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Live music galore
June 16, 2011 - Bill Ackerbauer
This weekend is shaping up to be a great one for lovers of art and music in our region. Downtown Gloversville will be hopping on Saturday as it hosts the annual SVAN/BID art fair, and the Glove Performing Arts Center will host a recital by the advanced students of Vocal Image Music Studios on Saturday night.
For more information about these events and many more, see the “What’s to Do” page in today’s print edition of The Leader-Herald.
If you can’t wait till the weekend for some live music, check out one of the following two acts, both performing tonight. These YouTube videos might help you decide whether they are your cup of tea:
Four Shillings Short is a dynamic duo that plays folk music from around the world, and they bring with them an arsenal of exotic instruments. They’ll be at Loopie’s Pub in Tribes Hill starting at 6 p.m.
The Lindsey Family, a bluegrass-and-gospel ensemble from Central New York, will perform in a free concert at 7 o’clock tonight at the Christian Church of Rural Grove in Montgomery County. It looks as if this family has enough members for two or three bands, perhaps an orchestra ...
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