The Flowing Waters of Lake Jefferson

Saturday July 2 , 2005
 

Folk Plus airs Saturdays from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm on WJFF,
at 90.5 fm in Jeffersonville, N.Y. and 94.5 in Monticello N.Y.
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Folk Plus joins the mood of celebration this July 4th wk by giving listeners a front row seat to a concert celebration honoring Pete Seeger with a celebraity folk line up. Tune in for Holly Near, Bernice Johnson Reagon,Ronnie Gilbert, Odetta, Bruce cockburn, Natalie Merchant, Janis Ian...and many others including Pete himself, all hosted by Philadelphia areas long time folk radio legend Gene Shay. This is a celebration weekend, and Folk Plus celebrates with Pete Seeger.

Sing Out!: A Concert Celebration of Pete
http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=4726633

Sing Out! held a 55th Anniversary concert in May of 2005, celebrating
the life and work of one of our founders, and longest time supporters: Pete
Seeger. The concert was recorded by David Dye, and released as a two-
hour radio special ("Sing Out!: A Concert Celebration of Pete Seeger")

The sold-to-the-rafters event featured performances by Pete, as well
as (in order) Holly Near, Bernice Johnson Reagon, Stephan Smith,
Tracy Schwarz  & Ginny Hawker, Janis Ian, Odetta, Judy Collins, Bruce Cockburn,
Natalie Merchant, Ronnie Gilbert, Pete (again) and then a "grand
finale" followed by spontaneous serenading by the audience ... all
hosted by the inimitable Gene Shay.
 

    Thanks especially to concert organizers Scott Atkinson and David
    Baskin, as well as a host of others who helped along the way (including Jim
    Mussleman of Appleseeds Recordings, and MANY of the great DJs on this list).
 
 
 



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