Singer-songwriter Keith Greeninger plays Unity at the Lake |

Singer-songwriter Keith Greeninger plays Unity at the Lake

Keith Greeninger performs at Unity at the Lake on Saturday, May 13.
Courtesy / Keith Greeninger Music via Facebook |

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What: Keith Greeninger

When: Saturday, May 13, 7:30 p.m.

Where: Unity at the Lake

Tickets: $15 advance, $20 at the door


Northern California-grown singer-songwriter Keith Greeninger is set to play South Shore’s Unity at the Lake on Saturday, May 13.

“Keith paints intricate portraits of the human condition with powerful melodic images, deep engaging guitar rhythms and husky, heart-wrenching vocals,” states the artist’s online biography.

“His masterfully crafted tunes and powerful presence have earned him the top songwriting awards at the prestigious Telluride Blue Grass Festival, The Kerrville Folk Festival and The Napa Valley Folk Festival.”

Throughout his career, Greeninger has appeared on radio shows, performed alongside well-known country artists and played countless festivals. He has also released six albums, the latest of which premiered in 2014.

“On his most recent CD, ‘Soul Connection,’ Keith worked with some incredible musicians and musical heroes such as legendary keyboardist Bill Payne, well known for his groundbreaking work with Little Feat, Jackson Browne, Bob Seger, Emmylou Harris and James Taylor to name just a few,” continues the bio.

“The CD captures a spontaneity and musicality shared by all involved throughout the sessions. Building upon some of Keith’s strongest writing to date, this record runs deep in lyrical narrative and an old school approach of inspired musical exploration.”

The singer-songwriter performs at Unity at the Lake at 7:30 p.m., and tickets are available in advance for $15 or at the door for $20. Online purchases are conducted via Brown Paper Tickets.

The venue is located at 1195 Rufus Allen Blvd.

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— Lake Tahoe Action

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