Warren to perform at Hope Pavillion
HOPE – Singer-songwriter Bob Warren will perform at 6 p.m. June 28 at the Hope Pavillion, Route 30.
The event will be sponsored by the Sacandaga Valley Arts Network. Admission is free at outdoor SVAN music events, with voluntary goodwill donations accepted.
A songwriter and performer for more than 30 years, Warren has been on the road bringing his songs to audiences throughout North America in venues ranging from coffeehouses to outdoor festivals and house concerts, a news release said. He has performed at The Stone Church in Newmarket, N.H., The Twelve Corners Coffeehouse in Rochester, Monroe County, and Caffe Lena in Saratoga Springs. He is a regular host of Caffe Lena’s open mic night, and his CD “Live At Caffe Lena” was released in 1997.
This past year, Warren produced the debut album of singer-songwriter Cara Satalino, and wrote and performed “That’s What Christmas Is” for “A Saratoga Christmas” album, which has raised money for the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
“Clear Connection” is a collection of 13 of Warren’s most recent songs. Trey Anastasio of Phish, singer Hal Ketchum, bassist and producer Tony Markellis, singer-songwriters Michael Jerling and Rosanne Raneri, and keyboardist Richard Bell of The Band backed Warren up on the album, the release said.
Warren’s CD “The Poet in Me,” released in November 2013, is his sixth album.