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Hudson Valley Sally

by Hudson Valley Sally

Activist music old and new, from the abolitionist movement to twenty-first century struggles for peace, freedom, and justice.
Genre: Folk: Political Folk
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1. Hard Times Come Again No More
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2. Get Off the Track
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3. Billy in Air: Billionaire
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4. Hudson Valley New York Upstate Waltz
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5. I Choose
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6. I've Got a Dream
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Album Notes
"Hudson Valley Sally sings with a freshness and innocence that reminds us why we fell in love with folk music in the first place." -- Si Kahn

"They light up the stage with a joyous energy. They breathe new life into old songs and make them sound brand new. Their roots are deep and their eyes are on the prize. They remind me of what a song can do and make me want to keep singing through good times & bad." -- Charlie King

Hudson Valley Sally is Terry Colliton, John Fisher, Jenny Murphy, Laurie Siegel, and David Tarlo. The group is rooted in the tradition of activist folk music - an unending chain that goes back centuries and spans the globe. They are dedicated to keeping alive some of the oldest songs, and introducing some of the newest. In fact, each set typically includes some songs more than a century old and some less than a year old.

In addition to concerts, the group specializes in educational workshops and singalongs for schools and community groups, bringing alive the history of social change through the role played by music.


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