SOMERVILLE, NJ – Guitarist and singer-songwriter Peter Mayer of Jimmy Buffett’s Coral Reefer Band and the Peter Mayer Group will bring the 20th anniversary of his widely acclaimed Christmas tour, “Stars and Promises,” to United Reformed Church, 100 West Main St., on Friday, Dec, 20th.
 
The concert will take place at United Reformed Church, 100 West Main St,  Doors will open at 6:30 p.m., with the concert beginning at 7:30 p.m.
 
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The Somerville High School Chamber Choir will also perform.
 
Proceeds from the concert will benefit the Somerville Educational Foundation that supports creative & innovative teaching and learning programs by funding grants presented by faculty and students in the borough's public schools.

 
Tickets are $35 each and are available at http://www.tickets.com/events/436198. Information on the “Echoes of The Seasons, A 20th Anniversary Celebration” is available online at www.petermayer.com.
 
Mayer has released 14 albums under his own name including four Christmas releases: “Stars And Promises,” “Stars and Promises Live,” “Echoes of The Season” and the most recent “A Junkman’s Christmas,” which is accompanied by the artist’s first published book.
 
“Echoes of the Seasons - A 20th Anniversary Celebration” features a world-class seven-piece band, including violin, woodwinds, pipes, keyboard, guitar, bass and percussion. All of these instruments will highlight 20 years of melodies that have made the annual tour a holiday staple for family and friends around the country. The yuletide celebration both reflects on the years gone by and revels in the holiday spirit and the New Year to come, inspiring fans to call this tour, “A Christmas show like no other.”

 
In addition to solo projects and touring with his own band, Mayer has performed and recorded with Jimmy Buffett's Coral Reefer Band for the past 30 years, sharing the stage with a variety of artists including Paul McCartney, James Taylor, Dave Matthews, Paul Simon and Ringo Starr.