Livingston Taylor is the headliner. The Festival runs from 11am to 10pm.
A dive bar near the Baltimore waterfront...what could possibly go wrong?
Wanda Adams Fischer has been hosting A Hudson River Sampler since 1982. Tune in or stream live to a pre-recorded interview where she talks with Greg Cornell about where songs come from, work, love, politics and the Hudson Valley.
Hosted by our old pal from Pelham, Frank Migliorelli.
Sharing the bill with our pals The Brother Brothers at this beautiful gem of late 19th Century architecture, built when nearly every small town in upstate NY had its own opera house.
Sharing the bill with singer/songwriter Chlo and the great duo Pluck & Rail.
Broken Wings, Come On Home and I Had A Pony, shot in NYC by Beehive Productions.
Greg Cornell and Adam Moss on fiddle will be playing several showcases at this year's event, which attracts over 2,500 musicians and industry professionals from all over the world.
Greg will be talking with Bobbi Cahill, host of WXCI's 'Tea With B', about the Cornell Brothers' new album Come On Home.
We will be appearing with two other acts as part of Four Hour Day's First Friday Series.
We will be playing an opening set before the Zolla Boys take the stage at 8:00pm. Free!