Free concert: Listen to songs that tell New York State history

To the Editor:
Lost Radio Rounders is one of New York’s premiere acoustic Americana groups. Originally performing as a duo of Tom Lindsay and Michael Eck, they were joined by musician Paul Jossman in 2021. As a group, they have earned praise for their work in keeping the legacy of American folk music alive.

Lost Radio Rounders has an extensive repertoire, offering programs covering many aspects of America’s rich musical history. As their website states, the program they will perform for us, “Songs of Our Empire State,” is a tuneful reminder that, “New York is so much more than just a ‘Big Apple.’ Join us for a musical tour through New York State history.”

Lost Radio Rounders has appeared in many concert and festival venues, including Troy Savings Bank Music Hall, Caffe Lena, Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Old Songs Inc., WAMC’s Performing Arts Studio, the Dance Flurry, and for many libraries, museums, and historical societies as well.

For an entertaining and richly informative afternoon, please join us at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 4, at the Wyman Osterhout Community Center in New Salem on 7 The Old New Salem Road. Admission is always free.

On the same day and at the same location, please take the opportunity to take in the exhibits at the New Scotland Historical Association Museum, featuring the commemoration of the anniversary of the end of World War II. The museum will be open for a half-hour before the program.

Judy Kimes


New Scotland

Historical Association

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