Buskin & Batteau; and Matt Nakoa at Coffee with Conscience

Published April 21, 2013 by Maryanne

SAM_0637David Buskin and Me

First, I’d like to thank Ahrre Maros of “Coffee with Conscience” (http://www.coffeewithconscience.org/) for putting me on the guest list for the Buskin & Batteau (http://www.buskinandbatteau.com/) show last night.

My husband and I enjoyed a most wonderful evening filled with so much talent!

First up was an unexpected surprise — a performance by Matt Nakoa (http://www.mattnakoa.com/). A young singer/songwriter with a 3-octave range and lyrics filled with wisdom. I’m so happy we purchased his CDs because they were off the hook — the production was absolutely brilliant and all the songs were terrific.

Dennis filmed one of his songs last night:

Matt Nakoa

Then Buskin & Batteau played from 8:30 to 11 p.m. with a short break. They were beyond fantastic. Fun, witty lyrics, and so extraordinarily talented. We got one of their CDs too.

Here is a Buskin and Batteau song Dennis filmed last night:

Buskin & Batteau “Jews Don’t Camp”

I look forward to exploring more of the music of these two talented NOT TO BE MISSED acts!

Enjoy the videos!

And if you get a chance, check out any show at Coffee with Conscious. The performances are in First United Methodist Church in Westfield. It’s a nice, intimate setting, with coffee tables around the stage seating maybe 75 or so. Coffee and tea are served along with refreshments for a mere donation of $2 or more.

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