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Two Way Street Coffee House–Pete Morton

February 19, 2021 @ 8:00 PM - 9:00 PM CST

Two Way Street Coffee House is going live! Tune in to the virtual Friday Night Concert Series every Friday night at 8pm CST for our special livestream virtual concert!

On Friday, February 19th, Two Way Street Coffee House Friday Night Concert Series presents Pete Morton.

Pete Morton has been touring the folk scene throughout Europe, North America and beyond for almost thirty years, performing his self penned songs of social commentary that are deeply embedded with music of the British Isles, alongside original interpretations of traditional ballads. Throughout that time he has been highly regarded as one of the best on the contemporary roots music scene.

With a catalogue of studio albums recorded over the years, he continues to perform on guitar and write, yet considering himself a singer first and foremost.

Often referred to as an old style troubadour he has a compelling stage presence and approachable style, that delivers his unruly mix of humour, politics, love and social comment wrapping their way around the tradition. Songs like ‘Another Train’ and ‘When we sing together’ have become folk club standards.

You may access the livestream on or on our Facebook page or YouTube channel.

Please donate! There is no admission charge for the event, but please tip the artist. Use the button on the Two Way Street website to leave a donation for Pete Morton. Please help support musicians and keep their songs flowing during these difficult times.


February 19, 2021
8:00 PM - 9:00 PM CST
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