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Saturday July 28, 2007: Live Music in the area this summer

Below are venues from our listening areas, mentioned in the following playlist.

Towne Crier - Pawling, New York      www.townecrier.com
Turning Point - Piermont, New York - 359-1089 www.piermont-ny.com/turning/events.htm
Bodles Opera House - Chester, New York www.bodles.com/ 845-469-4595
The Rosendale Cafe -  435 Main Street in Rosendale  www.rosendalecafe.com- 658-9048
Minstrel Coffee House - Morristown NJ 973 335-9489 www.research.att.com/psa/folkproject/fp_minstrel.html
Night Eagle Cafe - Binghamton New York 200 State St. Binghamton, NY 607607) 217-7334   http://www.nighteaglecafe.org/
Holy name of Jesus school on west side of Amsterdam between 96th & 97th street
Falcon Ridge Folk Festival, Hillsdale, NY    http://www.falconridgefolk.com
Mansion House Concerts - Middletown, N Y www.friendsofmusic.net/   342-0878

THANKS SO MUCH to the station management fo accommodating  my health issues which allow me to continue to volunteer Saturday mornings and bring you the music that 'moves and sustains me. '

NIGHT EAGLE TONigHT

Sat., July 28th., 8:00pm., $40.00,   Iris Dement
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One of the most celebrated country-folk performers of her day, singer/songwriter Iris Dement was born on January 5, 1961, in rural Paragould, AR, the youngest of 14 children. At the age of three, her devoutly religious family moved to California, where she grew up singing gospel music; during her teenaged years, however, she was first exposed to country, folk, and R&B, drawing influence from Loretta Lynn, Johnny Cash, Bob Dylan, and Joni Mitchell.

Upon graduating high school, she relocated to Kansas City to attend college. After a series of jobs waitressing and typing, Dement first began composing songs at the age of 25. Honing her skills at open-mic nights, in 1988 she moved to Nashville, where she contacted producer Jim Rooney, who helped her land a record contract. Dement did not make her recording debut until 1992, when her independent label offering, Infamous Angel, won almost universal acclaim thanks to her pure, evocative vocal style and spare, heartfelt songcraft. Despite a complete lack of support from country radio, the record's word-of-mouth praise earned her a deal with Warner Bros., which reissued Infamous Angel in 1993 as well as its follow-up, 1994's stunning My Life. Her third LP, 1996's eclectic The Way I Should, marked a dramatic change not only in its more rock-influenced sound but also in its subject matter; where Dement's prior work was introspective and deeply personal, The Way I Should was fiercely political, tackling topics like sexual abuse, religion, government policy, and Vietnam. In 1999, she collaborated with country man John Prine on his album, In Spite of Ourselves. Dement recorded four duets with Prine that earned her a Grammy nod the following year.

1. Iris Dement - No Time To Cry 649
My Life - Warner Brothers

2. Blame Sally - If You Tell A Lie
Severland - blamesally.com

Rosendale Cafe: Blame Sally
BLAME SALLY is: Pam Delgado, Renee Harcourt, Jeri Jones and Monica Pasqual. These four instrumentalist/singers.  The San Francisco Chronicle called Blame Sally's self-produced/self released second album "intelligently emotional, intricately harmonized folk-pop" with "imaginatively arranged, expansive narrative songs."

Neil Young's Living With War website www.neilyoung.com features the following song's music video "If You Tell a Lie" in the top ten and rising among videos by Pink, Pearl Jam, Kris Kristofferson, Steve Earle and many more.

3. John Roberts - Bonny Ship the Diamond 300

4. John Roberts - Candlelight Fisherman 241
Sea Fever - goldenhindmusic.com

Sparrowbush: John Roberts

This is a final reminder regarding the John Roberts House Concert on Sunday, July 29 at 1:30 PM. Location 594 Rte 97, Sparrowbush, NY. The concert is free and open to the public. Bring as many friends as you like.  If you have not already responded, please let me know if you are coming.If you need directions or other information, you can also respond telephonically by calling 845-858-7890.

JOHN ROBERTS has played for decades with partner TONY BARRAND at major festivals, colleges, clubs and coffeehouses throughout the United States, Canada, and their native Britain. They sing the ballads and songs of the sea, of rural pursuits, of social and sociable situations, of industrial toil and strife, and much more, typically arranging their material thematically to better illustrate the lives and the social history of the people who made and sang the songs. Their songs are punctuated with tales, monologues, dances and tunes, giving a more complete appreciation of the wealth, diversity, and vitality of the English folk tradition.

