Sons of the Never Wrong returns to Princeton
PRINCETON — Sons of the Never Wrong, the popular folk trio from Chicago, will return to the Princeton Coffeehouse for a performance at 7:30 p.m. Saturday. They last performed at the Coffeehouse in 2006.
Noting that this year marks the Sons’ 20th anniversary as well as the 20th anniversary of the Princeton Coffeehouse, Sons’ member Sue Demel said “We feel so connected to the Princeton Coffeehouse we wanted to make sure we played there this year because we want to hit all our favorite venues.”
The trio has a decidedly eclectic style that combines influences of folk, jazz, pop and rock. All three Sons play, sing and write for the band. Bruce Roper is the primary songwriter and plays acoustic guitar. Demel is known for her inspired harmonies and exuberant moving about on stage as she beats on her djembe drums or quietly strums the dulcimer or guitar. Multi-instrumentalist Deborah Lader brings to the band her own style of writing, voice and humor along with her flair for banjo, mandolin, guitar, and rich alto harmonies.
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