Sunapee, N.H. — Award winning singer/songwriter James Krueger will be appearing at the Sunapee Community Coffeehouse on Friday, March 22, at 7:00 p.m. The Coffeehouse is held at the Sunapee Methodist Church, Lower Main Street. Admission is by donation.
Hailed as “an extraordinarily talented writer with a real talent for poetic imagery,” the Catskill Mountain tunesmith James Krueger is recipient of two honor awards from the Great American Songwriting Competition.
His songs illustrate his great love for nature and the outdoors, and one of his favorite compositions, called “Shot Through,” features a mention of Sunapee’s own Sugar River.
Krueger’s newest CD release “The Unspoken Hope of Love” includes performances from folk giants Jay Ungar and Molly Mason.
Striking the listener hard with the haunting opening track “Frost,” the album bears its hearer on a journey of loss and redemption.
Krueger has entertained for the North American Bluebird Society, the Sierra Club, The Hudson River Sloop Clearwater’s Environmental Center, The Catskill Center for Conservation and Development, The New York Maple Growers’ Association, National Artists for Mental Health, The Thendara Mountain Club, The Hunter Mountain Foundation’s Mountain Culture Festival, and more.
He tours the eastern United States appearing in performing arts centers, clubs, coffeehouses, nature centers, museums, libraries and private homes.
Founded in July of 2004, the Sunapee Community Coffeehouse’s mission is to encourage and foster professional and amateur musicians alike in a warm, listening-room environment. Visit: www.coffeehouse.org