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Singer/songwriters Jaeger & Reid make for a musical First Friday

The acoustic duo performs for the December edition of Woodside Arts & Culture Committee's monthly online series

Woodside Arts & Culture Committee is starting the weekend off on the right note, quite literally, with an online concert on Friday, Dec. 4. The latest installment of the committee's monthly First Friday Zoom series features a performance by Bay Area contemporary acoustic folk/Americana duo Jaeger & Reid. 

Singer/songwriters Jaeger & Reid perform a mix of original songs and new interpretations of songs by others at a Dec. 4 online concert presented by Woodside Arts & Culture Committee. Courtesy Woodside Arts & Culture Committee

They have been performing together since 2015, according to their website, and have released an album, "From Way Up Here," which features their originals as well as some well-loved covers.

The performance takes place 7-8 p.m. For more information, visit woodsideartandculture.org.

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Singer/songwriters Jaeger & Reid make for a musical First Friday

The acoustic duo performs for the December edition of Woodside Arts & Culture Committee's monthly online series

by / Palo Alto Weekly

Uploaded: Thu, Dec 3, 2020, 1:21 pm

Woodside Arts & Culture Committee is starting the weekend off on the right note, quite literally, with an online concert on Friday, Dec. 4. The latest installment of the committee's monthly First Friday Zoom series features a performance by Bay Area contemporary acoustic folk/Americana duo Jaeger & Reid. 

They have been performing together since 2015, according to their website, and have released an album, "From Way Up Here," which features their originals as well as some well-loved covers.

The performance takes place 7-8 p.m. For more information, visit woodsideartandculture.org.

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