Tim Grimm in Concert at Prallsville Mills in Stockton, NJ on March 2nd


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Tim Grimm in Concert at Prallsville Mills in Stockton, NJ on March 2nd

Tim Grimm, a much-admired folk singer and songwriter from Indiana who only rarely comes to this part of the country, will be giving his debut concert at the Prallsville Mills in Stockton, NJ (5 miles north of Lambertville and New Hope) on Saturday, March 2nd at 8:00 pm.

Grimm’s warm, conversational, roughly gorgeous voice along with his power as a keen observer and storyteller have led critics to compare him to Guy Clark, Stan Rogers, Jackson Brown, Rodney Crowell and Bruce Springsteen among others.

The stories Grimm tells in his songs speak gently of strength and vulnerability, connection and isolation, and family and work, along with some all-but-forgotten historical figures and events and clever takes on modern political realities.

A reviewer in Seattle wrote:

Tim Grimm reminds us of the authenticity of a life lived close to nature in consonance with the cycle of the seasons. In this time we live in, when so much seems inauthentic and when our politics are so debased, Tim’s music helps reaffirm our faith in what this nation has been for more than two centuries and something to which we might someday return.

Grimm’s March 2nd concert in Stockton is presented as a benefit for the Delaware River Mill Society by New Jersey’s oldest folk music and bluegrass radio show, Music You Can’t Hear On The Radio. John Weingart, the program’s host, says that:

“Tim Grimm is among the very best contemporary American folk singers.”

Tickets are $35 and can be purchased online at https://www.prallsvillemills.org/

Additional information is available at (609) 397-3586.

Media outlets seeking to contact Grimm in advance of the concert should write to concerts@veryseldom.com

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