Tom Fisch (right), will perform at FENCE’s family concert series Sept. 16. (photo submitted)

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FENCE family concert series features Tom Fisch Sept. 16

Published 3:48pm Monday, September 10, 2012

FENCE in Tryon will continue its family concert series Sept. 16 at 4 p.m. featuring artist Tom Fisch.
This is a free event and refreshments will be served.
Tom Fisch grew up in Albany, N.Y., and won his first guitar in a raffle at a school bazaar when he was ten years old and went on to entertain audiences for many years throughout the Northeast.
In 1991, Fisch moved to Nashville, Tenn. to further his songwriting career. He formed his own publishing company and his songs have been recorded by a number of artists, including the Oak Ridge Boys and Swiss country singer Erica Arnold. Fisch continues to pitch his songs to other artists but his main focus now lies in his own career as a performer. In 2004, Fisch relocated to western North Carolina and it’s acoustic music scene.  For more information about Fisch, visit
FENCE is located at 3381 Hunting Country Rd. in Tryon.
This free family concert series is made possible by the Kirby Foundation at Polk County Community Foundation.
- article submitted by Tracie Hanson

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