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Marji Zintz  ... is a Solo performing Acoustic, Folk/Traditional, and Jazz music.

With a voice that has been likened to, among others, Joni Mitchell, Rickie Lee Jones, the late Eva Cassidy, and Shawn Colvin, Marji Zintz is a solo vocalist/arranger/acoustic guitarist who is known for her sweet voice; heart-felt, soulful interpretations; spot-on intonation; extensive, genre-busting repertoire; and masterful guitar playing. Marji performs material that takes the listener on a personal journey of growth and loss and love as well as material that asks the bigger and harder questions. She uses the guitar to its fullest potential as a melodic, harmonic, and percussive instrument.

Marji's passion for music was ignited by her dad, who was always singing; he had a beautiful, smokey voice and excellent taste in music. Marji recalls many nights washing and drying dishes, and many long road trips, singing song after song after song with her dad and her sister ~ usually in 3-part harmony.

Aside from a couple of sessions with the "Mayor of Greenwich Village," Dave Van Ronk, Marji is entirely self-taught on guitar. Marji also enjoyed the benefit of a few sessions with jazz vocalists Janet Lawson and Jay Clayton, and has been influenced by Joni Mitchell, Sheila Jordan, Billie Holiday, Tony Bennett, the Beatles, Betty Carter, Eddie Jefferson, Chet Baker, and Lambert, Hendricks & Ross, to name a few.

Marji brings a long and diverse performance resume, working in myriad settings since the 1970s as a vocalist and guitarist. She has performed in voice/double bass duets with such notable players as Mike Richmond, Jay Anderson, Josef Pelletier, and Vin Warner. She also worked in a progressive jazz-based ensemble that included Erik Lawrence on reeds and Jim Kunkel on guitar, often using her voice as one of the horns. She has worked in collaboration with improvisational vocalists Victoria Christgau and Shula Ruth Weinstein in a mostly a capella recording and performance project called Sister Sound, and has arranged, recorded, and performed with many other innovative musical projects over the years as well as performing as a soloist. And, she is currently one third of the innovative trio Becoming Human, performing original songs of observation, realization & transformation.

Marji also teaches guitar and coaches voice and harmony in the Hudson Valley.

In addition to performing the original compositions of her friends who are internationally acclaimed, very gifted songwriters, including Michael Fracasso and Eric Wood, and more regionally known artists such as Jim Lord, Jim Kunkel, and EC Lorick, Marji interprets and covers a wide range of material crossing into several genres, from folk to rock to jazz, including Tom Waits, Jobim, Cole Porter, and the Red Hot Chili Peppers. Her songbook is as extensive as it is diverse, allowing her to perform easily for five hours without repeating herself.

Marji has shared the bill with such diverse acts as Koko Taylor, Vance Gilbert, Tracy Grammer, David Amram, Pete Seeger, sonia and disappear fear, Spook Handy, Tom Paxton, Jonathan Edwards, the Kennedys, and Robbie Robertson and has performed and/or recorded with Jim Kunkel, Josef Pelletier, Jay Anderson, Mike Richmond, Vin Warner, Ron Wilson, Robert Weinstein, EC Lorick, Dawn Casteel-Lorick, John Marshall, Victoria Christgau, and Shula Ruth Weinstein.

Links
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Contact Info
Location: Ulster County, NY
Website: www.marjizintz.us
Email
Phone: (845) 657-3111

Videos
Sumatran Fire (composer: E.C. Lorick) (recorded at AIR Studio, Kingston, NY)


Big Sister (composer: Michael Fracasso) (recorded at the Minstrel, Morristown, NJ)

Calendar for Marji Zintz
Sunday
October 9
11:30 am
to
2:30 pm
Salon Stage Show
with Marji Zintz
Acoustic, Contemporary, and Singer-Songwriter
The Towne Crier
379 Main Street
Beacon, NY   See Map
Simply scrumptious spread with scintillating songs from the salon stage! No cover charge! Yummy menu! Be there or be 🔲!

Complimentary with brunch! See you @ the Crier!

Reservations are strongly recommended: 845-855-1300

Photo credit: Maureen Black
Visit Towne Crier's Website to learn more
Friday
October 14
6:30 pm
to
9:00 pm
Makin Music!!!
with Marji Zintz
Acoustic, Contemporary. all the stuff you love!
AutoCamp Catskills
Saugerties, NY   See Map
Making some joyful sounds for the good folks stay at this cool new spot!


