Linden Tree Coffeehouse Presents Notable New England Folk Favorites

Janet Feld and Esther Friedman Saturday, November 6 at 7:30 pm Live Streaming Hybrid Concert

The Linden Tree Coffeehouse will continue its 37th season of acoustic music with its new hybrid format featuring two of our Notable New England favorites: Janet Feld and Esther Friedman. Due to Covid restrictions, a limited number of folks will be part of the live audience at our Covid location. Live Streaming will continue on Linden Tree’s Facebook and Youtube channels, from

Janet Feld

Janet Feld is a performing songwriter appearing at folk festivals and coffeehouses nationally and internationally since the mid-80s. She has released 5 CDs, the latest one, Messy Beauty, was released in November of 2019, just before the world exploded. Janet is also the Founder and Chief Music Officer at Janet’s Planet: Music Lessons For Humanoids, Inc., offering lessons and classes to people of all ages. Her goal is to help people experience the fact that you don’t have to be from the “special talented planet” in order to play music.

Esther Friedman is a Boston-based acoustic singer & songwriter. She started writing songs in the mid-nineties after moving to the area from Cleveland. Inspired by buskers who braved street corners and t-stops she started writing and performing. In 1998, a compilation called Respond picked up her song Moon Over The Water. The compilation, and her song, received accolades from Billboard Magazine. Encouraged, she recorded her first CD, Eve’s Lament, with producer John Sonntag of Thunder Pumpkin Records in 1999. In 2016, she completed a second record, a concept album called Cult Confessions, with Producer, Doug Kwartler, Hollow Body Studio, her original soundtrack to a true story about a cultic misadventure. Today, she provides therapy in private practice, counseling those in recovery from trauma, while performing and songwriting as much as humanly possible.

Esther Friedman

We hope that those watching will donate to the Linden Tree performers. When not able to get to live gigs, performers still need to pay rent and their other living expenses. Our usual at-the-door admission is $20 pp thanks to partial support from Wakefield’s Art Council of the Massachusetts Cultural Council and the Ivy Chord Coffeehouse in Reading. Enjoy the show and pay what you are able. There will be a link to PayPal or checks may be mailed to Linden Tree Coffeehouse, 8 Dexter Lane, Wakefield, MA 01880 Thank you. To view any of our shows go to, then chose Youtube or Facebook.

Note our previous streaming shows are still available for viewing on youtube and our Facebook page. For more information about the Linden Tree Coffeehouse check our Facebook and webpages: or call 781-246-2836.

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