Folk Singer Rod MacDonald, & Special Guests Performing in Watertown

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Folk singer Rod MacDonald will perform in Watertown on May 18.

Folk singer Rod MacDonald will perform in Watertown on May 18.

The next Tremedal Concert features a performer who took part in the 1980s folk revival in Greenwich Village, along with some special guests.

Tremedal Concert sent the following information:

On Saturday, May 18, Rod MacDonald will play in Watertown with Terry Kitchen and Mala Levine, featuring Jackie Damsky on violin. The concert is at 8 p.m. at First Parish Church, 35 Church St., Watertown.

According to the organizer: Rod MacDonald is an American singer-songwriter, novelist, and educator. He was a “big part of the 1980s folk revival in Greenwich Village clubs,” performing at the Speakeasy, The Bottom Line, Folk City, and the “Songwriter’s Exchange” at the Cornelia Street Cafe. He co-founded the Greenwich Village Folk Festival. 

MacDonald will be joined by Terry Kitchen and Mala Levine.

Called “one of New England’s best songwriters” by The Boston Globe, award-winning folksinger/guitarist Terry Kitchen performs songs that are portraits of ordinary people and emotions, captured with extraordinary compassion, honesty and humor. He’s been performing on folk stages across the country since the 1990s.

The Tremedal Concerts benefit the Watertown-El Salvador Sister City Project. Proceeds after expenses support the sister community of Nueva Esperanza, El Salvador, and regional projects in Chalatenango Province.

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