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We have heard good things about Marty Nightengale so we made sure to catch him last week at Pappy’s Corner Pub and we’re glad we made the effort. Marty hails from New York and prides himself in having played 150 shows a year for the past 10 years. The good news is, he is now a resident of Northern Colorado and can be seen and heard all over town.
Marty’s song choices were driven by blues, pop, rock and some contemporary sounds. He did unique acoustic covers like “What’s up” by Four Non-blonds, “Crash” by Dave Mathews Band and an impressive version of “Devil Went Down to Georgia” by Charlie Daniels! The nice thing about his set-list is it comes from the crowd directly, courtesy of a song book he passes around.
Pappy’s Corner Pub was packed and kept filling up with people from all age groups as the night went on. All seemed to enjoy Marty’s performance and even chatted with him while he took breaks. The nice thing about his performance was his interactions with the crowd and how he made everyone feel like they were buddies hanging out. All in all he is a charming and amazingly talented performer, and people appreciate him for the sake of being himself.
You can find out more about Marty Nightengale and his upcoming shows at: http://martynightengale.com.