Wednesday, August 3, 2011


the folk/rock duo of Rex Fowler and Neal Shulman

WHEN: Friday, August 12, 8:00 PM
Morristown Unitarian Fellowship, 21 Normandy Heights Road, Morristown
TICKETS: $20.00 in advance; $25.00 at the door. Tickets may be purchased at the door, in advance at The Minstrel, held each Friday night at the Fellowship, or online at For further information, call 908.591.6491 or go to

The concert is presented by The Folk Project, a non-profit organization promoting acoustic music in northern New Jersey.

Rex Fowler and Neal Shulman have spent a lifetime making music together as the folk/rock duo Aztec Two-Step. This year they celebrate their 40th Anniversary. They burst upon the scene in 1972 with their career-defining album on Electra Records. The album included what was to become the duo's signature song, “The Persecution and Restoration of Dean Moriarity (On the Road),” based on Jack Kerouac's iconic novel.

They are known for their intellectual lyricism and ethereal harmonies, and have often been compared to their legendary predecessors, Simon and Garfunkel. Rex and Neal often include interpretations of Simon and Garfunkel classics in their concerts, as well as selections from their own original albums and DVD. Variety called Aztec Two-Step “....the right sound at the right time....beautiful acoustic guitar playing and questioning, challenging lyrics....songs performed with forceful vocals and near perfect instrumental harmonies.”

Aztec Two-Step continues to impress audiences with intelligent songwriting, dazzling acoustic lead guitar and inspiring harmonies. They are one of acoustic music's most popular and enduring acts.

Aztec Two-Step's website:

The Folk Project is a non-profit 501(c) Corporation whose mission is to present high caliber folk music performances and instructional workshops for the public and members; to encourage development of musicianship and performance skills in the northern New Jersey area; and to provide interesting social and learning activities relating to traditional and participatory folk music and dance.