Come hear Jacob play in Dobbs Ferry!
Friday, March 25, 2016
Jacob and David
will be performing
will be performing
Croton Free Library
Friday, April 15th
7:30 - 9:00
For more info, check out their events calendar
Jacob will also be performing with Guthrie's Ghost
in Peekskill, NY
Saturday, April 16th
ResistAIM "Say No to Say Yes Fest"
Fight the Pipeline Fundraiser
For more details:
Thursday, March 24, 2016
Wednesday, March 23, 2016
Thursday, February 11, 2016
Jacob and his father David perform together in the Hudson Valley and beyond. David is a multi-instrumentalist and a two-time Grammy Award winning music producer.
Contact them if you want to have them at your venue or host a house concert:
Friday, February 5, 2016
Tuesday, July 15, 2014
Jacob and David also tour as Guthrie's Ghost:
In 2012, three distinct musical entities united in celebration of Woody Guthrie's centennial year. "Hope Machine" (Fred Gillen, Jr. and Steve Kirkman) are an official program of the Guthrie Archives and perform cutting edge versions of Woody's tunes together with strong original material. Amy Fradon is a solo singer with multiple CDs and Albums to her credit and is also the lead singer for the Vanaver Caravan's "Pastures of Plenty" celebration of Woody in song and dance. Add in Jacob and David Bernz and the result is "Guthrie's Ghost," now in its fourth year continuing the tradition.
Thursday August 14th, 7:30 pm: Towne Crier Cafe, Beacon, NY, Third annual Woody Guthrie Boat Restoration Fundraiser. $20, $25 at door. see www.townecrier.com Special guest Dan Einbender
Friday, August 15th, 8:00 pm, North End Studios, Studio A, Burlington, VT
Honoring Pete, Woody, and Lee Hayes. Featuring Jacob & David Bernz, "Hope Machine" (Fred Gillen, Jr. and Steve Kirkman), Amy Fradon, and Dan Einbender. FREE! Sponsored by Amalgamated Culture Works.
Saturday August 16th, 12:30 pm, Pamfest, Peacham, VT
Leading a singalong in honor of the late Pete Seeger. see: www.pamfest.com
Saturday, August 16th 8:00 pm, World Fellowship Center, Conway, NH, Open to public at modest admission. See www.worldfellowship.org.