Real Good for Free: Folklife Concerts @ Crandall Library

Up in Glens Falls, the Folklife Center at the Crandall Public Library is hosting a series of free weekly Thursday night concerts throughout the month of April.

The series kicks off on Thursday with Split Tongue Crow, the Rutland Americana quintet that matches front-porch picking with backwoods harmonies. Boston-based singer-songwriter and new music composer Kevin Warren and friends step into the spotlight on April 14 in support of his album, “Unfamiliar Road.”

Boston roots-music trio Pesky J. Nixon make a stop at the Crandall on April 21 in support of their sophomore album, “Monkey Business & Mislaid Hopes.” And the series wraps up on April 28 with a concert by alt-folk combo the Andrew and Noah VanNorstrand Band, in support of their latest album, “All the Good Summers.”

The concerts take place each Thursday evening in the Crandall Library’s Community Room. Doors open at 6:30pm; performances begin at 7pm. Admission is free; no reservations required.

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