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The Prallsville Mill 2019 Concert Dates Announced

STOCKTON. N.J., December, 20, 2018 –The Delaware River Mill Society proudly announces its 2019 folk music concert schedule.  The series, now in its 33rd year, brings world-renowned artists Beppe Gambetta, J.P. Cormier and Tim Grimm to the quaint, bucolic river town of Stockton, NJ to raise funds for The Prallsville Mill complex - an early industrial village that features the iconic grist mill built in 1877.

"I started booking performances in 1985 with a goal of bringing world-class musical artists to our region," said producer John Weingart who hosts Music You Can't Hear On The Radio on 103.3 WPRB radio, based in Princeton, NJ. "The opportunity to see such talent in The Mill's intimate and historic setting creates a unique and special experience."

One of those artists is Beppe Gambetta, who returns to the Mill for his seventh consecutive year. Gambetta has recently been named one of the 25 Best Bluegrass Flatpickers in the World, by The Guitar Journal.  He will be joined this time by award-winning Canadian guitarist, J.P. Cormier and together they will perform an array of Italian traditional music, American folk music, bluegrass, and original songs. Vocal arrangements will be mostly in English and Italian, but also in German and Genovese. Two performance are offered -- Saturday, January 12 at 8 p.m. and Sunday, January 13 at 3 p.m. Advance tickets are available online for $35 per person at For song samples for both these artists, visit and

For Tim Grimm, this will be his debut appearance at The Mill. Grimm, both an actor and a musician, is known for writing descriptive and powerful songs about rural mid-western life and delivers these original songs and others with a rich and compelling voice. Advance tickets are available for his performance on Saturday, March 2, at 8 p.m. for $35 per person at For song samples, visit

For over 42 years, the Delaware River Mill Society, formed and comprised of local residents, has been dedicated to preserving and restoring the Prallsville Mills, interpreting its history and fostering its use for cultural, educational, recreational and community activities. For more information about The Mill, visit


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