Greg Klyma “Another Man’s Treasure” Debuts #20 on Folk DJ Charts

Greg Klyma, an old school troubadour with contemporary savvy,” and his new album Another Man’s Treasure, debutes at #20 on the Folk DJ Radio Charts for November 2013 as compiled by Richard Gillmann of FOLKDJ-L radio playlists and based on 11735 airplays from 129 different DJs Another-Man's-Treasure_318

Top Album
#20: “Another Man’s Treasure,” Greg Klyma with DJ favored cuts from the album ~”Time Does Fly” ~ “You Are My Sunshine” ~”Wolf
Top SongTime Does Fly” comes in at #23 and of the Top Artists of November Klyma comes in at #26

Greg Klyma

Greg Klyma

Greg Klyma is a prolific songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and seasoned performer, bringing to every stage a catalog of material that assumes his audiences are both smart and able to laugh. His birth date puts him squarely in the middle of Generation X, but Greg is an old-school troubadour. His enduring themes, articulate and amusing stories, and populist ideals make him one of those rare young artists who is carrying the torch of Woody and Ramblin’ Jack. He rolls in off the road, pulls out a guitar, and proceeds to take us back to the basics: family, love, gratitude, and laughter. It’s the timeless art of the true troubadour, keeping alive the American folk tradition.

15 years into a career that has yielded seven albums, dozens of national tours, and the acclaim of folk’s most prestigious reviewers, Greg’s eager fans paid for his new album. Completing the online fundraising well ahead of schedule, Klyma delivers an emotionally charged blend of fan favorites from recent tours, and plenty of never-before-heard material on his eighth album, Another Man’s Treasure.

Long known as a passionate and largely positive populist, Klyma’s new album showcases an impressively matured songwriting talent. Travelling the perilous landscape of love, Another Man’s Treasure admits sadness, anger, regret and profound tenderness. Going beyond the Woody Guthrie/Mark Twain sass of recent years, Klyma shows himself navigating intimacy as a thoroughly modern man. But this blue-collar boy knows when to swallow the heartbreak, and so the album rallies with an equal measure of punky sing-alongs and bootstrap lifters.
Solo tracks feature Klyma’s adroit guitar and banjo picking, while the band numbers rollick with great energy and a chorus of harmonies, thus welcoming the listener to Klyma’s universe: long drives alone full of solitary contemplation, landing somewhere in America to shake the rafters and remind everyone of the love and dedication that keeps us going.

The stories blend seamlessly into songs, evoking a flavor of Mark Twain, Woody Guthrie, and David Sedaris.
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Catch a show! Greg’s tour consists of dates all over the US, including his official CD Release Show January 25, 2014 at Sally OBrien’s in Sommerville, MA. For full and up to date show information please visit Greg’s website HERE

Greg Klyma

Greg Klyma

DEC 07 New Haven, CT
New Haven Folk Consortium Doors:$20
This is a private party. Contact Barbara at to request an invitation.
DEC 08 Livingston, NJ
House Concert Start: 3:00pm $15 – $20
RSVP to Amy at or call (973) 992-7491.
DEC 08 Montclair, NJ
Radio Nowhere with host Joltin’ Joe Pszonek 7-10pm
DEC 09 Somerville, MA
P.A.’s Lounge Doors:8:00pm FREE 21+ Americana Mondays.
DEC 10 Rockville, MD
Focus Music Doors:8:00pm $15 / $18 All Ages
DEC 12 Landsdowne, PA
Concerts at the Beach House Doors:7:30pm ALL AGES Suggested Donation $15
Contact Bob at or (610) 626-0012 for information and to RSVP.
DEC 13 Newtown Square, PA
Burlap and Bean Doors:8:00pm ALL AGES Supporting Michael Braunfeld.
DEC 14 Bay Shore, NY
The Eclectic Cafe Doors:8:00pm $10 ALL AGES
DEC 16, DEC 23, DEC 30 Somerville, MA
P.A.’s Lounge Doors:8:00pm FREE 21+ Americana Mondays.
JAN 09 Norman, OK
Norman Music Institute:Start: 7:30pm $10 ALLAGES
JAN 11 Albuquerque, NM
Sandia Heights Coffeehouse Doors:7:30pm $5 – $15 ALL AGES SHHA members and children under 5 are free.
JAN 25 Somerville, MA
Sally O’Briens Doors:

Start: 9:00pm
9:30pm $5 21+ Official CD Release show with full band, and with the Ryan Taylor Band supporting.

Greg Klyma is also honored to have been nominated for RedLine Roots Big Red Recognitions amongst lots of great artists and friends. RedLine Roots is an awesome local online mag that is supportive of the local musicians. Worth checking out anytime, but if you have a moment, stop by and vote here!

“1-40, Roland Oklahoma”
Video courtesy Kathy Sands-Boehmer

“You Are My Sunshine”

Visit Greg Klyma WEBSITE HERE
Connect with Greg on FB HERE

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