(Photo credit: Ross Pilot )
Marji on the Interweb
Saturday
October 15
11:30 am
to
1:30 pm
Polhill Park Concert Series
with Marji Zintz, Vickie Raabin (guitar & voice), Mike LaRocco (percussion)
Americana, Acoustic. all the stuff you love!
Beacon Welcome Center
Polhill Park
Beacon, NY   See Map
Join us in Polhill Park (Beacon Welcome Center) for some music and fun! I'll be joined by Vickie Raabin and Mike LaRocco (or, they'll be joined by me...whatever!)!

Following our set, TBA!!!! (They're great!)
Marji on the Interweb
Friday
October 21
6:30 pm
to
9:00 pm
Makin Music!!!
with Marji Zintz
Acoustic, Contemporary. all the stuff you love!
AutoCamp Catskills
Saugerties, NY   See Map
Making some joyful sounds for the good folks stay at this cool new spot!


(Photo credit: Ross Pilot )
Marji on the Interweb
Friday
October 28
6:30 pm
to
9:00 pm
Makin Music!!!
with Marji Zintz
Acoustic, Contemporary. all the stuff you love!
AutoCamp Catskills
Saugerties, NY   See Map
Making some joyful sounds for the good folks stay at this cool new spot!


(Photo credit: Ross Pilot )
Marji on the Interweb
Friday
November 4
6:30 pm
to
9:00 pm
Makin Music!!!
with Marji Zintz
Acoustic, Contemporary. all the stuff you love!
AutoCamp Catskills
Saugerties, NY   See Map
Making some joyful sounds for the good folks stay at this cool new spot!


(Photo credit: Ross Pilot )
Marji on the Interweb
Sunday
November 13
11:30 am
to
2:30 pm
Salon Stage Show
with Marji Zintz
Acoustic, Contemporary, and Singer-Songwriter
The Towne Crier
379 Main Street
Beacon, NY   See Map
Simply scrumptious spread with scintillating songs from the salon stage! No cover charge! Yummy menu! Be there or be 🔲!

Complimentary with brunch! See you @ the Crier!

Reservations are strongly recommended: 845-855-1300

Photo credit: Maureen Black
Visit Towne Crier's Website to learn more
Saturday
November 19
6:30 pm
to
9:00 pm
Makin Music!!!
with Marji Zintz
Acoustic, Contemporary. all the stuff you love!
AutoCamp Catskills
Saugerties, NY   See Map
Making some joyful sounds for the good folks stay at this cool new spot!


(Photo credit: Ross Pilot )
Marji on the Interweb
Sunday
November 20
10:00 am
to
12:00 pm
Morning Music
with Marji Zintz, Bruce Milner on voice & keyboard
Acoustic, Americana, and Covers
Dottie's Coffee Lounge
444 North Street
Pittsfield, MA   See Map
Join us at this sweet venue in the beautiful Berkshires! This'll be our third performance in this cool spot!

Call 'em at (413) 443 1792 for additional information!
Dottie's Coffee Lounge
Sunday
December 11
11:30 am
to
2:30 pm
Salon Stage Show
with Marji Zintz
Acoustic, Contemporary, and Singer-Songwriter
The Towne Crier
379 Main Street
Beacon, NY   See Map
Simply scrumptious spread with scintillating songs from the salon stage! No cover charge! Yummy menu! Be there or be 🔲!

Complimentary with brunch! See you @ the Crier!

Reservations are strongly recommended: 845-855-1300

Photo credit: Maureen Black
Visit Towne Crier's Website to learn more
Saturday
December 17
7:30 pm
Music for Humanity Showcase/Fundraiser
with Marji Zintz, Two Other Performers TBA, Hosted by Barry Adelman & Jim Elwell
Acoustic, Folk/Traditional, and Jazz. etc.
Noble Coffee Roasters
3020 Route 207
Campbell Hall, NY   See Map
Once a month, on the third Saturday MFH invites three performers to share their music. Three performers do their short sets to delight you!! And...

The proceeds raised during these monthly events go towards music scholarships.

It's a worthy cause, an intimate setting, and great music. Why don't you come! Get there early to get a good seat.
Marji's Website

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