Real Good for Free: The Folklife Concerts @ the Crandall Library

Cinder Conk

Cinder Conk

Once again the Folklife Center at the Crandall Library in Glens Falls is hosting a free autumn concert series. The concerts take place at 7pm on Thursdays during the next month at the library’s Community Room.

Here’s what’s on tap for fall 2011:

Thursday, October 27
Cinder Conk: Matthew Schreiber’s frenzied accordion riffs lock in with Xar Adelberg’s warm double bass counterpoint for some energetic, winsome and haunting traditional Balkan and original music drawn from the Black Sea.

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Thursday, November 3
The Hill Hollow Band: The upbeat band offers an eclectic repertoire drawn from blues, country, Cajun, pop & reggae as performed on guitars, banjo, accordion, pedal steel, mandolin and bass

Thursday, November 10
Dorothy Jane Siver: As heard on her new release, “My Journey Begins,” this young, talented fiddler-vocalist and her band serves up sparkling bluegrass and folk music.

Thursday, November 17
Putnam Smith: The Maine troubadour plays goodtime banjo numbers, intimate guitar ballads and light-hearted mandolin music.


Monday Night Live at the Bearsville Theater @ the Bearsville Theater, Woodstock (8pm on Mondays)
Music @ Noon @ the Troy Savings Bank Music Hall, Troy (12noon on Tuesdays)
Frequency North Reading Series @ the College of Saint Rose, Albany (various days)

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