for membership and various programs.

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