Date(s) - 01/22/2020
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Clifton Springs library
TUNES BY THE TRACKS is inbound for a Wednesday, Jan 22 arrival at Clifton Springs library, with some brannie new guests on board, for their inaugural concert.
Your habitually hospitable hosts, Jim Clare, Cathy McGrath, and Allen Hopkins, are excited and just a little bit curious to welcome some talented and engaging new artists as our Feature:
~ COPPER HILL ~
Copper Hill, http://https://www.facebook.com/pg/CopperHillFolk/about/?ref=page_internal
An alternative folk band consisting of Willa Finck and Katie Knudsvig on violin and vocals, Ethan Cypress on banjo and trombone, and Caroline Samuels on bass and vocals, they are a group of young Eastman trained musicians came into being in 2017, and they’re creating quite a buzz in their home base of Rochester.
Not our familiar con-fusion bands, Copper Hill has been dubbed a folk-fusion band, performing songs and tunes across a wide range of folk genres, from Irish to Blues to Old-Time.
COPPER HILL blends a banquet of thoughtful arrangements of traditional tunes with a sweet style of song-writing, that can sometimes be decidedly tongue in cheek.
It’s gonna be fun and intimate evening and we hope a prodigious passel of you Trackers show up to enjoy the show, and make COPPER HILL very welcome.
~ THE MYSTERY PICKERS ~
And…adding to the tumult and the shouting…our always exciting stalwarts, will step into the limelite, to perform a favorite song from their repertoires, and melt our cold January hearts.
Wanna give it a try?? Just ask Cathy, Allen, or Jim (moi), and a yer career will be in show bizness will be launched…
+ TUNES BY THE TRACKS, Featuring COPPER HILL
+ Clifton Springs library
+ 4 Railroad Ave, Clifton Springs NY 14432
+ WED, JAN 22
+ 7pm – 9pm (doors open at 6:30pm)
+ FREE ($5.00 donation suggested for Feature and refreshments)