Hurleyville, NY – Three sets of local duos will perform Saturday, March 11, at 2 p.m., as the Frederick Cook Society presents an afternoon of live Americana, folk and bluegrass music.
Performers will include Hudson Valley favorites Anne and Mike Baglione. Mike Baglione is a founding member of the bluegrass bands Tin Roof, Oxford Depot and the Jersey Mountain Boys. He has performed at coffee houses and on festival stages throughout the Northeast, and has also been heard live on radio stations WFDU, WJFF, WTBQ and WNYC. Anne Baglione plays guitar, bass, concertina, and accordion. She performs throughout the Hudson Valley as part of the old-time band Breakneck Annie, and has performed on the famous Clearwater Sloop, as part of the Clearwater Music Festival.
Also performing will be Steve and Clancy Lane. Steve Lane is a singer/songwriter who also plays guitar and banjo. Clancy Lane plays bass guitar and sings harmony.
Carol and Aldo Troiani of the band Little Sparrow will host the event. Join them for a fun afternoon of Irish soda bread, coffee, tea and live old-time music. And while you are at the Museum, be sure to check out the photography exhibition by Dr. Frederick Cook.
Admission is free - donations support the musicians. The Sullivan County Museum is located at 265 Main Street, Hurleyville. For information, please call 845-434-8044, or visit www.facebook.com/littlesparrowny.