Pablo Ferrer is a guitarist, singer, and songwriter.  He covers accoustic folk and rock from the 60s-90s.  His original music is influenced by Cat Stevens, The Beatles, Don McLean, and Juan Manuel Serrat.  He has recorded many of his songs in Costa Rica and at his home studios in Maryland and Washington, DC, including "The Irrational Man", "Every Afternoon in Winter" and "Morning Glory". 

In 1975, he cofounded the rock/variety group Highway Star which performs in the Washington DC area.  The group has been hired by VIPs such as Pat Sajak (Wheel of Fortune), Darrell Green (Washington football team), and US Congressman Hon. Steny Hoyer. 

Pablo has played solo at many venues such as (the former) Tag's Restaurant in Laurel, Maryland from 1978-1991, and at private parties and receptions.  He accompanies folk/contemporary church choirs, St. Camillus Catholic Church (Silver Spring, Maryland, 1975-80) and St. Joseph's Catholic Church (Beltsville, Maryland 2000-present). 

He  teamed up with Maryland musicians to form folk rock group Ventura Highway.

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