OXFORD – 6 On The Square proudly welcomes two great performances this weekend – contemporary singer-songwriter, Terence Martin on Friday at 7:30 p.m., as part of his CD Release Tour and three members of the Classical Guitar Society of Upstate NY (CGSUNY) on Saturday at 7:30 p.m., for their Spring Recital.
Friday night, Terence Martin will be showcasing songs from his new CD, “Even Trade”, which is a collection of 12 original songs, written by Terence, and is described by him as his most personal work to date. Terence has toured as a rock musician, played bass in the Burbank Symphony, and is a published poet - all evidenced in his insightful songwriting and lyrical melodies. His songs express emotion and feelings wrapped up in music which reaches out and grabs you. Described primarily as Americana/folk style music, Terence pulls in all genres and catches you with his entrancing, clear voice.
As Daniel Gewertz of the Boston Herald writes, “Martin manages the rare trick of evoking regret without getting stuck in self-pity or reproach. The road not taken still seems to hold beauty.”
Accompanying Terence on this CD Release Tour will be Dan Bonis, playing mandolin, lap steel & dobro, and Gordon Roehrer on bass. Purchase tickets on-line at the discounted price of $12, until the day of the show; $15 on the day of the show. Doors open at 6:30 p.m.
On Saturday, three accomplished members of the Classical Guitar Society of Upstate NY (CGSUNY) will perform their Spring Recital in 6OTS’ intimate acoustic setting.
Salvatore Salvaggio has performed recitals for concert associations as a soloist, accompanist and continuo player for the past 30 years. Notable performances have included the Boston Early Music Festivals; Guitar Society events on Long Island, Philadelphia, New Jersey; Dreamcatcher Guitars in, Georgia; Cafe Lena in,Saratoga, NY and the Stamford Performing Arts Center. He is Director of Music/Fine Arts at the Cooperstown Central School...