Troubadour Concert Series - Carole Wise

Troubadour Concert Series – Carole Wise

Feature Act: CAROLE WISE

Carole Wise is a Maine-based singer-songwriter. Her guitar/mandolin playing is both intricate and straight forward and her lyrics are nuanced, lyrical and both personal and universal.  Every song offers us a chance to connect to something: a feeling, a thought, a fear, a hope. She evokes something familiar – something we have felt, thought, or worried about.  Carole’s music is not afraid. She sings about love, loss, society’s issues, finding self, but always with a silver lining. The clarity of meaning in her writing then transcends the personal to a universal connection.  Carole will have her just-released new album, “North Star,” available for sale at the show.

Opening Act:  PETE McDONOUGH

Pete McDonough has been studying and performing finger-style acoustic music for 50 years. His shows travel through the American tradition of acoustic blues, from the Piedmont to the Delta and include current approaches to finger style acoustic music. He wrote the biographies of 25 blues legends for the Complete Acoustic Blues Method by Woody Mann. He has recorded two CDs for Huckleberry Music, “Fat in Paris and Other People’s Blues” (2017) and “An Autumn Afternoon” (2024). He appears on “Southside Saturday Night,” a compilation of performances at the legendary Godfrey Daniels Coffee House in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.

The event is part of The Troubadour Acoustic Concert Series, sponsored by The Folk Project each Friday evening at the Fellowship. Admission is $10.00 per adult at the door. Children 12 and under are free. For further information, call 973-335-9489, or visit The Folk Project website offers music samples of Troubadour performers at

The Folk Project is New Jersey’s leading acoustic music and dance organization and has been showcasing acoustic and traditional music in North Jersey for over 45 years.

Morris Arts funds, through the New Jersey State Council on the Arts/Department of State, a Partner Agency of the National Endowment for the Arts, have made funding possible in part.

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Mar 29 2024


7:30 pm - 10:30 pm


Morristown Unitarian Fellowship


Morristown Unitarian Fellowship
21 Normandy Heights Road, Morristown, NJ, 07960


The Folk Project
The Folk Project

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