Photo courtesy of NJBG
Guitarist George Langberg is performing at NJBG Carriage House Concert on Saturday, March 18, at 2 p.m.
RINGWOOD — Come enjoy great music in a beautiful setting at NJBG’s new Carriage House Concert Series at the New Jersey State Botanical Garden in Ringwood.
On Saturday, March 18, George Langberg brings his smooth guitar style to the Carriage House starting at 2 p.m.
Langberg has been performing as a singer/guitarist since he was a teenager, playing clubs in the area with the Drifters, the Coasters, the Isley Brothers, Little Eva and many others. He has concentrated lately on studio work, arranging and recording in addition to performing at music festivals. His wide-ranging musical tastes are reflected in an eclectic repertoire of more than 500 songs from various genres spanning 60 years of popular music.
With seating limited to 75, these concerts offer an intimate introduction to some of the region’s bright young talents.
Tickets are available at skylandsassociation.ticketleap.com/langberg for $15 in advance plus $1.75 per ticket handling fee. $18 day of show at the door, if available.
This concert is sponsored by American Wear.
For more information, call 973-962-9534 or visit njbg.org.
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