Frank Pagliaro Plays Greiser’s: From Old Timey to Indie

On Thursday July 14, 5:30 – 7:00 pm, our Acoustic Solos & Small Bites summer music series continues

Easton renaissance man Frank Pagliaro will play Greiser’s front porch July 14

He’s known as an historian of all things Easton – especially the 1807 meteorite landing, he makes a meticulous latte behind the counter at Greiser’s, he leads tours as a member of the Easton Cemetery Committee, he’s retired from the board of the Historical Society of Easton and a career in financial risk analysis, he has officiated several weddings, he’s one of the world’s greatest grandpas, and he’s a choir member and guitarist for Notre Dame Roman Catholic Church in Easton.

This Thursday, Frank Pagliaro will bring his talents to Greiser’s front porch as the third act in our Acoustic Solos & Small Bites summer music series.

Frank chose Bastille Day for his show date, and though his songlist is an eclectic mix of all-English old-timey, 1920s, folk, soft rock, country, and Beatles tunes, he promises there will be something in store for the Francophiles among us!

Our Acoustic Solos & Small Bites events are byob happy hours. Events are open to all, but seating is reserved first for ticket holders. Our $24 ticket price covers your seat, a cheeseboard, and glassware/ice setup for beverages you bring. Non-alcoholic drinks, mixers, and other snacks will be available for sale. When booking, please specify any dietary restriction as well as your preference for indoor or outdoor seating. Guests will be welcome to browse the store, mingle, and, if seated indoors, step outside for the music.

To book your seat with lite gourmet fare, stop into the store before noon on Thursday or reserve online here.