Writers Circle to host Tom Staudle
GLOVERSVILLE — The Writers Circle will host Adirondack songwriter Tom Staudle at its author luncheon on Friday, Feb. 21 at the Gloversville Senior Center, 53 Church St., according to a news release.
Staudle will discuss his work from 11 a.m. until noon when a light luncheon will be served. The event is open to the public. The price is $5, payable at door. Reserve by Tuesday, with Wally Truesdell at (518) 725-3886, or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Staudle, an award-winning songwriter and singer living near the Adirondacks, has performed in the region for 10 years and tours both the northeast and nationally. He plays original and favorite songs with a variety of instruments such as guitar, banjo, and harmonica, and in many settings such as festivals, concert series, house concerts, and events. Staudle writes acoustic, Americana, and blues style songs, and his recent recorded album is winner for Best Folk Lyrics for the Capital Region Original Music Awards in 2018. He also received the “Music Outreach Award,” for 2019 from Dorn Space Arts Center, Gloversville. He performs special music programs such as Historic songs of the Erie Canal, poetry songs and history songs, Songwriters in the Round, and Adirondack Lumber Camp Songs at libraries, historic centers, museums, and festivals. He can be reached at www.cosbygibsonandtomstaudle.com.