Old Songs Announces Fall Concert Schedule

August 24th, 2015, 12:00 pm by Greg

Old Songs has announced the fall schedule of concerts slated for the Old Songs Community Arts Center in Voorheesville.

Priced at $20 unless otherwise noted, tickets are now on sale.

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Here’s the newly announced line-up of concerts for Old Songs’ fall season:

Saturday, September 12, 8pm
YANN FALQUET & PASCAL GEMME
Quebecois music and tunes with vocals, fiddle & guitar

Friday, September 25, 8pm
SARAH McQUAID
An original fusion of jazz & folk with sparkling guitar and a compelling alto voice

Friday, October 2, 8pm
AN EVENING OF BRITISH MUSIC HALL
Featuring Amanda Boyd-Grout, Sheri Bauer-Mayorga, Lincoln Mayorga, Ted Pugh, John Roberts and Judy Staber

Friday, October 9, 8pm
PATRICK BALL
One of the premier Celtic harp players and a captivating spoken word artist

Saturday, October 24, 8pm
SPARKY & RHONDA RUCKER
Singing songs and telling stories from the American folk tradition

Friday, November 13, 8pm
HERDMAN, HILLS & MANGSEN
Tickets: $23
Reunited again in this special performance of sweet singing and unparalleled harmonies

Friday, November 20, 8pm
“DOWN WITH THE RENT: THE ANTI-RENT REBELLION OF NEW YORK STATE”
A performance of authentic songs & stories written and sung by Anti-Rent protestors in the 1840s (Also see below)

Friday, December 18, 8pm
“BE THE LIGHT: SONGS FOR THE CHRISTMAS SEASON”
Holiday music from the Jamcrackers featuring Peggy Lynn, Dan Berggren and Dan Duggan

In addition to the concerts at Old Songs Community Arts Center in Voorheesville, Old Songs is also taking its production of “Down with the Rent: The Anti-Rent Rebellion of New York State” on the road to a handful of venues around Nippertown. Here’s the schedule of performances:

Friday, September 25, 7pm
Westerlo Town Hall, Westerlo
Tickets: $15

Thursday, October 1, 7pm
Clark Auditorium at the New York State Museum, Albany
Tickets: $10

Saturday, November 21, 7:30pm
Sand Lake Center for the Arts, Averill Park
Tickets: $25