Celebrate state history with song

The Lost Radio Rounders will present “Songs of the Empire State,” sponsored by the Clarksville Historical Society, and open to the public, on Oct. 5, at7 p.m. at the Clarksville Community Church meeting hall, to celebrate New York History Month. 

To the Editor:

On Wednesday, Oct. 5, at 7 p.m. at the Clarksville Community Church, we are happy to welcome back New York’s premiere acoustic Americana music group, Tom Lindsay, Michael Eck, and Paul Jossman with their program “Songs of the Empire State.” 

In honor of New York History Month they will explore our great history by going whaling with “The Montaukers,” fighting gentleman Johnny Burgoyne at “The Battle of Saratoga,” and taking a trip to Buffalo on “The Erie Canal.”

The Lost Radio Rounders keep the legacy of American folk music alive with their very entertaining programs that cover many aspects of our country’s rich musical history. Their presentations are well researched, entertaining, and informative, with history about the songs, the sources, and the acoustic instruments played.

All of our programs are open to the public, we invite you to join us for an enjoyable evening. Refreshments are served following the program. The church is located at 1997 Delaware Turnpike in Clarksville. For information, call 518-768-2870.

Marilyn Miles


Historical Society

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