Singer/songwriter SJ to perform at CNCC first acoustic concert |

Singer/songwriter SJ to perform at CNCC first acoustic concert

— Colorado Northwestern Community College has secured an artist for the first performance of its Acoustic Garage concert series.

SJ, a South Florida-based acoustic singer-songwriter, will performing the first CNCC concert at 7 p.m. April 5 at the Trapper Mine training shop. The training shop will be converted into an indoor/outdoor concert venue for the occasion.

SJ has gained national attention for his work. His website compares his music to that of Jack Johnson and Donovan Frankenreiter as well as the acoustic songs of Dave Matthews.

SJ will perform in Craig as a part of a Colorado tour including stops in Vail, Crested Butte, Grand Junction, Tabernash, Evergreen, Colorado Springs, Boulder and Golden.

CNCC marketing director Jeff Stoddard said the school hopes this is the first of a series of family-friendly concerts.

For more information about SJ and his music, visit For more information about the concert series, call Stoddard at 970-675-3289.

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