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~ Artists Introduce their own works ~

Folk Plus (Music) with Angie Page 03/01/2014 02:00PM to 03:00PM

[Times are not exact]

02:02PM-02:04PM (2:40) Lucy Kaplansky “A Song About Pi” composed by Lucy Kaplansky from A Song About Pi - Single on Lucy Kaplansky

Danny introduces "houses sing"

02:04PM-02:08PM (4:16) Danny Schmidt “Houses Sing” from Man of Many Moons on Red House Records

Carrie introduces "Jesse likes birds"

02:08PM-02:13PM (4:27) Carrie Elkin “Jesse Likes Birds” from Call It My Garden on Red House Records

02:13PM-02:13PM (0:35) Ellen Hamilton “Introduction of Algonquin Project CD

02:13PM-02:16PM (2:33) Unity “Ghost Dancer” from Artists for the Algonquin

02:18PM-02:19PM (1:20) Stephen Fearing “Introduction to Johnny's Lament” from Introduction to Johnny's Lament

02:19PM-02:24PM (4:57) Stephen Fearing “Johnny's Lament” composed by Stephen Fearing from Yellowjacket

Ellis introduction

02:26PM-02:31PM (4:25) ELLIS “How Would It Be” from Wherever You Are (Live Concert) on Singing Crow Music

02:32PM-02:34PM (1:54) Jack Hardy “Introduction to St. Claire” from Introduction to St. Claire

02:36PM-02:38PM (2:33) Suzanne Vega “St. Claire” composed by Jack Hardy from Songs of Jack Hardy on Smithsonian Folkways Recordings

Joel Introduces

02:38PM-02:42PM (3:44) Joel Mabus “GIVE IT UP” from No Worries Now on Fossil records

Tim Introduces

02:42PM-02:46PM (4:33) Tim Grimm “King of the Folksingers” composed by Tim Grimm from The Turning Point on Cavalier Recordings

Jack Introduces

02:46PM-02:51PM (4:23) Jack Williams “The High Road Home” from The High Road Home on Wind River Records

FOLK PLUS is MOVING to noon on saturdays starting April 2014

02:51PM-02:55PM (3:47) Johnsmith “She's making her move” from to the Four Directions on Blue Pine

02:55PM-02:58PM (3:26) Eve Goldberg “Know When to Move” composed by John Mccutcheon from Ever Brightening Day on Borealis Records

David Amram coming to The Towne Crier Sunday

02:58PM-03:00PM (1:40) David Amram “Song for the Everglades” from Southern Stories on Chrome 

who's playing locally:

Tonight Lucy Kaplansky

Hastings on Hudson at Purple Crayon

Tomorrow: David Amram
Towne Crier in Beacon

Open mic's in the area:

Singer Songwriter Tuesdays happens at the Rosendale Cafe in Rosendale NY
Antoine runs a thursday night open mike at the Dancing Cat in Bethel, NY near the woodstock site
Kevin McDanial runs an open mike at Frankie and Johnnies, 845 434 8051 in Hurleyville, NY 7 - 10 pm
Cafe Devine in Callicoon, NY runs an open mike every 4th friday
Tuesdays in Mongaup Valley at River's Edge there is an open mike

support local music at these area clubs:
online reading, reviews and discussions

send local artist appearances to FOLKPLUS at g mail dot com

CD Submissions: 45 Dwyer Ave, Liberty N.Y. 12754 
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