John and Tony met at Cornell University in 1968, as fellow graduate students in psychology.  Johns latest release is Sea Fever: Songs of Ships and the sea
John is a leading exponent of both Anglo and English concertina, as well as being a fine banjo and guitar player; John is a dancer, a freelance music engraver and desktop publisher.
John Roberts lives now in Schenectady, NY 12308 (518) 370-4166  http://www.ziplink.net/~lwalker/r-b_bio.html

If you are in NYC: Amsterdam Ave Holy Name of Jesus school, another free folk music event: :Woody Guthrie rehearsal  - this group has done a number of productions of "Woody Guthrie's American Song" -- David Lutken is director and was just in "Inherit The Wind" on Broadway. On the West side of Amsterdam Ave., tween 96th-97th. Phone: 212-749-0276 

4. Woody Guthrie -  Black Jack Davy
Woody Guthrie - Wooried Man Blues - Special Music co.


Falcon Ridge Folk Festival:

5. Arlo Guthrie - Darkest Hour 416
In Times Like These - Rising Son Records

6. Dar Wiliams - Christians and the Pagans 303
Honesty Room- Razor and Tie

7. Lucy Kaplansky - Manhatton Moon 353
Over the Hills - Red House

8. Richard Shindell - Next Best Western 435
Reunion Hill - Shanachie

9. The Nields - This Town is Wrong 410
This Town is wrong - Zoe Records

10. Teri Hendrix - The Ring 358
The Ring - Wilory Records  terrihendrix.com

11. Mary Gauthier - Sugar Cane 441
Filth & Fire - Signaturesounds.com

12. Eddie From Ohio - Stupid American 331
Looking Out the Fishbowl - efo@efohio.com   www.efoohio.com

13. Red Molly (Abbie Garnder, laurie MacAllister, Carolann Solebello) - (Hank Williams)Long Gone Lonesome Blues
Never Been to Vegas - redmolly.com

14. Tracy Grammer - Gypsy Rose 502
Fowers of Avalon - SignatureSounds.com

http://www.falconridgefolk.com/directions.html    The address of the festival site is 44 County Road 7D, Hillsdale, NY 12529.   It is located just off Route 22 north of Hillsdale, New York. Hillsdale is in the Tri-State Corner of Massachusetts, New York, and Connecticut, approximately one hour's drive southeast of Albany, New York, three hours' drive north of New York City, and three hours' drive west of Boston, Massachusetts.

Rosendale Cafe: John Gorka

Aug 4,

15. John Gorka (also at Falcon Ridge) - I Know
I Know - Red House


Turning Point : David Wilcox

Aug 4 -
16. David Wilcox - Roadside Art 216
East Ashville Hardware -  http://davidwilcox.com/

(Aug 5 - Richard Shindell )

Warwick Valley Winery,- Sloan Wainwright

 Sunday August 12,   114 Little York Rd. Black Sunday Tribute to Johnny Cash 845 258 4858 15$

17.Sloan Wainwright - Too Nice for Too Long - Song Inside - Farkie Music

Towne Crier - August

Fred Eaglesmith 8/ 5   (see also Night eagle below, 8/4 Binghampton NY)
18. Freight Train 244- Ralphs last Stand - Signature Sounds

Vance Gilbert 8 /10
19. Icarus by Night 332- Somerville Live - Dissismy Records

David Mallet 8 /11 (see also Night eagle below, 8/10 Binghampton NY)
20 Angel Standin' By 327 - Artist in Me - North Road Records

21. Christine Lavin 8 /25 -http://www.yellowtailrecords.com/psychic.htm

Christine lavin tests your psychic skills playing in your home, anytime at:
http://www.yellowtailmusic.com/audio/lavin_psychic_test.mp3


Night Eagle for August  (607) 217-7334 Save $5 when you buy on Line
Sat., Aug.4th.,8:00pm., $25.00, The Fred Eaglesmith Band (see above)
Fri., Aug. 10th., 8:00 PM, $25.00   Dave Mallett (see above)

Fri., Aug. 24th., 8:00pm, $25.00,  
22. The Burns Sisters - Seskin/Shamblin Something Real 357
Out of the Blue - Philo

Bodles- August 10

23. Steve Forbert - Middle Age
Strange names and New sensations - 429 records
(I continue to hold to the fact that you don't know when middle age is for you, until you are actually dead.)

Minstrel Coffee House - Aug 24,
Morristown http://www.folkproject.org/fp_minstrel.html#NEXTEVENT

24. Jud Caswell - For Sale 408
Blackberry Time - Alderdown Music

Bodles Sept 14

25. Slaid Cleaves - Wishbones
 

Towne crier- Sept 9

26. Ellis Paul - Take Me Down
Translucent Soul - Take Me Down

Show ended here, but  I mentioned these other September events.......

Mansion House:

(Sept 23 - R Shindell ( played above )

Night Eagle Save $5 when you buy on Line - September

Fri., Sept. 14th., 8:00pm, $30.00,  Chris Smither
Fri., Sept. 21st., 8:00pm, $22.00,  Brooks Williams
Sun., Sept. 30th., 8:00pm, $30.00,  The Battlefield Band


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