Loretta Hagen and Squirrel Stew Perform in Fanwood on Saturday, Oct. 11

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FANWOOD, NJ -- The Fanwood Performance Series presents Loretta Hagen and Squirrel Stew on Saturday, Oct. 11 at 7 p.m. at the Patricia Kuran Cultural Arts Center on Watson Road. The singer delivers rich alto vocals, award winning lyrics and tightly woven harmonies. 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=45X3VQzIo6o

The suggested donation for the evening of music is $15 for adults, $10 for seniors and students. Parking is free and the refreshments are inexpensive. This is the second concert in the Fanwood Cultural Arts Performance Series this fall.
 
 
Loretta has shared the stage with Pete Seeger, Roger McGuinn, Steve Forbert, Richie Havens and Marshall Crenshaw, to name a few. She recently released her third CD, Mud and Stone, featuring uplifting heartfelt ballads, playful up-tempo country swing, and cool bluesy grooves. It debuted at #10 on Folk DJ Charts, consistently #1 on the Roots Music Report for NJ, and has received airplay throughout the US and Canada.
 
Her honors include being named NJ JAM (Jersey Acoustic Music) Awards “Top Female Songwriter of the Year” and winner NJ Folk Festival Songwriter Competition,  She also was awarded a 2014 NERFA (Northeast Regional Folk Alliance) Quad showcase and was a finalist at the CT Folk Festival.
 

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