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SUNDAY SALON: PEOPLE’S MUSIC NETWORK FUNDRAISER **FREE** show on the Salon Stage

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SUNDAY SALON: PEOPLE’S MUSIC NETWORK FUNDRAISER **FREE** show on the Salon Stage
Sunday, October 21, 2018 5:00 PM
The Towne Crier Cafe, Beacon, NY
 
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Enjoy live music and rotating art exhibits in a cozy setting! Join us for a fundraiser to benefit the People's Music Network (peoplesmusic.org).

Hudson Valley Sally is rooted in the tradition of activist folk music - an unending chain that goes back centuries and spans the globe. The group is dedicated to keeping alive some of the oldest songs, and introducing some of the newest. In fact, each set typically includes some songs more than a century old and some less than a year old. While harmonic patterns and rhyme styles have evolved over the decades, Hudson Valley Sally is not afraid to experiment with tradition. The band's goal is to make the oldest songs sound fresh, and to make the newest feel like you've always known them.

Dilson Hernandez is a genre-merging artist from the Bronx. His talents include creative writing, playing various instruments, spoken word poetry, singing, audio engineering and beat making. Dilson wishes to change the world with his art, aiming to strive for a more progressive and creative future.

Joshua Garcia is a folksinger-songwriter whose powerful lyrics and deeply moving vocals evoke comparisons to Woody Guthrie, Bob Dylan and Johnny Cash - his boyhood idols. In a short period of time, he has gone from a virtual unknown to one of the most sought after singers in the NYC folk world, reminding us all of the power of song.

Pat Lamanna's songs have been praised by Pete Seeger, Peter Yarrow and others. They have a strong folk influence, and cover issues such as peace, religion and the environment, and many personal topics as well. One of her songs, "Peace Pilgrim," is featured in part on Pete Seeger's last album, "Pete Seeger: The Storm King."