THE GUILTY WANTED @ Live on Water - A Summer Concert Series

The Shops of Water Street presents THE GUILTY WANTED @ Live on Water - A Summer Concert Series.

Kicking off the Live on Water Summer Concert Series on Saturday, June 28th will be, The Guilty Wanted of Oshkosh, WI who will be fresh off the Summerfest stage where they are headlining. Drawing from their collective backgrounds of pop, blues, country, Jazz, and even bluegrass, their sound is best described as “Modern Americana.” The band features Princeton-native, Nate Lehner, who has been with the band since they formed in 2011. Front woman Rebecca Hoffman's pure and soulful voice is nothing short of inspiring. With fiercely catchy musical arrangements, introspective lyrics and a mix all their own, their music will draw you in and give you pause. The show takes place at the former Fox Note jazz club (518 W. Water Street). Tickets for the show are $15 and available at Twister (602 W. Water Street).

General Admission: $15
Doors open at 6:30pm • Show starts at 7:00pm
Beer, Wine & Food available for purchase

On Saturday July 26, Chicago singer/songwriter Briar Rabbit will perform solo and wrapping up the series on Saturday, August 30, Julian Velard returns with his piano-pop for a 3rd year along with friend and fellow musician, Alex Dezen.

Proceeds from the series will go to The Shops of Water Street's ongoing efforts to revitalize and beautify Water Street, downtown Princeton.

For more information about The Shops of Water Street, visit: www.theshopsofwaterstreet.com or call 920-980-2572.

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Pictured: The Guilty Wanted is bringing their “Modern Americana” sound to Princeton on Saturday, June 28.

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