Woodsongs Coffeehouse at Sullivan County Museum
January 2, 2013 —
HURLEYVILLE, NY — Singer/songwriter Rick Nestler, Van Manakas and the acoustic duo of Steve Schwartz and Antoine Magliano will play at the Woodsongs Coffeehouse at the Sullivan County Museum on Saturday, January 5 from 6 to 9 p.m.
Nestler’s reper-toire includes folk material, traditional songs, protest songs, love songs and country ballads. His “The River that Flows Both Ways” was recorded by Pete Seeger on his album “Pete Seeger’s Family Concert.” Visit Nestler’s website at www.ricknestler.com.
Guitar virtuoso/multi-instrumentalist Van Manakas is known as a top Nashville musician, who plays bluegrass, country, swing, jazz and pop music. His instruments include guitar, fiddle, dobro and mandolin. He recently released the CD “Leavin’ Tennessee,” featuring Butch Baldassari, Byron House, Stuart Duncan and Bobby Hicks. His website is www.vanmanakas.com.
Guitarist Steve Schwartz of Steve’s Music in Rock Hill will perform an acoustic set with Antoine Magliano on vocals, guitar and dobro. Magliano is the host of the WJFF’s “Strings Attached,” which airs on Thursdays from 12 noon to 1 p.m.
The Sullivan County Americana band Little Sparrow will host the evening.
Suggested donation is $5. Visit www.sullivancountyhistory.org or call 845/434-8044 or 845/671-9548.