WGXC’s Hudson Gallery event

(Photo by David Lee/Hudson-Catskill Newspapers)
From The Register-Star:

Propreitor of Kling Magnetics and Solaqua [and Sun Dog Solar] in Chatham and also masterful banjo player Jody Rael entertains the audience assembled at the Nicole Fiacco Gallery on Warren St. Saturday evening with some of the better known protest songs, as part of an all-star program that included writers, poets and visual artists as well as musicians. Organized by Paul Smart and Max Goldfarb, the event was for the benefit of the nascent WGXC FM — free103point9 — community radio. [Google images of Hudson were projected on the wall.]

Click on WGXC or WGXC Newsroom for more information. Send news, tips, etc. to news@wgxc.org.


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